If you think the cover is scary, imagine what’s inside the memoir of a former Black woman educator who survived the ideological wars in academe in the ’90s! The memoir explains how I transformed into a language artist and small-press publisher. Good for me…but what about the following generations of girls?
The HCP Poetry Chapbook Contest 2014 winning manuscript will be announced by December 1, 2014 and published in 2015. Thank you sister-poets who entered the contest! I enjoyed reading your work.
(memoir) Dropping the Mask: non-Academic reflections of a womanist writer
Book I of the Autobiography of Mignon Ariel King, a trilogy in 3 genres
Cover image: “With My Own Eyes” Patricia Wallace Jones, copyright 2012
HCP‘ s Extra MoJo is on sale ! . A paperback anthology by 21 Black women writers. Poetry. Memoir. Social Commentary. HERE
Featuring the best of Issues 1-10 of the online journal (See archived work examples on the MoJo ! tab above.) MoJo !
Cover Art: “Happy Thoughts” c. 2012 by Jessica
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New small press for Black and African-American women’s memoir and poetry!
This is the sister press of
–an online literary magazine. MoJo!
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