Fiction And Non-Fiction Works By Women Of Color – a preliminary bibliography

Angela Sierra

Pitzer College

Spring, 1996

African American Writers

Albert, Octavia V. Rogers, The House of Bondage, or Charlotte Brooks
and other Slaves. Oxford University Press, 1986.

Angelou, Maya. I know why the Cage Bird Sings. Bantam Doubleday
Dell. 1983.

Ansa, Tina McElroy. Baby of the Family. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich,
– Ugly Ways. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1993.

Austin, Doris Jean. After the Garden. Dutton/New American Library,

Bailey, Pearl. Hurry up America & Spit. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich,
– Raw Pearl. Harcourt, 1968
– Talking to myself. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1971.
Bambara, Toni Cade. Gorilla, My Love. Random House, 1981.
– The Black Woman. An anthology. Signet Books, 1970
– The Salt Eaters. Vintage Books, 1981.
Baraka, Amina and Amiri. Confirmation, an anthology of African
American women. Morrow, 1983.

Bell-Scott, Patricia. Double Stitch: Black Women Write about Mothers
and Daughters. Beacon Press, 1991.

Bontemps, Arna. American Negro Poetry. 1982.

Boyd, Candy Dawson. Breadsticks and Blessing Places. Macmillan
Children’s Book Group, 1985.

Brooks, Gwendolyn. Selected Poems. HarperCollins Publishers, 1982.
– Aloneness. Broadside, 1971.
– Annie Allen. Harper, 1949.
– Beckonings. Broadside, 1975. (Poems)
– Blacks. Third World Press, 1992.
– Bronzeville boys and girls. Harper, 1956.
– In the Mecca; poems. Harper.
– A Capsule Course in Black Poetry Writings By Gwendolyn
– Brooks. Broadside, 1975.
– Report from part 1: An Autobiography. Broadside, 1972.
– Riot. Broadside, 1970.
– A Street in Bronzeville. Harper, 1945.
– The Wall: for Edward Christmas. Broadside, 1975.
– The world of Gwendolyn Brooks. Harper & R., 1971.

Brown, Charlotte Hawkins. Mammy: an appeal to the heart of the
South; and The correct thing to do-say-wear. Prentice Hall
International, 1995 (Etiquette book for black women.)

Brown, Elaine. A Taste of Power. Pantheon Books, 1992.

Bryan, Ashley. Turtle Knows Your Name. Macmillan Children’s Book
Group, 1989 (Folktale)

Busby, Margaret. Daughters of Africa. Pantheon Books, 1992.

Butler, Octavia E. Kindred. Beacon Press, 1988.
– Parable of the Sower. Four Walls Eight Windows,

Campbell, Bebe Moore. Brothers and Sisters. Putnam Publishing,
Your Blues ain’t like Mine. Putnam Publishing,

Carby, Hazel C. Reconstructing Womanhood: the emergence of the
Afro – American woman novelist. Oxford University Press,

Carnegie, Mary Elizabeth. The Path we Tread: Blacks in nursing ,
1854-1984. The Path we Tread: Blacks in nursing , 1854-1984.
Lippincott, 1986.

Chase-Ribound, Barbara. The President’s Daughter. Crown
Publishers, 1994.

Childress, Alica. Rainbow Jordan. Avon Books, 1982.

Chisholm, Shirley. The Good Fight. Harper & R., 1973.
Unbought and Unbossed. Avon Books, 1970.

Clarke, Cheryl, Living as a lesbian: poetry. Firebrand Books, 1986.
Narratives: poems in the tradition of Black women.
Woman of color Press, 1983.

Cleage, Pearl. The Brass Bed and Other Stories. Third World Press,

Clifton, Lucille. Three Wishes. Doubleday, 1992.

Cole, Johnetta. Conversations. Doubleday, 1993.

Cortez, Jayne. Coagulation’s: New and Selected Poems. Thunder
Mouth Press, 1984.

Dandridge, Rita B. Black Women Sing the Blues: a literary anthology,
1934-1988. 1992.

Dash, Julie. Daughters of the dusk: the making of an African
American Woman’s Film. News Press, 1992

Davis, Angela. Women, Race, and Class. Random House, 1983.
– Angela Davis: an autobiography by Angela Davis Random
– House, 1974.
– Women, Culture, & Politics. Random House, 1989.
– Women, Race, & Class. Random House, 1981.

