I know what the red clay looks like: the voice and vision of Black American women writers
inspiring strength of today's black women writers in a telling selection of interviews and excerpted works from 16 of the best-known and most promising talents. A collection that speaks powerfully to the shared ideas and conflicts facing all women of color.
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Review: I Know What The Red Clay Looks Like: The Voice and Vision of Black American Women Writers (Qty & CN$ are paper)User Review - Michael Strode - Goodreads
For as long as I might live, I will continue to tout my jealousy of women writers. Or perhaps it is a thing that lives only so strong in this particular generation for women writers. I use "women ... Read full review
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