Anna Clark is a journalist and author in Detroit who writes for ProPublica. She edited "A Detroit Anthology," one of Belt's earliest titles and a Michigan Notable Book. She's also the author of "The Poisoned City: Flint's Water and the American Urban Tragedy."
All of them! No, but for real, I'll first shout out Aaron Foley's How to Live in Detroit Without Being a Jackass and the Detroit Neighborhood Guidebook, both of which are substantive contributions to the chronicling of the city's extraordinary stories. Likewise with Selina Mahmood's A Pandemic in Residence: Essays from a Detroit Hospital, a powerfully insightful examination of a historic time. Also, Happy Anyway: A Flint Anthology, edited by Scott Atkinson, features a tremendous swath of creative and insightful voices from Flint—plus, it has the best title of all city anthologies. I could go on and on...
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