In 11 speeches and interviews, Malcolm X presents a revolutionary alternative taking up political alliances, women's rights, U.S. intervention in the Congo and Vietnam, capitalism and socialism and more. Original. 191 pp.
Framed by "The Tempest" and calling on historical, cultural, and biological sources, "Cannibal" is a provocative exploration of the female body, identity and race. Original. 126 pp.
Gathers writings and art highlighting the unique natural and cultural history of the rugged unglaciated landscape of the Driftless Region of southwest Wisconsin and adjacent Minnesota, Iowa and Illinois. 400 pp.
A U.S. Poet Laureate supplies tools, insights and instructions for the aspiring poet. Reprint. 170 pp.
This book shows how to write from your life, but for the benefit of others. Each human life is unique, and the meaning we each make from our joys and suffering can, if written with a reader in mind, be an act of generosity and sharing. Filled with practical wisdom and tools. Original. 245 pp.