WALKER, ALICE, 1944-
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Subseries 5.2
Printed material about Alice Walker, 1961-2014
Box 153 - Box 164, 251; OP 14-21

Scope and Content Note

Printed material about Alice Walker includes articles, fliers, programs, reviews, and promotional material about her books and novels. Articles include clippings from 1963-2014 and range from the Butler-Baker News and the Spelman Spotlight concerning Alice Walker's academic career to full profiles in national publications such as the New York Times and Life Magazine. Fliers announcements, and invitations document Walker's appearances, readings, and book signings; more printed material from Walker's appearances may be found in the Subject files (Series 3) and the Publishing files (Series 4). This subseries also includes reviews, books covers, advertisements, and other promotional material concerning Walker's novels, poetry collections, and other publications.

Arrangement Note

Arranged by record type; then in chronological order.

Articles
Box Folder Content
153 1 Clippings, undated
153 2 Clippings, 1963-2003
251 24 Clippings, 2016-2017
153 3 "'Color Purple' OK with committee," Richard Colvin, The Tribune, undated The Tribune, undated
153 4 "En Svart Historia! Alice Walker," Marie Westerlund, undated
153 5 "Sfida al silenzio," Sara Poli, undated
153 6 "She Deserves a Hug.." Shirley Stott Despoja, Advertiser, undated
153 7 "Farmers Build School to Educate Children," [1948?]
153 8 Butler-Baker News, "Au Revoir Class of 1961.." Vol. 4, No. 2, May 23, 1961
OP14 "1964-65 Merrill Scholars Named" and "Who's Who Winners for 1964," Spelman Spotlight, Vol. 25, No. 4, December 17, 1963 [two copies; one copy has handwritten note from Alice Walker to her mother]
153 9 "Putnam Native Essay Winner," 1967
153 10 "Books Noted," Negro Digest, September 1967
153 11 "Alice Walker Wins Writing Fellowship" [1969] [National Endowment for the Arts Discovery Award]
153 12 "Understanding Walker; the woman; the writer," Bonnie Smith, Simmons College Newspaper [circa 1970s]
153 13 "Black Author, Wife of White Lawyer, Tells of Life in Mississippi," Joy Stilley [circa 1970]
153 14 "Interracial Couple Tells of Life in Mississippi," Joy Stilley, Daily Press [circa 1970]
153 15 "Sharecropper's Kin Pens 3rd Book, 'People's Hearts Not Affected by Man's Laws,'" Betty Curtis [circa 1970]
153 16 "Tougaloo Writer-in-Residence," Tougaloo News, June 1970
153 17 "Hostility Fails to Dampen Her Creativity," Eleanor Page, Chicago Tribune, August 8, 1970
153 18 "She Tells It Like It Is," Mary Engels, Daily News, August 8, 1970
153 19 "A long and happy life to Alice Walker," Panorama-Chicago Daily News, August 8-9, 1970
153 20 "Teacher Writes Book, Assails White People," JET, September 3, 1970
153 21 "Mississippi 'Black Home,' A Sweet and Bitter Bluesong," June Jordan, The New York Times Magazine, October 11, 1970
153 22 "She's Ploughing A Literary Career," Kristi Witker, Long Island Press, October 27, 1970
153 23 "When They Look at Us, 'They Don't See a Couple - They See Black and White,'" Kristi Witker, The Sunday Bulletin, November 8, 1970
153 24 "Work of Rare Power and Beauty," Loyle Hairston, Freedomways, Vol. 11, No. 2, (Second Quarter) 1971
153 25 "JSC Black Culture Institute Planned," The Clarion Ledger, June 13, 1971
153 26 "A woman's place," Sara Sanborn, Harvard Bulletin, June 1972
153 27 "Women Who Are Writers in Our Country: One Out of Twelve," Tillie Olsen, College English, Vol. 34, No. 1, October 1972
153 28 "Alice Walker Is Speaker at Florida Meet," [circa 1973]
153 29 "Black Poetry Explored, Crowd Drawn to Poetry Readings," Dave Talaga, [circa 1973]
153 30 "First and Last Things," Jay Halio, The Southern Review, January 1973, p. 455-467
153 31 "Reflections of Black History Week," CM Life, February 23, 1973 [photograph only]
153 32 "Her Poetry Fights Depression," Virginia Bohlin, Boston Herald American, June 29, 1973
153 33 "Black Women Explore 'Myths and Realities' in Two-Day Symposium," Radcliffe News from the College, Summer 1973
153 34 "Phyllis Wheatley Poetry Festival," Jackson Women's Coalition Newsletter, September/October 1973
