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The Resource Home girls : a Black feminist anthology, edited by Barbara Smith

Home girls : a Black feminist anthology, edited by Barbara Smith

Label
Home girls : a Black feminist anthology
Title
Home girls
Title remainder
a Black feminist anthology
Statement of responsibility
edited by Barbara Smith
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
305.4/8896073
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
E185.86
LC item number
.H7 1983
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Home girls : a Black feminist anthology, edited by Barbara Smith
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies
Contents
  • Michelle T. Clinton
  • If I could write this in fire, I would write this in fire
  • Michelle Cliff
  • The blood, yes, the blood : a conversation
  • Cenen and Barbara Smith
  • Something Latino was up with us
  • Spring Redd
  • "I used to think"
  • Chirlane McCray
  • The black back-ups
  • The blood, yes, the blood.
  • Donna Kate Rushin
  • Home
  • Barbara Smith
  • For a godchild, Regina, on the occasion of her first love
  • The damned
  • Hester's song
  • Toi Derricotte
  • The sisters
  • Alexis De Veaux
  • Debra
  • Patricia Jones
  • A cultural legacy denied and discovered : black lesbians in fiction by women
  • Jewelle L. Gomez
  • What it is I think she's doing anyhow : a reading of Toni Cade Bambara's The salt eaters
  • Gloria T. Hull
  • Artists without art form.
  • "Under the days" : the buried life and poetry of Angelina Weld Grimkeʹ
  • Gloria T. Hull
  • The black lesbian in American literature : an overview
  • Ann Allen Shockley
  • Artists without art form
  • Renita Weems
  • I've been thinking of Diana Sands
  • Raymina Y. Mays
  • The wedding
  • Beverly Smith
  • Maria de las Rosas
  • Becky Birtha
  • Miss Esther's land
  • Barbara A. Banks
  • The failure to transform : homophobia in the black community
  • Cheryl Clarke
  • Where will you be?
  • Black lesbians : who will fight for our lives but us?
  • Pat Parker
  • Tar Beach
  • Audre Lorde
  • Cat
  • Julie Carter
  • Before I dress and soar again
  • Donna Allegra
  • LeRoy's birthday
  • A home girls' album.
  • Selected photographs
  • Donna Kate Rushin
  • Shoes are made for walking
  • Shirley O. Steele
  • Billy de Lye
  • Deidre McCalla
  • The Combahee River Collective statement
  • Combahee River Collective
  • Black macho and black feminism
  • Linda C. Powell
  • Black lesbian/feminist organizing : a conversation
  • A hell of a place to ferment a revolution.
  • Tania Abdulahad, Gwendolyn Rogers, Barbara Smith, Jameelah Waheed
  • Reflections on black feminist therapy
  • Eleanor Johnson
  • For strong women
  • Michelle T. Clinton
  • The black goddess
  • Donna Kate Rushin
  • Women's spirituality : a household act
  • Luisah Teish
  • Only justice can stop a curse
  • Among the things that use to be
  • Alice Walker
  • Coalition politics : turning the century
  • Bernice Johnson Reagon
  • Willie M. Coleman
  • From sea to shining sea
  • June Jordan
  • Women of summer
  • Cheryl Clarke
  • The tired poem : last letter from a typical unemployed black professional woman
Control code
10095974
Dimensions
22 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
lviii, 377 p.
Isbn
9780913175026
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
84168087
Note
Library's copy 3 (SW Writers): Gift of Sandra Cisneros, 2015 (Access. No. 2015-146). Inscribed by editor to Cisneros. Paperbound.
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Home girls : a Black feminist anthology, edited by Barbara Smith
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies
Contents
  • Michelle T. Clinton
  • If I could write this in fire, I would write this in fire
  • Michelle Cliff
  • The blood, yes, the blood : a conversation
  • Cenen and Barbara Smith
  • Something Latino was up with us
  • Spring Redd
  • "I used to think"
  • Chirlane McCray
  • The black back-ups
  • The blood, yes, the blood.
  • Donna Kate Rushin
  • Home
  • Barbara Smith
  • For a godchild, Regina, on the occasion of her first love
  • The damned
  • Hester's song
  • Toi Derricotte
  • The sisters
  • Alexis De Veaux
  • Debra
  • Patricia Jones
  • A cultural legacy denied and discovered : black lesbians in fiction by women
  • Jewelle L. Gomez
  • What it is I think she's doing anyhow : a reading of Toni Cade Bambara's The salt eaters
  • Gloria T. Hull
  • Artists without art form.
  • "Under the days" : the buried life and poetry of Angelina Weld Grimkeʹ
  • Gloria T. Hull
  • The black lesbian in American literature : an overview
  • Ann Allen Shockley
  • Artists without art form
  • Renita Weems
  • I've been thinking of Diana Sands
  • Raymina Y. Mays
  • The wedding
  • Beverly Smith
  • Maria de las Rosas
  • Becky Birtha
  • Miss Esther's land
  • Barbara A. Banks
  • The failure to transform : homophobia in the black community
  • Cheryl Clarke
  • Where will you be?
  • Black lesbians : who will fight for our lives but us?
  • Pat Parker
  • Tar Beach
  • Audre Lorde
  • Cat
  • Julie Carter
  • Before I dress and soar again
  • Donna Allegra
  • LeRoy's birthday
  • A home girls' album.
  • Selected photographs
  • Donna Kate Rushin
  • Shoes are made for walking
  • Shirley O. Steele
  • Billy de Lye
  • Deidre McCalla
  • The Combahee River Collective statement
  • Combahee River Collective
  • Black macho and black feminism
  • Linda C. Powell
  • Black lesbian/feminist organizing : a conversation
  • A hell of a place to ferment a revolution.
  • Tania Abdulahad, Gwendolyn Rogers, Barbara Smith, Jameelah Waheed
  • Reflections on black feminist therapy
  • Eleanor Johnson
  • For strong women
  • Michelle T. Clinton
  • The black goddess
  • Donna Kate Rushin
  • Women's spirituality : a household act
  • Luisah Teish
  • Only justice can stop a curse
  • Among the things that use to be
  • Alice Walker
  • Coalition politics : turning the century
  • Bernice Johnson Reagon
  • Willie M. Coleman
  • From sea to shining sea
  • June Jordan
  • Women of summer
  • Cheryl Clarke
  • The tired poem : last letter from a typical unemployed black professional woman
Control code
10095974
Dimensions
22 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
lviii, 377 p.
Isbn
9780913175026
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
84168087
Note
Library's copy 3 (SW Writers): Gift of Sandra Cisneros, 2015 (Access. No. 2015-146). Inscribed by editor to Cisneros. Paperbound.
Other physical details
ill.

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