Davis, DeeAnne. New voices from Aunt Lute. Aunt Lute Books, 1995

Delaney, Sarah Louise & Anne Elizabeth, Delaney. Having Our Say:
The Delaney Sisters’ First 100 Years. Dell Publishing, 1994.

Dove, Rita. Through the Ivory Gate: A Novel. Random House, 1992.
– The Darker Face of the Earth: a verse Play in Fourteen
Scenes. Story Line Press, 1994.
– Grace Notes. Norton, 1988.
– Lady Freedom Among Us. Janus Press, 1994.
– Mother Love: poems. Norton, 1995.
– Selected Poems. Vintage Books, 1993.
– Thomas & Bulah. Carnegie-Mellon Press, 1986.
– Carnegie-Mellon Press, 1986.
– Through the Ivory Gates. Pantheon Books, 1986.
– The Yellow House on the corner: poems. Carnegie-Mellon
Press, 1986.

Dunbar-Nelson, Alice Moore. Give us each day: the diary of Alice
Dunbar-Nelson. W. W. Norton, 1984.

Edelman, Marian Wright. The Measure of Our Success: A Letter to My
Children and Yours. Beacon Press, 1992.

Evans, Mari. I am a Black Woman. Writers & Readers Publishing,

Giddings, Paula. When and Where I Enter: The Impact of Black
Women on Race and Sex in America. Bantam Doubleday.
– In search of sisterhood: Delta Sigma Theta and the
Challenge of the Black sorority movement. Morrow,

Giovanni, Nikki. Racism 101. William Morrow & Co. 1994.
– Spin a Soft Black Song. Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 1987.

Golden, Marita. And Do Remember Me. Doubleday, 1992l
– Wild Women Don’t Wear No Blues. Doubleday, 1993.

Greenfield, Eloise. First Pink Light. Writers & Readers Publishing
– The Friends, Bantam Doubleday Dell, 1983.

Hamilton , Virginia. Drylongso. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1992.
– The People Could Fly. Alfred A. Knopf, 1988.
– Many Thousand Gone . et al. 1993.

Hare, Maud (Cuney). Negro musicians and their music. W.W. Norton,
Hedgeman, Anna Arnold. The gift of chaos: decades of American
Discontent. Oxford University Press, 1977.
– The Trumpet Sounds, A memoir of Negro Leadership.
Holt, 1964.

Holloway, Karla F. C. Moorings & Metaphors: Figures of Culture &
Gender in Black Woman’s Literature. Rutgers University Press, 1992.

Hooks, Bell. Black Looks: Race & Representations. South End Press,
– Ain’t I Woman: Black women and feminism. South End
Press, 1981.
– Breaking bread: insurgent Black Intellectual Life South
End Press, 1991.
– Feminist theory from margin to center. South End Press,
– Killing rage: ending racism. H. Holt & Co. , 1995.
– Outlaw Culture: resisting representations. Routledge,
– Sisters of the yam; black women and self recover. South
End Press, 1993.
– Teaching transgression: education as the practice of
freedom. Routledge, 1994.
– A Woman’s mourning song. Harlem River Press, 1993.
– Yearning : race, gender and cultural politics. South End
Press, 1990.

Hull, Gloria. Give Us Each Day: The Diary of Alice Dunbar-Nelson.

Hunter, Kristin. God Bless the Child. Howard University Press, 1987.

Hunter, LaToya. The Diary of LaToya Hunter: My First in Junior High.
Random House, 1993.

Jacobs, Harriet A. Incidents in the life of a salve girl. Oxford
University Press, 1988.

Jamison, Judith. Dancing Spirit. Doubleday, 1993.

Lawrence-Lightfoot, Sara. Balm in Gilead: Journey of a Healer.
Addison – Wesley Publishing, 1988.
I’ve Known Rivers: Lives of Loss and Liberation. et
Lewis, Samella. African American Art and Artist. University of
California Press, 1994.
– African American Art. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich,
– Black Artists on Art. Scrippsiana Collection, 1969.

Madgett, Naomi Long. Ocativia Poems. Third World Press. 1992.

Mathis, Sharon Bell. Teacup Full of Roses. Puffin Books, 1987.

Moody, Anne. Coming of Age in Mississippi: An Autobiography. Dell
Publishing, 1991.

Morrison, Toni. Beloved. Dutton/New American Library, 1991.
Jazz. Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. 1992.
Playing in the Dark: Whiteness & The Literary
Imagination. Harvard University Press, 1992.

