• Heather
  • The Woman in White
  • July 1, 2011

Episode Notes

  • What to the Slave is the 4th of July:
  • Brecht on the House UnAmemrican Committee:
  • How it Feels to Be Colored Me – read by members of the Barnard Organization of Soul Sisters:
    (Recorded October 2, 2003, at “Jumpin’ at the Sun: Reassessing the Life and Work of Zora Neale Hurston,” the Virginia C. Gildersleeve Conference at Barnard College, NYC.)
  • Cathy Hay on the Peacock Dress: Unpacking a dark history: (and her video on what’s up with her voice:


I’m Heather Ordover

Hi there and welcome!
I'm glad you found our little corner of the internet. It's a safe place to hang out, listen to a good book, and maybe get a little crafty while you do.
CraftLit has been going (almost) weekly since 2006 so we have quite a few books in our Library for you. If one isn't to your liking, I'm sure another one will.
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