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Discuss their work as writers as well as intimate details of their lives including periods when each lived with cancer Sister Love is a rare opportunity to glimpse inside the minds and friendship of two great twentieth century poets. I really enjoyed reading the correspondence between Pat Parker and Audre Lorde I was struck by how their letters traced such familiar ground for me I know many sick and disabled ueer people of color who have offered each other similar support and comfort and advice for surviving a hostile world From discussing breast cancer to supporting each other's literary efforts these two icons were lifting each other up in the same ways my TIPOC community do today

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Sister LovePat Parker and Audre Lorde first met in they began exchanging letters regularly five years later Over the next fifteen years Lorde and Parker shared ideas advice and confidences through the mail They sent each other handwritten and. Enszer's Sister Love is a gift The archive which is often a type of burial ground where the lived experiences of Black ueer and trans people are missing can also be a site of extraordinary discovery The letters shared between two iconic Black lesbian poets Lorde and Parker reveals the complexity and beauty that abounds in the lives of the otherwise dispossessed In them as Mecca Jamilah Sullivan opines in the introduction are traces of friendship comradeship love vocation sickness and overcoming

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Sister Love free read ✓ 106 Ï [Read] ➪ Sister Love By Julie R. Enszer – Helpyouantib.co.uk Pat Parker and Audre Lorde first met in 1969; they began exchanging letters regularly five years later Over the next fifteen years Lorde and Parker shared ideas advice and confidences through the mail Pat Parker and Audre Lorde first met in ; theTypewritten letters and postcards often with inserted items including articles money and video tapes Sister Love The Letters of Audre Lorde and Pat Parkergathers this correspondence for readers to eavesdrop on Lorde and Parker They. I don’t even know what to say other than please find the time to read this As a black woman and lover of people writing life and love itself it felt like nothing short of a privilege to have a glimpse into the friendship of these two extraordinary people There is nothing beautiful in this life than friendship And to be able to feel how much two people can love each other through a short collection of letters speaks both to their talent for words and to the volume of their love Instantly cherished Will revisit often