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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TINA McELROY ANSA
J CALIFORNIA COOPER
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