Table of contents for Word : on being a [woman] writer / edited by Jocelyn Burrell ; foreword by Suheir Hammad.


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xx Foreword by Suheir Hammad
xx Editor's Note
I. Difficult Passages / Dangerous Acts 
xx The Structured Silences of Women: Culture, Censorship, and Voice in a 
Globalised Market RITU MENON
xx Women Who Write Too Much BELL HOOKS
xx The River: Honoring the Difficult ALICE WALKER
xx An Insistent and Indelicate Muse PATRICK CALIFIA
xx Lyric in a Time of Violence MEENA ALEXANDER
xx Baghdad: These Cities Dying In Our Arms ALIA MAMDOUH
xx On the Line EVA JOHNSON
II. Blood and Ink
xx Writing Near the Bone YVONNE VERA
xx Word Warrior JENNIFER DIMARCO
xx The World of Poetry TASLIMA NASRIN
xx Finding the Groove JOY HARJO 
xx Only Daughter SANDRA CISNEROS 
xx Untitled JUDITH CLARK
III. On Writing Herself
xx The Semiotics of Sex JEANETTE WINTERSON
xx Writing in the Language of the Other ASSIA DJEBAR
xx Beyond Survival: A Politics/Poetics of Puerto Rican Consciousness LIZA 
FIOL-MATTA
xx Writing with the Body LUISA VALENZUELA 
xx Not Editable CHRYSTOS
 
xx On Writing Poetry MARGARET ATWOOD 
xx Stealing Apples BARBARA KINGSOLVER
xx The Woman Who Slept With One Eye Open JUDITH ORTIZ COFER 
IV. In Tribute
xx The Interval MAUREEN FADEM
xx The Difficult Miracle of Black Poetry in America or Something Like a 
Sonnet for Phillis Wheatley JUNE JORDAN
xx Women Like Us EDWIDGE DANTICAT
xx Letter to a Young Woman Poet EAVAN BOLAND
xx Credits
xx Acknowledgments




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Women and literature, Authorship, Literature Women authors History and criticism Theory, etc