153 35 "Lady Encore," Encore, November 1973
153 36 "Walker Speaks Friday, Poet Comes 'Home'," The Mercer Cluster, February 19, 1974
153 37 "Alice Walker Wins Award," The Clarion Ledger, March 16, 1974 [Richard and Hinda Rosenthal Foundation Award]
153 38 Newsletter, National Book Committee, March 18, 1974
153 39 Nominations for the 1974 National Book Awards, New Yorker, April 1, 1974
153 40 "11-County Library Meet to Attract 100," The Clarion Ledger, April 28, 1974
153 41 "Lookout," People, June 24, 1974
153 42 "The Higher Ground of Alice Walker," John Callahan, The New Republic, September 14, 1974
153 43 "595 Awarded Degrees at 58th Commencement," Living at Russell Sage College, Summer Edition, 1975 [Walker received honorary degree]
153 44 "Women's Conference To Highlight Literature," The Sewanee Purple, February 27, 1975
153 45 "Black Women and Publishing," Modern Language Association of America, 1976
153 46 Letters to the editor, Ms. Magazine, April 1976
153 47 "A hard look: Black marriages-victims of the affluent rat race," San Francisco Sunday Examiner & Chronicle, April 25, 1976
153 48 "Doing Research on Black American Women," Women's Studies Newsletter, Vol. 4, No. 2, Spring 1976
153 49 "Women of Letters," Helen Smith, Atlanta Constitution, June 12, 1976
153 50 "A Child of the South, a Writer of the Heart," Jacqueline Trescott, The Washington Post, August 8, 1976
153 51 "Alice Walker honored at supper," Kay Bourne, Bay State Banner, November 25, 1976
153 52 "White Woman, Black Women: Inventing an Adequate Pedagogy," Nancy Hoffman, Women's Studies Newsletter, Vol. 5, Nos. 1 and 2, Winter/Spring 1977
153 53 "Ascension Rising," E. Ethelbert Miller, iahnews, Institute for the Arts and Humanities, Howard University, Spring 1977
153 54 "Muriel at 65: Still Ahead of Her Time," Louise Bernikow, Ms. Magazine, January 1979
153 55 "The voices of black Southern women," Mickey Friedman, San Francisco Examiner, January 28, 1980
153 56 "Alice Walker," Black Voice/Carta Boricua, April 2, 1980
154 1 "Award Winning Author Speaks," Douglass College Caellian, April 3, 1980
154 2 "Alice Walker's written word is painfully honest," Brenda Payton, Oakland Tribune, May 18, 1980
154 3 "Alice Walker Will Always Remain Part of the South," Faye Goolrick, Atlanta Constitution, November 20, 1980
154 4 "Wholeness Is No Trifling Matter; Some Fiction By Black Women," New Women's Times Feminist Review, Pt.1 No.13, December 1980/January 1981, Pt. 2 No. 13, February/March 1981
154 5 "Toni Morrison's Black Magic," Jean Strouse, Newsweek, March 30, 1981
154 6 "Tillie Olsen Day," Circling The Square, May 1981
154 7 "In Honor Of An Uncommon Common Writer," Anne Hershey, [about Tillie Olsen], San Francisco Sunday Examiner & Chronicle, July 5, 1981
154 8 "Happy Birthday Alice," The Sun Reporter, February 11, 1982,
154 9 "Do You Know This Woman?" by Gloria Steinem, p. 35-37, 89-94, "Her Mother's Gifts" by Mary Helen Washington, p. 38, Ms. Magazine, June 1982
154 10 "Alice Walker's daring reach," Diana Ketcham, The Tribune, July 11, 1982
154 11 "Taking a risk for affirmation," Diana Ketcham, The News Leader, August 22, 1982
154 12 "Depicting struggle, survival is the task for Alice Walker," Richard Gregory Lewis, The National Leader, October 7, 1982
154 13 "Power trio draws spirited crowd," Candyce Norvell, The Ann Arbor News, October 9, 1982
154 14 "'The Color Purple' didn't come easy," Alice Walker, San Francisco Chronicle Review, October 10, 1982
154 15 "Profiles in Purple and Black," Megan Rosenfield, Washington Post , October 15, 1982
154 16 "Author Alice Walker to speak at Clark," The Evening Gazette, October 22, 1982
154 17 "Book review series scheduled this week at Tougaloo College," Clarion Ledger, January 18, 1983
154 18 "Discussion to Focus on Alice Walker's Book," Every Woman's Council, Issue No. 44, March 1983
154 19 "' 'Night, Mother," Wins Pulitzer," Deidre Carmody, The New York Times, April 19, 1983
154 20 "Alice Walker Wins Pulitzer Prize," Eatonton Messenger, April 21, 1983
154 21 "Faces of Civil Struggles," Rob Fowler, The Mendocino Beacon, August 25, 1983
