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  • Your Silence Will Not Protect You by Reni Eddo-Lodge
    Your Silence Will Not Protect You (Paperback) Audre Lorde $15.06 $16.92
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  • A New Spelling of My Name by Audre Lorde
    A New Spelling of My Name (English, Paperback) Audre Lorde

    ZAMI is a fast-moving chronicle. From the authors vivid childhood memories in Harlem to her coming of age in the late 1950s, the nature of Audre Lordes work is cyclical. It especially relates the linkage of women who have shaped her . . . Lorde brings into play her craft of lush description and characterization. It keeps unfolding page after page.Off Our Backs


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  • Sister Outsider by Professor Audre Lorde
    Sister Outsider (English, Paperback) Professor Audre Lorde

    Presenting the essential writings of black lesbian poet and feminist writer Audre Lorde, Sister Outsider celebrates an influential voice in twentieth-century literature. ...

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  • A Burst of Light by Audre Lorde
    A Burst of Light (English, Hardback) Audre Lorde

    Moving, incisive, and enduringly relevant writings by the African-American poet and feminist include her thoughts on the radical implications of self-care and living with cancer as well as essays on racism, lesbian culture, and political activism.

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  • The Cancer Journals by Professor Audre Lorde
    The Cancer Journals (English, Paperback) Professor Audre Lorde

    Now in paperback, the commemorative edition of poet Audre Lorde's powerful writings about breast cancer.

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  • Coal by Audre Lorde
    Coal (English, Paperback) Audre Lorde

    Of Coal, the poet and critic Hayden Carruth said, "For us these words indeed are jewels in the open light."

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  • Sister Love: The Letters of Audre Lorde and Pat Parker 1974-1989 by Professor Audre Lorde
    Sister Love: The Letters of Audre Lorde and Pat Parker 1974-1989 (English, Paperback) Professor Audre Lorde, Pat Parker

    Literary Nonfiction. Poetry. African & African American Studies. LGBTQIA Studies. Women's Studies. Poets Audre Lorde and Pat Parker first met in 1969; they began exchanging letters regularly five years later. Over the next fifteen years, Lorde and Parker shared ideas, advice, and confidences through the mail. They sent each other handwritten and typewritten letters and postcards often with...

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  • The Black Unicorn by Audre Lorde
    The Black Unicorn (English, Paperback) Audre Lorde

    The Black Unicorn is a collection of poems by a woman who, Adrienne Rich writes, "for the complexity of her vision, for her moral courage and the catalytic passion of her language, has already become, for many, an indispensable poet."

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  • The Collected Poems of Audre Lorde by Audre Lorde
    The Collected Poems of Audre Lorde (English, Paperback) Audre Lorde

    A complete collection-over 300 poems-from one of this country's most influential poets.

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  • Chosen Poems, Old and New by Audre Lorde
    Chosen Poems, Old and New (English, Paperback) Audre Lorde

    "Here are the words of some of the women I have been, am being still, will come to be," writes Audre Lorde of this volume, in which she brings together many of the most important poems she has written over the past thirty years.

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  • Our Dead Behind Us by Audre Lorde
    Our Dead Behind Us (English, Paperback) Audre Lorde

    In this collection, Audre Lorde gives us poems that explore "differences as creative tensions, and the melding of past strength / pain with future hope / fear; the present being the vital catalyst, the motivating force-activism."

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  • Lost & Found: The CUNY Poetics Document Initiative, Series VII by Professor Audre Lorde
    Lost & Found: The CUNY Poetics Document Initiative, Series VII (English, Paperback) Professor Audre Lorde, Toni Cade Bambara

    Literary Nonfiction. Poetry. Fiction. African & African American Studies. Latinx Studies. Native American Studies. LGBTQIA Studies. Women's Studies. Building on previous projects centered on the pedagogy of poets, and friendship through correspondence, LOST & FOUND SERIES VII breaks new ground to present unpublished and presently unavailable materials by novelist, filmmaker, and activist Toni Cade Bambara; iconic poet-activist-teachers Audre Lorde and June Jordan; scholar, activist, and poet Dr. Jack D. Forbes, and letters between North American poet and translator Paul Blackburn and Argentinian in exile novelist, poet, and translator Julio Cortázar. While Cortázar and Blackburn forged their own institution of sorts, through a friendship that would help ignite the Latin American boom, Forbes, Bambara, Jordan, and Lorde worked in and out of institutions to help transform the landscape of our educational and historical horizons and expectations. For some years Bambara, Jordan, and Lorde all taught together in the City University of New York, the largest urban system in the United States, collaborating with activist students and other faculty to create new curriculum in Black Studies, Ethnic Studies, and Women's Studies. At the same time, Blackburn also taught part-time at City University, while bringing the vision of another world into American English, through his translations of Cortázar, a champion of the Cuban revolution and a writer of unparalleled influence in Latin America. On the other side of the country, Dr. Jack Forbes's vision of hemispheric Indigenous life was brought to bear on his involvement in the creation of D-Q University, the first Indigenous university in California, as well as the creation of Native American Studies at UC Davis, a program that would be emulated at other universities in North America. At the same time, his extraordinary and almost unknown poetry, featured here along with notable materials on his educational activism, presents a vision of Los Angeles cutting across race, class, and ethnicity that the work of all the writers in this Series help us realize. SERIES VII Includes: Audre Lorde: "I teach myself in outline," Notes, Journals, Syllabi, & an Excerpt from Deotha (edited by Miriam Atkin and Iemanjá Brown) Toni Cade Bambara: "Realizing the Dream of a Black University," & Other Writings (Parts I & II) (edited by Makeba Lavan and Conor Tomás Reed) June Jordan "Life Studies," 1966-1976 (edited by Conor Tomás Reed and Talia Shalev) Jack Forbes: "Yanga Ya," Selected Poems & The Goals of Education (Parts I & II) (edited by William Camponovo) Paul Blackburn & Julio Cortázar: "Querido Pablito"/"Julissimo Querido," Selected Correspondence, 1958-1971 (Parts I & II) (edited by Ammiel Alcalay, Jacqui Cornetta, Alison Macomber, and Alexander Soria)

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  • Sister Outsider by Audre Lorde
    Sister Outsider (English, CD-Audio) Audre Lorde

    In this charged collection of fifteen essays and speeches, influential poet and feminist writer Audre Lorde takes on sexism, racism, ageism, homophobia, and class, and propounds social difference as a vehicle for action and change.

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  • Undersong by Audre Lorde
    Undersong (English, Paperback) Audre Lorde

    "Undersong is a remarkable poetic document...."--Adrienne Rich

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