TITLE

About the Contributors

PUB. DATE
January 1999
SOURCE
Defining Ourselves: Black Writers in the 90s;1999, p239
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Biography
ABSTRACT
Presents a biography of authors who contributed to the book Defining Ourselves: Black Writers in the 90s. Some of the authors include Malaika Adero, Marimba Ani, Houston A. Baker, Jr., Amiti Baraka, Bebe Moore Campbell, Paul Coates, William W. Cook, Stanley Crouch, Selwyn Cudjoe, Thulani Davis, Cecil Foster and Marita Golden.
ACCESSION #
19425542

 

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