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Mouthy Dames

Oct.12.2009

Litquake presents its annual “women’s night,” this year called Mouthy Dames! Appearing tonight are women who don’t know how to keep their feelings and opinions to themselves — and aren’t we happy about that? Reading vociferously in the beautiful Paris ballroom of the Hotel Monaco are Kim Addonizio, Christine Comaford, Kim Wong Keltner, Terry McMillan, Wendy Merrill, April Sinclair, and Jane Smiley. Emceed by Litquake co-founder Jane Ganahl.

Terry's Latest Blogs

Apr.09.2011 - 12:26 pm
It is unacceptable to simply accept everything we see on TV, hear on the radio and read... Media has been a powerful tool for progamming thoughts long before newspapers,...
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Apr.09.2011 - 12:13 pm
The major issues of our time can all be boiled down to a lack of education. Whether we are dicussing the differences of race, culture or finance-- I would bet your milk money...
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Apr.09.2011 - 11:58 am
When I designed my house, I wanted it to look like a fine art museum...   Even when I was earning money as an employee and being somebody's full-time mama, I bought art. I...
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Dec.03.2007 - 12:21 am
It [How Stella Got Her Groove Back] started as a poem, just nine pages. But it just grew and grew, I was making stuff up, exaggerating it. That’s the great thing about fiction,...
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Published Reviews

Feb.22.1987
Published by The New York Times
Talk about timing! With relations between African-American men and women in the spotlight as never before, here comes McMillan’s report from the front: her bawdy, vibrant,...