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Guidebook to Relative Strangers: Journeys Into Race, Motherhood, and History Audio CD – Audiobook, CD, Unabridged
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Camille T. Dungy is an award winning poet and editor and a professor of creative writing at Colorado State University. She lives with her husband and child in Fort Collins.
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As others have said, this book is timely, eloquent, wise, insightful, sometimes funny, sometimes heartbreaking, always engaging. As I read, I forgot where I was; I sat in a stopped dark car on a Minnesota highway, I stood in an Inupiaq woman's kitchen in Barrow, I crawled on a suddenly arduous trail in the Adirondacks, I crouched in a slave fort's dungeon in Ghana. A bright thread that runs through the book is Dungy's small daughter Callie, but so many other threads run parallel and across that one: Dungy's life as a writer who travels to do readings, her work as a nature writer, her experience growing up in California, her new life as a wife and a mother, her health, her experience as a woman of color, the intersection of her life with the lives that have gone before. Every word is weft woven carefully across this one poet's life so far.
This book matters quite a bit. And, as I do with all truly good guidebooks, I plan to keep it close and refer to it often.