Alice Walker: The Temple of My Familiar

Alice Walker
February 25, 2021

Alice Walker: The Temple of My Familiar “It all starts with wanting to understand something, whether it’s a person or just an event.” Alice Walker’s phrase about the production of her novels sets the tone of her literature: her work seeks to examine and understand the past and the North American black community’s ailments. As the writer, Alice Walker has been engaged in political initiatives since the 1960s. She has…

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Bali Kaur Jaswall, author of “School of Erotic Stories for Widows”

Balli Kaur Jaswal
February 22, 2021

Bali Kaur Jaswall, author of “School of Erotic Stories for Widows” Born in Singapore and with Punjabi roots, Balli Kaur Jaswal grew up in different places due to her father’s profession, who worked for the Singaporean Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Japan, Russia, Australia, and the Philippines are among the countries where she spent most of her youth. The fact of being continually changing places throughout her life awoke her perspective…

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