Push – Book Review

Clareece Precious Jones is sixteen and pregnant, her first child born out of her father's sexual abuse and rape. Walking the vicious streets of Harlem is nothing for Precious. Her raging mother doesn't think that Precious is doing anything but wasting time by trying to get her G.E.D. Even with the ghetto before her and … Continue reading Push – Book Review

White Goat, Black Sheep

Summary Kimberly Ann Priest's White Goat, Black Sheep is a soul-stirring collection of haunting poetry. Priest weaves sexual abuse, trauma, motherhood, and religion into a narrative tapestry that spans the entire human condition. Her words are a solemn ode for the birth, growth, and loss of childhood innocence. Initial Impressions After having had the pleasure of meeting … Continue reading White Goat, Black Sheep