No Rooms of Their Own: Women Writers of Early California
Ida Rae Egli
Heyday, 1997 - Fiction - 344 pages
Now in its second edition with a new introduction by the editor, this important collection includes writings by Dame Shirley, Josephine Clifford McCrakin, Ina Coolbrith, Ada Clare, and others.
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