McKissack, Patricia. Mirandy and Brother Wind. Alfred A Knopf,

The Dirty Thirty: Southern Tales of the Supernatural. et
al. 1992.
– Christmas in the Big House; Christmas in the Quarters.
Scholastic Inc. 1994.

Murray, Pauli. Dark Testament and other poems. Silvermine, 1970.
Human Rights U. S. A. 1948-1966. Board of Missions,
Methodist Church, 1967.
– Proud Shoes: The Story of an American family. Harper &
R., 1978.
– Song in a weary throat: an American pilgrimage. Harper
& Row, 1987.
States laws on race and color. W.S.C.S, Methodist
– Church, 1951.
States laws on race and color, and appendices containing
international documents, federal laws and regulations,
local ordinances and charts. W. S. C. S., Methodist
Church, 1950.

Naylor, Gloria. Mama Day. Random House, 1989.
Bailey’s Cafe. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1992.

Nelson, Jill. Volunteer Slavery. Noble Press, 1993.

Painter, Nell Irvin. Exodusters: Black migration it Kansas after
Reconstruction. Knopf, 1977.
– The narrative of Hosea Hudson, His life as a Negro
Communist in the South. Harvard University Press,
Pemberton, Gayle. The Hottest Water in Chicago. Faber & Faber Inc.,

Petry, Ann. The Street. Hugh Mann Publishers, 1992.

Pinkery, Gloria Jean & Jerry. Back Home. Dial Books, 1992.

Reagan, Bernice Johnson. We’ll Understand it Better By and By:
Pioneering African American Gospel Composers, Smithsonian
Institution Press, 1992.

Regan, Helen B. Out of women’s experience: creating relational
leadership. Corwin Press, 1995.

Riley, Dorothy Winbush. (ed) My Soul Looks Back, ‘Less I Forget.
Harper Collins Publishers, 1993.

Ringgold, Faith. Aunt Harriet’s Underground Railroad in the Sky.
Crown Publishers, 1992.

Rollins, Charlemae Hill. Famous American Negro Poets, by
Charlemae Rollins. Dodd, Mead, 1965.

Sanchez, Sonia. Under a Soprano Sky. African World Press, 1987.

Sherman, Charlotte Watson. Sisterfire: Black Womanist Fiction and
Poetry. Harper Perennial, 1994.

Shockley, Ann Allen. Afro American women writers: 1746-1933. An
anthology and critical guide. . New American Library, 1988.

Smith Jessie Carney. Notable Black Women, Gale Research, Inc. ,

Smitherman, Geneva. Black Talk: Words and Phrases from the Hood
to the Amen Corner. Houghton Mifflin Co., 1994.

Southerland, Ellease. Let the Lion Eat Straw. 1980.

Strickland, Dorothy & Michael. Families: Poems Celebrating The
African Experience. Boyd Mills Press, 1994.

Tate, Eleanora. The Secret of Gumbo Grove. Bantam Doubleday Dell,
– Front Porch Stories at the One Room School., et al.
Tarry, Ellen. My Dog Rinty. The Viking Press, 1946.
The Third Door; an Autobiography of an American
Negro Woman. Negro University Press, 1971.

Taylor, Mildred. Roll of Thunder, Hear my Cry. Bantam Doubleday
Dell, 1984.

Thomas, Joyce Carol. Bright Shadow. Avon Books, 1983.

Wade-Gayles, Gloria. Pushed Back to Strength. Beacon Press, 1993.

Walker, Alice. The Color Purple. Harcourt Brace Jovanvich. 1982.
– Finding the Green Stone. et al. 1991.
– Ever Day Use. Rutgers University Press, 1994.
– Her Blue Body everything we know: earthling poems,
1965- 1990. Rutgers University Press, 1994.
– Horses make the landscape more beautiful: poems.
Harcourt Press, 1984.
– In love and trouble. Harcourt, 1973.
– In Search of our mother’s gardens: womanist prose.
Harcourt Press, 1983.
– Living by the word. Harcourt Press, 1988.
– Meridian. Harcourt Press, 1992.
– Possessing the secret of joy. Harcourt Press, 1992.
– Revolutionary petunias & other poems. Harcourt Press, 1973.
– The Same River Twice: honoring the difficult: a mediation on life spirit, art and the making of the film: The Color Purple, ten years later. Scribner, 1996.
– The Temple of my Familiar. Harcourt Press, 1989.
– The Third Life of Grange Copeland. Harcourt Press, 1977.
– Warrior Marks: female genital mutilation and the sexual
blinding of women. Harcourt Press, 1993.
– You Can’t Keep a Good Woman Down: Stories. Harcourt Press, 1981.

