Born in New York, Audre Lorde (1934 - 92) described herself as 'Black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet.' Her extraordinary belief in the power of language - of speaking - to articulate selfhood, confront injustice and bring about changes in the world remains as transformative today as it was back then.
This edition brings Lorde's essential poetry, speeches and essays, including 'The Master's Tools Will Never Dismantle the Mater's House,' together in one volume for the first time.
A vital non-fiction collection from one of the most celebrated and revered American writers. Throughout Mouth Full of Blood our search for truth, moral integrity...View full product details
A paperback edition of Maya Angelou's collection of lyrical and dramatic poetry, 'And Still I Rise.' Dr Maya Angelou was one of the world's most...View full product details
The classic, Pulitzer Prize-winning novel that made Alice Walker a household name. Set in the deep American South between the wars, The Color Purple is...View full product details