154 22 "Alice Walker on the set of The Color Purple," Trade News [circa 1984]
154 23 "Really Neat, Alice," The Observer, [circa 1984]
154 24 "Alice Walker," Current Biography, Vol. 45, No. 3, 1984
154 25 "Alice Walker wins Townsend award," [1984]
154 26 "A Mirror to Alice's World," Onye Wambu [1984]
OP15 "Telling the Black Woman's Story," David Bradley, The New York Times Magazine, January 8, 1984
154 27 "Svart og Fioletti," Ingebjørg Nesheim, Mnedens Bok, Bokspeilet, April 1984
154 28 "La Regazzina Nera Che Scriveva a Dio," Fernanda Pivano, Il Corriere Della Sera, June 18, 1984
154 29 "'Color Purple' OK with Committee," Richard Colvin, The Oakland Tribune, June 22, 1984
154 30 "Canto color porpora," Sandra Artom, Il Giorgnale, July 15, 1984
154 31 "Writers Union Meeting Criticizes Publishers," Edwin McDowell, New York Times, October 22, 1984
154 32 "'Purple' seen as color of change," Judy Keen, The Stockton Record, [circa 1985]
154 33 "Geschichten aus dem Schwarzen Süden," Diezeit, February 1985
154 34 "'Color Purple' Writer Evokes Excitement," Albuquerque Journal, March 13, 1985
154 35 "Alice Walker's Vision of Renewal," New Age, May 1985
154 36 "Alice Walker, Other Writers Arrested in UC Protests," San Francisco Chronicle, May 9, 1985
154 37 "Alice Walker: Enduring in the Face of Everything," Leonie Caldecott, Good Housekeeping, June 1985
154 38 "Alice Walker Hits Town," Monique Ngozi Nri, Concord Weekly, June 1985
154 39 "Alice Walker's 'Grange' Brought to Stage," San Francisco Chronicle, June 19, 1985
154 40 "Hollywood and the Novelist - It's a Fickle Romance, at Best," Edwin McDowell, The New York Times, July 14, 1985
154 41 "Why This Woman is a Womanist (Or How to Read Alice Walker)," Lucia Otto, Westindian Digest, August 1985
154 42 "Alice Walker at the Poetry Centre and the Africa Centre," Artrage, Autumn 1985
154 43 "Alice Walker on Making The Color Purple, Holly Near, with Amy Banks, Voices, The Newsletter of Redwood Records Cultural and Educational Fund, Fall 1985
154 44 "The story behind the movie: Alice Walker on the set of 'The Color Purple'," William Goodstein, Trade News, Publisher's Weekly, September 6, 1985
154 45 "Why Hollywood's new golden age has tarnished," USA Today, October 11, 1985
154 46 "Book Notes," Savannah News Press, [December 1985]
154 47 "The Making of 'The Color Purple'," Susan Dworkin, Ms. Magazine, December 1985
154 48 "The Making of 'The Color Purple," San Francisco Focus, December 1985 San Francisco Focus, December 1985
- - "Author Alice Walker Discusses 'The Color Purple'" Mona Gable, The Wall Street Journal, December 19, 1985 [See Subseries 5.1, Printed Material by Alice Walker, Letters to the Editor, "The Color Purple," The Wall Street Journal, January 13, 1986] The Wall Street Journal, January 13, 1986]
- - "As Spielberg's Film Version Is Released," Julie Salamon, The Wall Street Journal, December 19, 1985 [See Subseries 5.1, Printed Material by Alice Walker, Letters to the Editor, "The Color Purple," The Wall Street Journal, January 13, 1986] The Color Purple," The Wall Street Journal, January 13, 1986]
154 49 "Purple power," Desson Howe, The Washington Post, December 19, 1985
154 50 "Alice Walker to Give Reading During Celebration at Rock Eagle," The Eatonton Messenger, [circa 1986]
154 51 "Le passé compose d'Alice Walker," Elizabeth Beranger, 1986 [reprint]
154 52 West Coast Women Scholars Newsletter, January 1986
154 53 "Are we of mice or men?" Jack Smith, Los Angeles Times, January 16, 1986
154 54 "For 'Color Purple' author, a hometown premier," William Schmidt, New York Times, January 18, 1986
154 55 "Reading to Save Your Own Life," Lynda Koolish, San Francisco Chronicle, January 19, 1986
OP16 Eatonton Messenger, multiple articles about premiere of "Color Purple" in Eatonton, January 23, 1986 Color Purple" in Eatonton, January 23, 1986
154 56 "Purple Rain," US magazine, January 27, 1986
154 57 "3 'Color Purple' actresses talk about its impact," Jack Matthews, Los Angeles Times, January 31, 1986 Los Angeles Times, January 31, 1986
