Girls: An Anthology
Edith Chevat, Laurie Piette, Angie Argabrite
Global City Press, 1997 - Fiction - 367 pages
This anthology is being released to celebrate bring our daughters to work day. The age of our contributors ranges from age fourteen to eighty plus. They are well known literary figures such as Maya Angelou, Mary Gordon, Grace Paley and Tillie Olsen, as well as those in print for the first time.
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