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The ConfessionThe Confession ~ James McGreevey (Author) (Hardcover - September 1, 2006) Other Editions: Audio CD, LARGE PRINT: Paperback ~ After resigning in a gay sex scandal, former Gov. James McGreevey writes a tell-all memoir about his meteoric rise and spectacular fall in politics.
Talking at the Gates: A Life of James BaldwinTalking at the Gates: A Life of James Baldwin ~ James Campbell (Paperback - Jan 29, 2002) Other Edition(s): Hardcover, Paperback, Unknown Binding ~ An honest and moving story, it is the biography of the boy preacher who became a Great man of letters, of the native son who fled his homeland. A literary biography, it places each work in the context of his life.
Talking Back: Thinking Feminist, Thinking BlackTalking Back: Thinking Feminist, Thinking Black ~ bell hooks (Paperback - Jan 1989) Other Edition(s): Hardcover, Paperback, Unknown Binding
Technical Difficulties: African-American Notes on the State of the Union ~ June Jordan (Hardcover - Nov 24, 1992) Other Edition(s): Paperback ~ A new collection of essays on a rich variety of contemporary American themes. From growing up in Brooklyn, the perverse myths of race and class, the romance of an artist, to the relationship between poetry and politics.
Tell Me How Long the Train's Been Gone ~ James A. Baldwin (Hardcover - Mar 1985) Other Edition(s): Paperback, Mass Market Paperback ~ A successful black actor confronts his personal dilemmas and passions. Baldwin follows him from his childhood in Harlem to his unconventional love affair in a narrative of ringing truth and frankness. Strikes close to the heart.
Tell My Horse : Voodoo and Life in Haiti and Jamaica by Zora Neale Hurston (Paperback - Feb 28, 1990)
Their Eyes Were Watching GodTheir Eyes Were Watching God ~ Zora Neale Hurston (Paperback - Dec 1, 1998) Other Edition(s): Hardcover, Paperback, School & Library Binding, Audio Cassette ~ This extraordinary novel about love between two black people belongs in the category of enduring American literature with that of Faulkner, Fitzgerald and Hemingway. There is no book more important to me than this one. Alice Walker
This Bridge Called My Back: Writings ~ Radical Women of Color ~ Cherrie Moraga and Gloria Anzaldua (Paperback - Nov 1, 2002) Other Edition(s): Hardcover, Paperback ~  Containing prose, poetry, personal narrative, and analyses by Black American, Asian American, Latina, and Native American women, this book presents vivid, thoughtful writing on feminism, radicalism, homophobia, racism, and other topic areas. Includes an excellent third world bibliography.
Those Who Ride the Night Winds ~ Nikki Giovanni (Paperback - May 5, 1999) Other Edition(s): Hardcover ~ The title of this collection refers to people who have tried to make changes, people who have gone against the tide, people who were unafraid to test their wings. Long known as the Princess of Black Poetry, Giovanni is as alive and as vibrant as ever. Her many readers will find once again in this collection the warmth, wit, passion, and caring about people that have always distinguished her work.
Three PiecesThree Pieces ~ Ntozake Shange (Paperback - April 15, 1992) Other Edition(s): Hardcover, Paperback ~ In these three plays, she brilliantly recasts traditional forms to capture the essences of the lives of black people. Spell #7 is a black magic and variety show; A Photograph: Lovers In Motion, a sensual melodrama of intersecting lives and loves; and Boogie Woogie Landscapes, a stream of consciousness verse play.
The Threshing Floor: Short stories by Barbara Burford (Paperback - April 1987) Other Edition(s): Hardcover ~ A powerful collection of stories about the lives of Black women. Burford, a Black British lesbian, constructs cruel realities, dream fantasies, bitter escapes, visionary worlds, and day-to-day loves. Deeply etched portraits full of light and shadow.
To the Cleveland Station ~ Carol Anne Douglas (Paperback - Jun 1982) A novel of lesbian lives of a love affair between a black and a white woman.
Tongues Untied ~ Dirg Aaab-Richards (Paperback - Jun 1987) This book is a glorious outpouring of verse from five gifted black poets: Dirg Aaab-Richards, Craig G. Harris, Essex Hemphill, Isaac Jackson, and Assotto Saint.
Topsy and Evil (Library of Crime Classics) ~ George Baxt (Paperback - Oct 1987) Other Edition(s): Unknown Binding ~ Ostensibly, this mystery is about the murder of the mysterious tycoon Guru Raskalnikov, who is mysteriously bludgeoned to death with the classic blunt instrument. Another part of the problem is finding out exactly what said classic blunt instrument was. The typical Baxtian cast of bizarre characters include Topsy Alcott, Fauna and Flora Fleur, Winnie Ruth Jodo, Archimedes Zoltan, Satan Stagg and others from the first two novels of this Pharoah Love detective trilogy.