154 58 "Alice Walker shares her theology of worship from within," The Tribune, January 31, 1986
154 59 "Silent Witness," Amy Ward, Minnesota, January/February 1986
154 60 "The Making of Whoopi," Carinthia West, Cosmopolitan, February 1986
154 61 "Debate continues over 'Color Purple'," West County Times, February 2, 1986 West County Times, February 2, 1986
154 62 "'Color Purple,' 'Out of Africa' Top Oscar Nominees," Bob Thomas, West County Times, February 6, 1986 West County Times, February 6, 1986
154 63 "Alice Walker goes home to Eatonton, GA for 'Color Purple' Premiere," Jet, February 10, 1986 Jet, February 10, 1986
154 64 "For Many, 'The Color Purple' is All Too Vivid," Richard Prince, Democrat and Chronicle, February 19, 2005 Democrat and Chronicle, February 19, 2005
154 65 "Actresses' varied roads to 'The Color Purple,' Nan Robertson, The New York Times, February 21, 1986 [syndicated in West County Times] West County Times]
155 1 "Richmond Proletarians speak out on 'The Color Purple'," reprinted from the Revolutionary Worker, March 3, 1986 [clipped together with cover letter] Revolutionary Worker, March 3, 1986 [clipped together with cover letter]
155 2 "Thoughts on 'The Color Purple'," Carl Dix, Revolutionary Worker, March 3, 1986 Revolutionary Worker, March 3, 1986
155 3 "'Purple' Author tells of 'Blue'," Bev Reeves, Ukiah Daily Journal, March 9, 1986 Ukiah Daily Journal, March 9, 1986
155 4 "Correspondence on 'The Color Purple'," Revolutionary Worker, March 10, 1986 Revolutionary Worker, March 10, 1986
155 5 "Margaret Avery says she 'couldn't buy a job before 'The Color Purple'," Jet, March 10, 1986 Jet, March 10, 1986
155 6 "On a clear day you can't see Boonville," Gaye LeBaron, The Press Democrat, March 10, 1986
155 7 "Seeing Red over Purple," John Stark, People, March 10, 1986
155 8 "Danny Glover: Villain in 'Color Purple' is a kind family man," Jet, March 17, 1986 Jet, March 17, 1986
155 9 "Warner's Scenario for Hits," Geraldine Fabrikant, Business Day, The New York Times, March 21, 1986
155 10 "Writing the Black Experience," Marilyn Milloy, Newsday, March 29, 1986
155 11 "Frances Tomelty Top Ten," Women's Review, April 1986
155 12 "The Walker Magnificently Restored," Andrew Johnson, Brooklyn Times, April 10, 1986
155 13 "On the Beam," The Entertainment Showcase, The Sun Reporter, April 16, 1986
155 14 "Alice Walker raises her head," Brett Gilfoil, Revue, April 23, 1986
155 15 "Alice Walker: colors of life in purple and other shades," Dixie Reid, The Sacramento Bee, April 29, 1986
155 16 "Critic's Circle Honors Danny and Marrian Walters," Gene Price, Coming Up! , May 1986
155 17 "Commentary: Womanist perspectives," Peter Kemp, The Times Literary Supplement, May 30, 1986
155 18 "Cherishing a Hopeful Dream," Madeline Randolph, Seikyo Times, June 1986
155 19 "Farrakhan on 'The Color Purple'," The Final Call, June 30, 1986 The Final Call, June 30, 1986
155 20 "Commentary," Ira L. Jeffries, New Harlem Magazine, Spring 1986
155 21 "A Conversation with..Ishmael Reed," Nelson George, Essence, July 1986, p. 38
155 22 "A womanist of our times," The Voice, July 12, 1986
155 23 "Keep 'The Color Purple'," Donald Loepp, Daily Press, July 16, 1986
155 24 "Nevier Film in München: Die Farbe Lila," A.Z. Thiuchen [?], August 1986
155 25 "From Novosibirsk to Andover," New York Times, August 15, 1986
155 26 Catalyst: A Magazine of Heart and Mind, Fall 1986 [issue dedicated to Alice Walker]
155 27 "S. Africa won't see 'Color Purple' yet," New York Post, September 6, 1986 New York Post, September 6, 1986
155 28 "A voice for the unsung," San Francisco Bay Guardian, September 17-24, 1986
155 29 "Royal purple for creative Bay Areans," Barbara Shulgasser, San Francisco Examiner, October 20, 1986
155 30 "Alice Walker Featured in Closed-Circuit Broadcast," [November 1986]
155 31 "A Cross-cultural Harassment: The Case of the Japanese Translation of The Color Purple," and "A Bibliography of Writings by and about Alice Walker in Japan," Minoru Suda, 1987
155 32 "Serving Life Term in Prison, 'Little Songbird' Lifts Voice," David Beasley, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, [1987?]
