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DaMaris Hill


Interviewed by: Whitney Terrell

Catalog Number: 20200228

In the final part of the "On Writing, On Race" program at the Kansas City Public Library, DaMaris Hill, the youngest and first living American poet to be signed to Bloomsbury Publishing, reads poems from her book, A Bound Woman is a Dangerous Thing. She talks with novelist Whitney Terrell as part of the Writers at Work series, about how she uses her writing to challenge authority and creatively share stories of powerful black women.

| Subject Matter: Race, History, Women, Teaching | Interview Year: 2019 | Genre: Poetry |

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