Nonwhite and Woman: 131 Micro Essays on Being in the World (Flash Nonfiction) (Paperback)
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Nonwhite and Woman celebrates how women of color live and thrive in the world, and how they make their lives their own. The anthology’s title is from Lucille Clifton's luminous poem, "won’t you celebrate with me," which serves as the anthology’s epigraph.
About the Author
Darien Hsu Gee is a bestselling novelist with Penguin Random House and a recent Poetry Society Chapbook Fellow. Her craft book, Writing the Hawaiʻi Memoir, won the Hawaiʻi Book Publishers’ Ka Palapala Poʻokela award. Darien has received a Sustainable Arts Foundation grant as well as a Vermont Studio Center fellowship. She lives on the Big Island of Hawaiʻi and is second-generation Chinese American.
Carla Crujido is a hapa writer of Filipino, Norwegian, Mexican, and German descent. She is a graduate of the MFA program at the Institute of American Indian Arts. A short story writer and essayist, Carla is originally from San Francisco, but now calls Portland home.
"Insightful, memorable, thoughtful and thought provoking, Nonwhite and Woman offers an assemblage of unique and yet universal experiences with respect to being a woman of color within the context of a still white dominated culture." —Midwest Book Review