The Tranquil Lake of Love: Love Letters ~ Carl Cook (Paperback - Feb 1993) In documenting the nuances of an intense relationship, Cook evokes the passion, pain, sensuality and joy in language that is lyrical and flowing on serene rhythms of completion. This is a thoughtful and sensitive collection of love poetry.
Trimmings ~ Harryette Mullen (Paperback - Jun 1991) Author is not a lesbian. These prose poems were directly inspires by Gertrude Stein's Tender Buttons with a like imagery intertwined between both.
Trouble the WaterTrouble the Water ~ Melvin Dixon (Paperback - Jan 1, 1989) Other Edition(s): Hardcover, Paperback A story of returning home after twenty years away from one's roots, of re-claiming past heritage, and facing the consequences of long absence. A successful young man from Pee Dee, North Carolina returns home to the funeral of his grandmother, and re-encounters his former life. There, he finds a more clear understanding of the troubles of his present lie in his past.
Under a Soprano Sky ~ Sonia Sanchez (Paperback - Aug 1987) Other Edition(s): Hardcover ~ Sanchez is undoubtedly one of the most under-appreciated poets writing today. Her pristine lyricism combined with her strong voice and black female themes make her special. Gloria T. Hull, from Shakespeare's Sisters Feminist Essays on Women Writers.
Undersong: Chosen Poems Old and New ~ Audre Lorde (Hardcover - Sep 1992) Other Edition(s): Paperback~ Here are the words of some of the women I have been, am being still, will come to be, writes the author of this volume which brings together many of the most important poems she has written over the past thirty years. Revised and updated edition includes six new poems.
The Unforgetting Heart: An Anthology of Short Stories ~ African American Women (1859-1993) (1859-1993)The Unforgetting Heart: An Anthology of Short stories by African American Women (1859-1993) (1859-1993) ~ Asha Kanwar (Paperback - May 1993) Other Edition(s): Hardcover This anthology of short stories by African American women spans 150 years. It includes short stories by Zora Neale Hurston, Ann Allen Shockley, Nikki Giovanni, Sonia Sanchez, Alice Walker, Becky Birtha, and many others.
Noah's Arc - The Complete Second SeasonNoah's Arc - The Complete Second Season (DVD) ~ Patrik-Ian Polk (Director DVD), Jensen Atwood (Wade), Darryl Stephens (Noah), Christian Vincent (II) (Ricky), Jeremy Batiste (Raphael), Rodney Chester (Alex), Douglas Spearman (Chance), Jonathan Julian and Gregory Keith ~ Logo's ground-breaking, one-of-a-kind series Noah's Arc follows all four as they chart an uncertain course through the City of Angels, where laughter and drama are never in short supply. More Noah's Arc Seasons.
Vanishing Rooms: A NovelVanishing Rooms: A Novel ~ Melvin Dixon (Paperback - Jun 9, 2001) Other Edition(s): Hardcover, Paperback ~  Jesse's boyfriend Metro is murdered, he turns to Ruella for comfort and she hopes he will ease her sexual isolation. Lonny wonders aimlessly through life he and his friends commit the gay-bashing. These three solitary voices intertwine in powerful counterpoint as they tell their compelling tales.
A Visitation of Spirits: A Novel (Vintage Contemporaries) ~ Randall Kenan (Paperback - Jan 25, 2000) Other Edition(s): Hardcover, Paperback, Unknown Binding ~ Kenan recounts the complex and sustaining truths of four generations of a black family's life in the South - as well as an urgent new view of the South's future. Randall Kenan speaks eloquently and with a Great deal of courage about personal and communal strife within the black community. But above all, he speaks in the voice of the future that is tinged with bittersweet love. - Gloria Naylor
Waiting rooms (Unknown Binding) ~ Michelle Parkerson ~ A modest collection of prose and poetry of an experimental nature with a high deGREe of success in each form. Parkerson addresses lesbianism, being black, and modern moral issues in a down to earth yet universal tone.
A Warm December ~ Vega Studios (Paperback - Feb 1992) A collection of poetry, illustrations, and photographs which introduce the works of new writers and artists. Rory Buchanan, Carl Cook, Adisa Osei Chionseu and others. The three mediums are delicately weaved together to tell the stories about love empowerment, and survival, in a time of victimization and the need for self-empowerment during the AIDS crisis.
The Ways of White Folks: Stories (Vintage Classics) ~ Langston Hughes (Paperback - Sep 12, 1990) Other Edition(s): Hardcover, Paperback, Library Binding ~  A collection of stories depicting black people colliding humorously and tragically with whites in the 1920's and 30's.