155 33 "Alice Walker, Coretta Scott King Most Outstanding: Poll,' Jet, January 19, 1987
155 34 "Opening Night for 'Sinning in Sun City'," Sun-Reporter Lifestyles, January 21, 1987
155 35 "Angela Davis To Speak At High School's Black History," The Sun-Reporter, February 4, 1987
155 36 "Alice Walker Delivers Inspiring Message At Alamo Park High School," The Sun Reporter, Vol. 43, No. 7, February 18, 1987
155 37 "Is Margaret Randall a threat to the USA?" advertisement, Belles Lettres, March/April 1987
155 38 "American society's ailments still race, sex bias, Steinem says," Gracie Bonds Staples, The Sacramento Bee, March 24, 1987
155 39 "Pulitzer Prize Winner At Spelman College," Atlanta Daily World, April 5, 1987
155 40 "33 Arrested at Weapon Station," San Francisco Examiner, June 13, 1987
155 41 "Writing & Fighting Ishmael Reed," IMAGE, June 14, 1987
155 42 "La autora de El Color Púrpura," Opina Magazine, July 1987 Opina Magazine, July 1987
155 43 "El Color Purpura," Rolando Perez Court, La Habana, July 1, 1987 La Habana, July 1, 1987
155 44 "Lo imperfect puede ser bello," Gramma, July 4, 1987
155 45 "More Writing and Fighting," Letters, Image, July 19, 1987 [includes letter to the editor by Robert Allen, responding to Steve Chappleand Ishmael Reed on Alice Walker's politics]
155 46 "Alice Walker," Bohemia Magazine, July 24, 1987
155 47 "A Little Pulp, a Lot of Facts," Patricia Holt, San Francisco Chronicle, August 13, 1987
155 48 "Revision as Collaboration: Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God as source for Alice Walker's The Color Purple," Geraldine Smith-Wright, SAGE, Fall 1987 The Color Purple," Geraldine Smith-Wright, SAGE, Fall 1987
155 49 "Managua's First Book Fair," Harriet Rohmer, Publisher's Weekly, September 4, 1987
155 50 "Knocking the 'Bricks of Slander and Bigotry'," San Francisco Review, October 25, 1987, p. 11
155 51 "A Tapestry of Words," Don O'Briant, The Atlanta Constitution, [circa 1988]
155 52 [untitled essay on female reactions to The Color Purple film] Jacqueline Bobo, Camera Obscura, 1988 Camera Obscura, 1988
155 53 "The Color Purple: Black Women and Cultural Readers," Jacqueline Bobo, from Female Spectators Looking at Film and Television, 1988
155 54 "Alice Walker Receives Langston Hughes Award," CCNY, [1988]
155 55 "Blacks Protest Book Award," Patricia Holt, San Francisco Chronicle, January 22, 1988
155 56 "Black Writers in Praise of Toni Morrison," New York Times, January 24, 1988
155 57 "Prize-winning author to speak at FSU today," Kathleen Laufenberg, Florida Flambeau, January 27, 1988
155 58 "Walker Talks of Her Life and Work," Tallahassee Democrat, January 29, 1988
155 59 "Gender gap in black literature decried by authors," Alan Sverdlik, The Atlanta Constitution, April 22, 1988
155 60 "Alice Walker," Nancy Melich, The Salt Lake Tribune, May 8, 1988
155 61 "Mahdi's books get acclaim from U.S. publisher," Amir Sidharta, May 26, 1988
155 62 "Alice Walker: Passionately Herself," Phyllis Barber, Network, Vol. 11, No. 4, July 1988
155 63 "Women Debate Merits Of Power Over Lunch," Nadine Brozan, New York Times, November 18, 1988
156 1 "Georgia Town Welcomes Author Alice Walker Home Again," Alan Sverdlik, Atlanta Constitution, December 23, 1988
156 2 "Alice Walker to read from her new novel at UGA," The Eatonton Messenger, [1989]
156 3 "Alice Walker Comes to Kianga House," Kianga House Newsletter, First Edition, 1989
156 4 "Personal Moments with Alice Walker," Sylvie Drake, Los Angeles Times, January 11, 1989
156 5 "Walker is Getting 'Familiar,'" Los Angeles Herald Examiner, January 11, 1989
156 6 "Deep Purple," David Streitfield, Washington Post Book World, February 12, 1989
