- Gangsta fiction
- Gangsta lit
- Ghetto lit
- Hip-hop fiction
- Street fiction
- Street lit
- found: Urban fiction goes from streets to public libraries in the New York times, Oct. 22, 2008 viewed online (literary genre written mainly by black authors about black characters; known as urban fiction, street lit or gangsta lit; street language, graphic sex, and violence)
- found: Wikipedia, March 10, 2009 (Urban fiction: a.k.a. Street lit and Gangsta fiction; a literary genre set in a city landscape; defined by the race and culture of its characters as much as by the urban setting; tone is usually dark, focusing on the underside; profanity, sex and violence usually explicit; often statements derogatory to White people (or at least what is perceived as the dominant White culture and power structure) are made, usually by the characters)
- found: Street fiction WWW site, March 10, 2009 (street fiction; a.k.a. urban fiction, street lit, gangsta fiction; expose the reader to drugs, violence, sex and the gritty realities of street life in urban America)
- found: Black Books Direct WWW site, March 10, 2009 (Urban fiction: also called hip-hop fiction, ghetto lit or gangster lit)
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- 2010-07-19: revised
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