From a leading writer of the Black Arts Movement, poems of commemoration and loss for readers of all ages
A collection of haiku that celebrates the gifts of life and mourns the deaths of revered African American figures in the worlds of music, literature, art, and activism.
Sonia Sanchez—award-winning poet, activist, scholar, and formerly the Laura Carnell professor of English and women’s studies at Temple University—is the author of sixteen books, including Like the Singing Coming off the Drums (Beacon / 6843-4 / $14.00 pb), Does Your House Have Lions? (Beacon / 6831-1 / $16.00 pb), Wounded in the House of a Friend (Beacon / 6827-4 / $16.00 pb), and Shake Loose My Skin (Beacon / 6853-3 / $15.00 pb).
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