156 7 "Booktalk: Alice Walker," Library Journal, February 15, 1989
156 8 "Toward a Psycho-historical Perspective of 'The Color Purple,'" Maxie T. Collier, The Maryland State Black Psychiatrist's Association, March 17, 1989 The Maryland State Black Psychiatrist's Association, March 17, 1989
156 9 "Sifting Through the Controversy: Reading The Color Purple," Jacqueline Bobo, Callaloo, Spring 1989 Callaloo, Spring 1989
156 10 "New Documentary Focuses on Alice Walker," Barbara Bladen, The Times, April 20, 1989
156 11 "Living By The Word," Gregory Jaynes, LIFE, May 1989
156 12 "Alice Walker walks alone," Pamela Reynolds, The Boston Globe, May 6, 1989
156 13 "Alice Walker Finds Roots in African Meeting House," Kay Bourne, Bay State Banner, May 11, 1989
156 14 "Writer Meshes Political Beliefs With Her Art," Demetria Martinez, Albuquerque Journal, August 27, 1989
156 15 "Roundtable Discussion: Christian Ethics and Theology in Womanist Perspective," Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, Fall 1989
156 16 "Alice Walker," Alexis De Veaux, Essence, September 1989
156 17 "Women Who've Changed America," Steve Sumerford, Peacemaker, September 30, 1989
156 18 "Purple Prose," Elle Magazine, October 1989 [includes extract from the Temple of My Familiar, p. 50] Temple of My Familiar, p. 50]
156 19 "Novelist Alice Walker Digresses as Shirley MacLaine of Literature," Chauncey Mabe, The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, November 27, 1989
156 20 "Artists' arrest protested," San Francisco Examiner, December 7, 1989
156 21 "Alice Walker, Going Her Own Way," [circa 1990s]
156 22 "De Amor E Desespero," Luis Marcelo Mendes, [circa 1990s]
156 23 "'Ice' anthology tries to melt black stereotypes," Deirdre Donahue, USA Today, [1990]
156 24 "Alice Walker," Essence, May 1990
156 25 "An Evening With Alice Walker," Sue Anderson, The Urban Spectrum, Vol. 4, No. 2, May 1990
156 26 Vrouwen Weekblad, May-June 1990
156 27 "US Author Walker Reverses Her SA Boycott," Weekly Mail, July 20, 1990 [South Africa]
156 28 "National 75th Anniversary Celebration a Huge Success," [WILPF], Peace and Freedom, July/August 1990
156 29 "People and Books; UK and USA," Monica Sjoo, Wood and Water, Autumn 1990
156 30 "Spelman proudly claims Alice Walker as an alumn," Patricia Graham Johnson, Atlanta Journal Constitution, November 15, 1990
156 31 "Showing both Roots and Wings, Walker bears her gifts to Montgomery," Mike Land, The Alabama Journal, April 17, 1991
156 32 "Fervor Marks 'Mississipp' at Hartford Stage, Hartford Courant, May 20, 1991 [review of From the Mississippi Delta] From the Mississippi Delta]
156 33 "Alice Walker revels in verse-atility," Joan Smith, San Francisco Examiner, May 22, 1991
156 34 "Breakfast with Giff, O'Brien and Walker," Publisher's Weekly, May 24, 1991
156 35 "Zora Neale Hurston: Gone but not forgotten," Lynda Tagliarini, The Tribune, September 29, 1991
156 36 "A View From 'Elsewhere'": Subversive Sexuality and the Rewriting of the Heroine's Story in The Color Purple, Linda Abbandonato, PMLA, Vol. 106, No. 5, October 1991 PMLA, Vol. 106, No. 5, October 1991
156 37 "The Stereotypes of Race," Jack E. White, Time, October 21, 1991
156 38 Review: "Alice Walker," ABC-CLIO: Video Rating Guide for Libraries, Winter 1991
156 39 "Possessing the Secret of Joy," Spelman Messenger, Vol. 107, No. 2, 1992, Alumnae Issue
156 40 "Writers bound together in praise of prose," Rosemary Neill, The Australian, 1992
156 41 Sarton, May, Endgame, A Journal of the Seventy Ninth Year, 1992
156 42 "Alice Walker," Charles Whitaker, Ebony, May 1992
156 43 "Butler-Baker honors author," The Union-Recorder, May 20, 1992
156 44 "Butler-Baker Salutes Alice Walker," The Eatonton Messenger [May 20, 1992?]
