Broken Silences: Interviews with Black and White Women Writers. Rutgers University Press. Signed by Joyce Carol Oates and Grace Paley.
*SIGNED* by two of the authors: Joyce Carol Oates and Grace Paley. Vintage softcover. Red remainder mark on top edge. Some slight curling to corners. No other markings inside. Very good condition.
"In these 20 interviews with women writers of fiction, Jordan, who teaches at Hampton University in Virginia, attempts to plumb the relations between black and white women in fiction and in life, and to explore the creative process." (Publishers Weekly).
"There’s a case to be made that Grace Paley was first and foremost an antinuclear, antiwar, antiracist feminist activist who managed, in her spare time, to become one of the truly original voices of American fiction in the later twentieth century." (Alexandra Schwartz, New Yorker, 2017).
"Joyce Carol Oates is American novelist, short story writer, and essayist noted for her vast literary output in a variety of styles and genre. Particularly effective are her depictions of violence and evil in modern society." (Britannica).