Walker, Margaret. For My People by Margaret Walker. Yale
University Press, 1942.
– Jubilee. Bantam Doubleday Press, 1984.
– October Journey. Broadside, 1915.
– Prophets for a New Day. Broadside, 1970.
– This is My Century. University of Georgia Press,
Washington, Mary Helen. Memory of Kin. Doubleday, 1991.

West, Dorothy, The Richer, the Poorer: stories, sketches and
reminiscence. Doubleday, 1995.
– The Wedding. Doubleday, 1995.

Wilson, Harriet E. Our Nig, or, sketches from the life of a free black,
in a two story white house, north, showing that slavery’s
shadows fall even there. Random House, 1983

Yarbrough, Camille. Cornrows. Putnam Publishing Group. 1992.
The Shimmershine Queen. Alfred A Knopf, 1990.


Abierta, Alma. Pinto Poetry, Mayo de CRC. University of California,

Alarcon, Norma, Ana Castillo, and Cherrie Moraga. The Sexuality of
Latinas. Third World Press, 1993.
Bibliography of Hispanic Women writers. Chicano –
Riqueno , 1980.
Ninfomania : el discurso feminista en la obra poetica de
Rosario Castellenos. Editorial Pliegos, 1992.

Agosin, Marjorie. Brujas y algo mas. Latin America Literary Review
Press, 1984.
A Cross and a star: memoirs of a Jewish girl in Chile.
University of New Mexico Press, 1995.
A dream of light & shadow: portraits of Latin American
Women writers. (Editor) Et al. 1995.
Happiness: stories. Twayne Publishers. 1986.
Twayne Publishers. 1986.
Sargazo Poems White Pine Press. 1993.
White Pine Press. 1993.
Surviving beyond fear: women, children and human
rights in Latin America. (Editor) White Pine
Press. 1993.
These are not sweet girls : Latin American women poets.
White Pine Press, 1994 (Editor)
Toward the splendid city. Bilingual Press, 1994
Women of Smoke: Latin American women in literature &
life. Red Sea Press, 1989.

Anzaldua, Gloria. Borderlands; the new mestiza La frontera.
Spinsters/Aunt Lute, 1987.
– Making Face, Making Soul. (Editor) Aunt Lute, 1990.
– This Bridge Called My Back. (Co-Editor) ISM Press, 1988.

Boza, Maria del Carmen, Beverly Silva, and Carmen Valle. Nosotras:
Latina literature today. Bilingual Review/Press, 1986.

Castillo, Ana. Massacre of the dreamers: essay on Xicanisma.
University of New Mexico Press, 1994.
So far from God. 1993.

Castillo-Speed, Lillian. Latina : women’s voices from the borderlands.
Simon & Schuster, 1995

Chavez, Denise. Shattering the myth: plays by Hispanic Women.
(Selected By) Arte Publico Press, 1992

Delgado, Asuncion. Breaking the boundaries Latina writing and
critical readings. U of Mass. Press, 1980.

Dwyer, Carlota Cardenas de. Chicano voices. Houghton Mifflin, 1975.

Fernandez, Roberta and Jean Franco. (Editors) In other words:
literature by Latinas of the United States. Arte Publico Press. 1994

Gaspar de Alba, Alicia. Three times a woman: Chicana poetry. 1989.

Gomez, Alma. (Editor) Cuentos: stories by Latinas. Kitchen Table,
World of Color Press, 1983.

Gonzalez, Tanya. The Re-Presentation of identity in Chicana and U.S.
Puerto Rican women writers. 1995. (Thesis From Scripps College.)

Harth, Dorothy E. Voices of Aztlan; Chicano Literature of today.
University of Arizona Press, 1974.

Herrera-Sobek, Maria and Helena Viramontes. (Editors) Chicana
Creativity and Criticism: Charting New Frontiers in American
Literature. Arte Publico Press, 1988.
Beyond Stereotypes: the critical analysis of Chicana literature.(Editor) 1988.
The Mexican Corrido: a feminist analysis. 1990.
Northward bound: the Mexican immigrant experience in
ballad and song. 1993.

Lopez, Tiffany Ana. Growing up Chicana/o: an Anthology. W.
Morrow, 1993.

Mendoza,-Lopez, Margarita. Catalogo de publicacines periodicas
mexicanas. Mexico, 1959.

Mora, Pat. Chants. Arte Publico Press, 1993
Nepantla: Essays fro the land in the middle. 1993.

