Wild Women Don't Wear No Blues: Black Women Writers On Love, Men And Sex by Marita GoldenWild Women Don't Wear No Blues: Black Women Writers On Love, Men And Sex by Marita Golden

Wild Women Don't Wear No Blues: Black Women Writers On Love, Men And Sex

byMarita Golden

Paperback | July 1, 1994

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Bringing together fourteen African-American women, Marita Golden has compiled saucy and spicy essays that serve as an exploration into the contemporary black female psyche. Ranging in style from Audre Lorde's classic polemic on eroticism to Miriam DeCosta Willis's deeply moving essay on her husband's last years, "every single one of these essays is terrific." -- The Washington Post
Marita Golden is the author of more than a dozen works of fiction and nonfiction. Her books include After, Migrations of the Heart, Saving Our Sons, and Don’t Play in the Sun. She is the founder of the Hurston/Wright Foundation, an organization that supports African American writers. She lives in Mitchellville, Maryland.
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Title:Wild Women Don't Wear No Blues: Black Women Writers On Love, Men And SexFormat:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 7.99 × 5.2 × 0.55 inPublished:July 1, 1994Publisher:Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group

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ISBN - 10:0385424019

ISBN - 13:9780385424011

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In this lively collection of essays, Golden has brought together 14 African-American women, each presenting a piece of nonfiction that explores the contemporary Black female psyche. "A strong collection of eloquent essays unified by unflinching honesty".--Publishers Weekly