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I know what the red clay looks like : the voice and vision of Black women writers

Author: Rebecca Carroll
Publisher: New York : Crown Trade Paperbacks, ©1994.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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In I Know What the Red Clay Looks Like, Rebecca Carroll skillfully interviews fifteen black women writers. Carroll includes both major, established writers such as Gloria Naylor, Rita Dove, and Nikki Giovanni, and newer, emerging writers like Tina McElroy Ansa and Lorene Cary. With eloquence, candor, and a strong sense of sisterhood, these women tell their stories. Each interview is accompanied by an excerpt from  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Nikki Giovanni; Gloria Naylor
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rebecca Carroll
ISBN: 0517882612 9780517882610 0517596385 9780517596388
OCLC Number: 29952293
Notes: "Collection of interviews with black women writers"--Author's note.
Description: x, 246 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents: Davida Adedjouma --
Tina McElroy Ansa --
Lorene Cary --
Pearl Cleage --
J. California Cooper --
Rita Dove --
Gloria Wade-Gayles --
Nikki Giovanni --
Marita Golden --
June Jordan --
Gloria Naylor --
Barbara Neely --
Gwendolyn M. Parker --
Charlotte Watson Sherman --
Barbara Summers.
Responsibility: by Rebecca Carroll.
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In I Know What the Red Clay Looks Like, Rebecca Carroll skillfully interviews fifteen black women writers. Carroll includes both major, established writers such as Gloria Naylor, Rita Dove, and Nikki Giovanni, and newer, emerging writers like Tina McElroy Ansa and Lorene Cary. With eloquence, candor, and a strong sense of sisterhood, these women tell their stories. Each interview is accompanied by an excerpt from the author's work, introducing readers to the variety and richness of their work.

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