Black Girl/White Girl
The time: the 40’s and 50’s. WWII is over, television has just been invented, Rhythm and Blues is being discovered in the first neighborhood in Los Angeles to experience integration. A young girl moves into the neighborhood with her father. She sees a cross being burnt on a new neighbors home and watches while every white family leaves the neighborhood as Negro and Japanese families move in. In this neighborhood she comes to believe that she is a Negro child.
Trickster: A True Confession
The story of a young girl who is a natural shape-shifter,
a born liar and story-teller who plays around with genders
and can easily take on a boy’s feeling for freedom and
Life’s Long Learning: Essays
Encounter with unexpected teachers.
Intuitive Listening: Essays
A Study of the kind of listening that is not based
on theoretical knowledge.
My Sister and The Kabbalist: A Memoir of What If and If Only
The story of the life my sister would have lived if she hadn’t died at the age of 16.