156 45 "Alice Walker 'exhausted' but meets fans anyway," Atlanta Journal Constitution, July 14, 1992
156 46 "Alice's Wonderland," Reese Erlich, San Francisco Examiner IMAGE, July 19, 1992
156 47 "Alice Walker Getting the Spirit," Evelyn White, [1993]
156 48 "Ask Alice, I Think She'll Know," Evelyn White, San Francisco Review of Books, [1993]
156 49 "Let's Color Souderton Gray," Hal Marcovitz, The Morning Call, January 25, 1993
157 1 "Love is Alice Walker's key word," Mireya Castañeda, GRANMA International, June 2, 1993
157 2 Reader's Choice Awards, Hot Wire, September 1993
157 3 "Author Dedicates Mural, and Her Poem," Michael Chabler, The Westsider, November 11-17, 1993
157 4 "Belvie Rooks-Publicist/Writer, Writer/Publicist," Camille Ranker, Real Estate Magazine, November 19, 1993
157 5 "Frederick Douglass Awards," On the MOVE, Winter 1993
157 6 "Alice Walker's Compassionate Crusade," Evelyn White, San Francisco Chronicle, December 7, 1993
157 7 "Battling the Butchers, The Fight Against Female Sex Mutilations," The Lesbian News, Vol. 19, No. 7, February 1994
157 8 "Alice Walker Says Award Is No Treasure," Evelyn White, San Francisco Chronicle, April 16, 1994
157 9 "Author reads from works suppressed in California," Eileen Bailey, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, April 20, 1994
157 10 "Black Women on Health Care Reform," The Washington Post, August 16, 1994
157 11 "Book Notes," Mary Tabor, Washington Post, 1995
157 12 "Collecting Alice Walker," First: Collecting Modern First Editions, Kathryn Smiley and Jerry Weinstein, February 1995
157 13 "Before They Got Famous," Gigi Bradford, February 11, 1995, A22, "Drawing the Line on Arts Funding," The Washington Post, February 20, 1995
157 14 "Sisterly Support for Accused," Evelyn White, San Francisco Chronicle, February 20, 1995
157 15 "Painting the Town Purple," Paul Neevel, Eugene Weekly, June 24, 1995
157 16 "Evelyn White; Scholar, Writer, Women's Advocate," Newsletter Women's Studies Program at Mills College, October 1995, p. 1
157 17 "The Backlash Against the Backlash," The Weekend Sun, Saturday Review, February 24, 1996
157 18 "Go Ask Alice," Kate Fitzsimmons, San Francisco Review of Books, March/April 1996
157 19 "A Communion of the Spirits: African-American Quilters, Preservers and Their Stories," Washington Post Book World, release, December 8, 1996
157 20 Excerpts, Oxford Companion to African American Literature, 1997
157 21 "Famed Author Sets Example as a Fighter," The Black Collegian, first semester 1997
157 22 "Freeing The Seed," Anne Simpkinson, Common Boundary, March/ April 1997
157 23 "De Amor E Desespero," Luis Marcelo Mendes, ROCCO, February 1998
157 24 "Commissioners approve Alice Walker monument," Rob Peecher, The Eatonton Messenger, December 7, 1998
157 25 Humanist Profile, The Humanist, January/February 1999
157 26 Europa Verlag, Spring 1999
157 27 "Support Grows for PCRM's Challenge to Dietary Guidelines Bias," Good Medicine, Summer 1999
157 28 "Literary Festival draws crowd and praise," Melissa Pracht, Eatonton Messenger, August 12, 1999
157 29 "Eco-Visionaries," Leslie Guttman, San Francisco Chronicle, October 23, 2000
157 30 "Moving On," Samantha Trenoweth, HQ, December 2000
157 31 "An Explorer of Human Terrain," Mel Gussow, New York Times, December 26, 2000
157 32 "Eatonton native receives more honors," The Eatonton Messenger, December 20, 2001
157 33 "Walker, a native of Eatonton, honored," The Eatonton Messenger, December 24, 2001
157 34 "Remembering Rukeyser," Sarah Lawrence Alumnae Magazine, Spring 2002
157 35 "Flags for Putnam proposed," Cheryl Fincher, Eatonton Messenger, May 2002
157 36 "Faith, Hope, and Clarity," Louis Menand, The New Yorker, September 16, 2002
