Filmed October 2, 2012 Emory University
Atlanta-based novelist and playwright Pearl Cleage joins writer Alice Walker for a conversation that focuses on their creative influences, the writers they read, and how they’ve been inspired by each other’s work. The conversation, hosted by Rosemary Magee, is moderated by University of Georgia journalism professor and author Valerie Boyd.
Published on Oct 9, 2012 by Emory University
Posted to the New Internationalist | Aug 2012
The award-winning author, poet and activist considers herself above all a daughter of the Earth, as she explains to Frank Barat.
What’s your earliest memory?
I think my earliest memory is of being enchanted by dust motes as I crawled around a handmade wooden chair. This must have been when I was a baby.… Continue reading
By Marianne Schnall
Alice Walker is known for her literary fiction, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning The Color Purple (now a major Broadway play), her many volumes of poetry, and her powerful nonfiction collections. Her other bestselling books include In Search of Our Mothers’ Gardens , The Temple of My Familiar , Possessing the Secret of Joy , By the Light of… Continue reading