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I curled my body around some blue-jean-covered legs as the human attached to them started to read a copy of The New York Times pulled from the antique rack in the cramped lobby of the most famous literary landmark in Manhattan, The Algonquin Hotel. A momentary purr slipped out as I cosied up to watch the morning hubbub begin. It was a few weeks before my historic home would celebrate its 107th birthday.
WORKMAN ARTS PRESENTS ALL THAT IS REAL POETRY LAUNCH
MENTAL HEALTH WEEK CELEBRATION
A proud partner of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Announcing the release of Honouring Indigenous Women: Heart of Nations Vol.2
As of Sunday, Nov. 25, this book will be available online at www.ipsmo.org as a 117-pg PDF document for viewing/downloading/printing.
This release date coincides with the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
Maya Angelou is hailed as one of the great voices of contemporary black literature and as a remarkable Renaissance woman. A mesmerizing vision of grace, swaying and stirring when she moves; Dr. Angelou captivates her audiences lyrically with vigor, fire and perception. She has the unique ability to shatter the opaque prisms of race and class between reader and subject throughout her books of poetry and her autobiographies.