Moraga, Cherrie. This Bridge Called my Back. (Editor) ISM Press,
Heroes & Saints & other plays. West End Press, 1994.
The last generation: prose and poetry. South End Press,
Loving in the War Years: lo que nunca paso por sus labios.
South End Press, 1983.
Giving Up the Ghost: teatro in two acts. West end Press,

Morales, Aurora Levins, Getting home alive. Firebrand Books, 1980.

Niggli, Josephina. Mexican folk plays,. 1938.
Mexican Village. 1945.
Pointers on playwriting 1945.
Step Down Elder Brother. 1947.

Obejas, Achy. We all came the way from Cuba so you could dress like
that? 1994.

Quinones, Lolly. Midlife lines. 1979.

Quinonez, Lora Ann. Starting points; six essays based on the
experience of U.S. Women Religious.

Rebolledo, Tey Diana and Eliana S. Rivero. (Editors) Infinite
Divisions: An anthology of Chicana literature University of Arizona
Press, 1993
Women singing in the snow.; a cultural analysis of
Chicana literature. U of A Press, 1995.

Rivera, Beatrice. African passions and other stories. Arte Publico
Press, 1995.

Rivera, Diana. Bird language. Bilingual Press, 1994.

Tashlik, Phyllis. (Editor) Hispanic, Female and Young: An Anthology.
Pinata Books, 1994.

Telgan, Diane and Jim Kamp. Notable Hispanic Women. Cale
Research, 1993.

Vigil, Evangelina. Woman of her word: Hispanic women write. Arte
Publico Press, 1987.

Native American

Allen, Paula Gunn. (Editor) Voice of the Turtle: American Indian
Literature. Ballantine Books, 1984.
Spider Woman’s Granddaughters: Traditional Tales and
Contemporary Writings by Native American
Women. (Editor) Beacon Press, 1980.
Grandmother’s of the light: a medicine’s woman
source book. Beacon Press, 1991
The Sacred Hoop: recovering the feminine in American
Indian traditions. Beacon Press, 1986.
Studies in American Indian literature: critical essays and
course designs. MLA, 1983.
Bartlett, Mary Dougherty. (Editor) The New Native American Novel:
works in Progress. University of New Mexico Press, 1980.

Brant, Beth. A gathering of spirit: a collection by North American
Indian women. Firebrand books, 1988.
A Gathering of Spirit: a collection North American Indian.
(Editor) Sinister Wisdom Books, 1984.

Brown, Dee. Creek Mary’s Blood: A novel . Holt, Rinehart, & Winston,

Crowdog, Mary. Ohitika Woman. Grove Press, 1993.
Grove Press, 1993.

Demeracopulou, Dorothy. Wintu Songs. (1905)

Glancy, Diane. Claiming Breath. University of Nebraska, 1992.
Monkey Secret. TriQuarterly Books, 1995.

Green, Rayna. That’s what she said: contemporary poetry and fiction
by Native American Women. Indiana University Press, 1984.

Hale, Janet Campbell. Bloodlines: odyssey of a native daughter.
Random House, 1993.

Harjo, Joy. In Mad Love and War. Wesleyan University Press, 1990.
Secrets from the center of world. University of Arizona,
She had some horses. Thunder Mouth’s Press, 1983.
Spiral of memory: interviews. University of Michigan
Press, 1996.
The woman who fell from the sky. W. W. Norton, 1994.

Hogan, Linda. Book of Medicines: Poems. Coffee House Press, 1993.
Dwellings: a spiritual history of living world. W. W.
Horton, 1995.
Savings: poems. Coffee House Press, 1988.
Seeing the sun. Solar System: a novel University of
Massachusetts Press, 1985.

Johnson, Pauline C. The Moccasin Maker. University of Arizona
Press, 1987.

Kidwell, Clara Sue. The Choctaws: a critical bibliography. Published
for the Newberry Library by Indiana University Press, 1980.

Medicine, Bearnice & Patricia Albers. The Hidden Half: studies of
Plains Indian Women. University Press of America, 1983.

Qoyawayman, Polingayse, No turning back; a true account of a Hopi
Indian girl’s struggle to bridge the gap between the world
of her people and the world of the white man. University
of New Mexico Press, 1964.

Rose, Wendy. Lost copper: Poems. Malki Museum Press, 1980

Shaw, Anna Moore. A Pima Past. University of Arizona, 1974.

