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Click for more detail about Essence: In The Spirit Gift Kit (Activity Kit) (Petites Plus With Magazine Gift Subscriptions) by Susan L. Taylor Essence: In The Spirit Gift Kit (Activity Kit) (Petites Plus With Magazine Gift Subscriptions)

by Susan L. Taylor
Peter Pauper Press (Jan 01, 2006)
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There’s no better way to give or receive a subscription to Essence Magazine than this gift kit! For $10, your lucky recipient will receive a gift certificate for a 9 month subscription, plus an 80 page hardcover gift book by Susan L. Taylor, jasmine bath and body oil, and candles. What are you waiting for?


Click for more detail about IC3: The Penguin Book of New Black Writing in Britain by Courttia Newland and Kadija Sesay IC3: The Penguin Book of New Black Writing in Britain

by Courttia Newland and Kadija Sesay
Peter Pauper Press (Sep 27, 2001)
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In this landmark collection, 100 British writers of African descent contribute brand new work from across the writing spectrum. Divided into three main sections, First, Second, and Third Generations, the book focuses on four types of writing - poetry, short fiction, essays and memoirs. Published to widespread attention in trade paperback in summer 2000.

In this landmark collection, 100 British writers of African descent contribute brand new work from across the writing spectrum. Divided into three main sections, First, Second, and Third Generations, the book focuses on four types of writing - poetry, short fiction, essays and memoirs. Published to widespread attention in trade paperback in summer 2000.

IC3 chronicles the times that we live in by documenting a slice of Black Culture in Britain, dissected and examined under expert eyes - the eyes of those who make up this culture. Here is a taste of their dreams, hopes, fantasies, desires, fears and laughter, including: Poetry from Roger Robinson, David Dabydeen, Bernardine Evaristo, Jackie Kay and Benjamin Zephaniah; short stories from Ferdinand Dennis, Diana Omo Evans, Catherine Johnson, E.A. Markham and Ray Shell; essays from Floella Benjamin, Linda Bellos, Treva Etienne, Kevin Le Gendre and Labi Siffre; memoirs from Margaret Busby, Henry Bonsu, Buchi Emecheta, Sol B. River, Leone Ross, and many others.

IC3 reflects the enormous diversity and richness of writing in Black Britain today.