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|Named Person:||Toni Cade Bambara; Toni Cade Bambara|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Toni Cade Bambara; Ann Borman; Tracy Turner; Minnesota Center for Book Arts,; Tournesol Press,; Loft (Organization : Minneapolis, Minn.),
|Notes:||Colophon: "Designed and printed by Ann Borman at Tournesol Press, using Garamond type and Mohawk Superfine paper, in an edition of one hundred fifty copies. Published by Minnesota Center for Bopok Arts on the occasion of the author's reading in The Loft Mentor Series, March 11, 1988. The excerpt is from the chapter, 'The state of the art,' from the novel, Till blessing comes (Random House/Vintage Books, 1988). Copyright 1985 by Toni Cade Bambara. The portrait of the author is by Tracy Turner." Bambara's novel, the working title of which was actually "If blessings come", was not published until 1999, after her death, with the title Those bones are not my child.
Printed and illustrated in black, with red rules.
Text begins: "They called it mother love. Her exact description of how her children would look when the elevator doors slid open."
|Description:||1 broadside : portrait ; 34 x 26 cm.|
|Series Title:||Loft mentor series, 1987-1988.|
|Other Titles:||They called it mother love ...|
|Responsibility:||Toni Cade Bambara.|