Silko, Leslie. Almanac of the dead: a novel. Simon & Schuster, 1991.
Ceremony. Penguin Books, 1986.
– The delicacy and strength of lace: letters between Leslie
Marmon Silko. Graywolf Press, 1986.
– Storyteller. Arcade Publishing, 1981.

Sneve, Virginia Driving Hawk. Completing the circle. University of
Nebraska Press, 1995.

Spaulding, Phebe Catalle. The Tahquitch Maiden, a Tale of the San
Jacintos… P. Elder & Co. 1858-1937.

Whiteman, Roberta Hill. Star Quilt: Poems. Holy Cowl Press, 1984.

Asian American

Cha, Theresa Hak Kyung. Writing self, writing nation: a collection of
essays on Dictee . Third World Press, 1994.

Cheung, King-Kok. Articulate silences: Hisaye Yamato, Maxine Hong
Kingston, Joy Kagawa. Cornell University Press, 1993.
American Literature: an annotated bibliography. MLA of
America, 1988.
Seventeen Syllables. Rutgers University Press, 1994.

Divakaruni, Chitra Banerjee. Black Candle: Poems about women from
India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. CALYX, 1991.

Gish, Jen. Typical American. Houghton Mifflin, 1991.

Hagedorn, Jessica Tarahata. Dangerous Music. Momo’s Press, 1975.
Dogeaters. Pantheon Books, 1990.

Houston, Jeanne Wakatsuki. Farewell to Manzanar; a true story of
Japanese American experience during and after the World War II
internment. Houghton Mifflin, 1973.

Hsu, Kai-yu. Asian American authors. Houghton Mifflin, 1972.
Cho En-lai: China’s gray eminence. Anchor Books, 1968.

Kadohata, Cynthia. The Floating World. Viking Press, 1989.
In the heart of the valley of love. Viking Press, 1992.

Kim, Elaine. Asian American Literature, and introduction to the
writings and their social context. Temple University Press, 1982
Charlie Chan is dead: an anthology of contemporary Asian
American Fiction. Penguin Books, 1993.

Kingston, Maxine Hong. China Men. Knopf, 1980.
Articulate silences: Hisaye Yamato, Maxine Hong
Kingston, Joy Kagawa. Cornell University Press,
Hawaii one summer. Meadow Press, 1987.
Through the black curtain. UC Berkeley, 1987.
Trip master monkey: his fake book. Knopf, 1989.
The Woman Warrior: memoirs of a girlhood among
ghosts. Random House, 1976.

Kogawa, Joy. Ushinawareta socoku. Futami Shobo, 1983.
Articulate silences: Hisaye Yamato, Maxine Hong
Kingston, Joy Kagawa. Cornell University Press,

Lim, Shirley Geok Lin Lim, Mayumi Tsutakawa, and Maragrita
Donnally. (Managing Editors) The Forbidden Stitch: An Asian
American Women’s Anthology. Calyx Books, 1980.

Lord, Bette. Legacies: a Chinese Mosaic. Knopf, 1990.

Mehta, Gita. Karma cola: marketing the mystic East. Simon and
Schuster, 1979.
A River Sutra. Vintage Books, 1994.

Min, Anchee. Katherine. Riverhead Books, 1995.

Mirikitani, Janice. Sheding silence. Celestial Arts, 1987.

McCunn, Ruthanne Lum. Chinese American Portraits: personal
histories 1928-1988. Chronicle Books, 1988.

Sansan. The Eighth Moon. Harpers & R. , 1964.

Sidhwa, Bapsi. The Crow Eaters. Cape, 1980.

Song, Cathy. Picture Bride. Yale University Press, 1983.
School Figures. University of Pittsburgh Press, 1994.
Suleri, Sara. Meatless Days. University of Chicago Press, 1989.
The Rhetoric of English India. University of Chicago
Press, 1992.

Uchida, Yoshiko. Desert Exile: the uprooting of a Japanese American
Family. University of Washington Press, 1982.

Uno, Roberta. (Editor) Unbroken Thread: An anthology of Plays by
Asian American Women. University of Massachusetts, 1993.

Watanabe, Sylvia and Carol Bruchac. (Editors) Home to Stay: Asian
American Women’s Fiction. Greenfield Press, 1990.

Wong, Jade Snow. Fifth Chinese Daughter. Harper, 1950.

Yamato, Hisaye. Seventeen syllables. Rutgers University Press,

Yu, Connie. Chinatown, San Jose, USA. San Jose Historical Museum
Association, 1991.

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