We Who Believe in Freedom ~ Bernice Johnson Reagon (Hardcover - Oct 1, 1993) Other Edition(s): Paperback ~ This book celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Grammy Award-winning a cappella group Sweet Honey in the Rock (Artist). Brings the full range of voices and palates of these exciting, dynamic African American women to the page as powerfully as they conquer the concert stage. This book moves with energy and good pacing through the lives and rhythms of the women who make up the group. It includes essays ~ each member and their support team, historical essays and appreciations ~ Alice Walker and Angela Davis.
Welcome to the Jungle: New Positions in Black Cultural StudiesWelcome to the Jungle: New Positions in Black Cultural Studies ~ Kobena Mercer (Paperback - Jul 29, 1994) Other Edition(s): Hardcover ~ Brings a black perspective to the reading of a wide range of cultural texts, events and experiences in the politics of ethnicity, sexuality and race during the 1980's. Mercer seeks out new hybrid identities that have been forged out of this turbulent period, from Michael Jackson (Artist)'s ethnic androgyny to the homoerotic photographs of Robert Mapplethorpe. Mercer's essays make for a powerful re-reading of the art of postmodernity and the location of Black and Queer cultural art practices within it.
White on Black on WhiteWhite on Black on White ~ Coleman Dowell (Paperback - Mar 1991) Other Edition(s): Hardcover ~ Edgar Cayce, a black policeman, is the central figure of the novel. As we read Cayce's memoirs---in fact written by the narrator who is white---we are given a searing picture of racial and sexual prejudice.
Wild SeedWild Seed ~ Octavia E. Butler (Mass Market Paperback - Feb 1, 1999) Other Edition(s): Hardcover, Paperback, Mass Market Paperback, School & Library Binding ~ Doro, a mind force who destroyed the bodies he could inhabit. He wanted to rule all. Anyanwu was a goddess, mother, priestess, medicine-woman. Together they fought a battle of wills.
Wishing for Wings: Poems ~ Assoto Saint (Paperback - Oct 1994) The last collection of poetry from Assotto. This collection revolves around AIDS, African Americans, racism, homophobia, and his late partner.
The Woman That I Am: The Literature and Culture of Contemporary Women of Color ~ D. Soyini Madison (Hardcover - Sep 1993) Other Edition(s): Paperback ~ Gathers works of 126 contemporary authors including Alice Walker, Paule Marshall, Toni Morrison, June Jordon, Nikki Giovanni, Ntozake Shange, Maya Angelou, and others.
A Woman's Mourning Song ~ bell hooks (Hardcover - Aug 30, 2006) Other Edition(s): Paperback ~ Explores the manner in which African Americans celebrate the passing on of the spirit to another world when someone dies. Her pieces ring with a woman's voice and reflect a positive outlook on loss and death that helps to explain the complexities of living.
Women and the Men ~ Nikki Giovanni (Paperback - Jan 1, 1979) Other Edition(s): Unknown Binding
The Women of Brewster Place (Penguin Contemporary American Fiction Series) ~ Gloria Naylor (Paperback - Jun 30, 1983) Other Edition(s): Hardcover, Paperback, School & Library Binding, Audio Cassette ~ Seven women have made their way to Brewster Place, including some who are that way. Naylor's book sings of sorrows proudly borne ~ black women in America.Made memorable by Oprah Winfrey's two-part television production. More Women of Brewster Place (Amazon).
Wouldn't Take Nothing for My Journey NowWouldn't Take Nothing for My Journey Now ~ Maya Angelou (Paperback - Mar 16, 1995), (LEATHER BOUND)
Wouldn't Take Nothing for My Journey NowWouldn't Take Nothing for My Journey Now ~ Maya Angelou (Paperback - Oct 1, 1994) Other Edition(s): Hardcover, Paperback, School & Library Binding, Audio CD ~ A collection of wisdom, this volume distills her thoughts about how spirit and spirituality move and shape her life. It is about service and grace and giving, and about how she celebrates the spirit of her people and the earthy sensuality of the sisterhood.
Yearning: Race, Gender, and Cultural Politics ~ bell hooks (Paperback - Aug 1990) Other Edition(s): Hardcover, Paperback
Zami: A New Spelling of My Name (Crossing Press Feminist Series) ~ Audre Lorde (Paperback - Dec 1983) Other Edition(s): Hardcover, Paperback ~ Combining elements of history, biography, and myth, Lorde's book tells of her coming of age, and of the strength she has found through zami - a West Indian term for women who work together as friends and lovers.

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