157 37 "Absolute Alice," Evette Porter, review of Absolute Trust in the Goodness of the Earth, Kelly Norman Ellis,Black Issues Book Review, March-April 2003 Black Issues Book Review, March-April 2003
OP17 Cover, Black Issues Book Review, March-April 2003
157 38 "Poetry begs to be heard," pp. E1, E12, "Poetry affirms humanity," pp. E2, E13, Dennis Lythgoe, Deseret News, April 6, 2003
157 39 "Grave of 'Color Purple' author's slave ancestor discovered," Larry Moore, Eatonton Messenger, July 17, 2003 Eatonton Messenger, July 17, 2003
157 40 "Walker's life was richer than the 'Color Purple'," Eatonton Messenger, July 31, 2003 Eatonton Messenger, July 31, 2003
157 41 "Walker's movie a hit; biography to come," Larry Moore, Eatonton Messenger, September 18, 2003
157 42 Sarah Lawrence, Spring 2004
157 43 "Grandmother Spirit," Bethanne Kelly Patrick, PAGES, March/April 2004
157 44 "Alice Walker opens her heart to Mother Earth," Phyllis Perry, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, April 25, 2004
157 45 "ALICE through the looking glass," Philadelphia Daily News, May 18, 2004
157 46 "Seeing Purple: The Making of a Broadway Musical," Wendell Brock, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, June 20, 2004
157 47 "Alumnae Notes," "Take Note," and review of Now Is the Time to Open Your Heart, Spelman Messenger, Vol. 117, No. 2, Fall 2004 Spelman Messenger, Vol. 117, No. 2, Fall 2004
157 48 "Powerful Purple," Wendell Brock, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, September 18, 2004
157 49 "Alice's Literary Wonderland," San Francisco Chronicle, September 26, 2004
157 50 "Alice Walker, From the Rural South to Pulitzer Prize," San Francisco Book Review, September 26, 2004
157 51 "Alice's True Adventures," Robin Stone, Essence October 2004
157 52 "In Love and Trouble," review of A Life, New York Times Book Review, October 24, 2004
157 53 "A Safe, Admiring Introduction to Alice Walker," Jonah Raskin, The Press Democrat, November 21, 2004
157 54 "Tales of Two Legends," Bethany Schneider, Girlfriends, Dec/Jan 2005
157 55 "Author Alice Walker to speak.." The Charlotte Observer, March 17, 2005
157 56 "A Bid for Harry Potter's Green Fans," Sarah Kershaw, New York Times, July 7, 2005
158 1 "The Legends Lunch, O, The Oprah Magazine, August 2005
158 2 "South: Blacks connect with home," The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, October 30, 2005
158 3 "Purple Musical Ready for Broadway," The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, November 30, 2005
158 4 "State of Excellence," Nathan Cooper, California Style, December 2006
158 5 Womanist Reader: The First Quarter Century of Womanist Thought, Lalyli Phillips, ed., excerpt, 2006
158 6 "In the Looking Glass," Jennifer Frey, Washington Post, November 20, 2006
158 7 "Alice - through the looking-glass," The Chamber Business Report, Eatonton-Putnam Chamber of Commerce, Spring 2007
158 8 "Color Purple Comes to Chicago," Jet, March 19, 2007 Jet, March 19, 2007
OP18 "Chicago Confidential," Matt Lee, Chicago Social, April 2007
158 9 "Will Purple Reign?" Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune Magazine, April 8, 2007 Chicago Tribune Magazine, April 8, 2007
251 25 Langston Hughes, American Poet, Introduction, undated
Other printed material
158 10 Ms. Magazine Subscription promotion, advertisement, undated
158 11 Sylvia Beach Hotel, Newport, Oregon, advertisement, undated
158 12 Zora Neale Hurston and Langston Hughes Award in Creative Writing, Spelman College, announcement, undated
251 1 "Alice Walker Author-Poet," brochure, Eatonton, Georgia, undated
251 2 Eatonton and Putnam Country brochure, undated
158 13 "Black Reflections on the Black Woman," University of Detroit, flyer, undated
158 14 "The Black Woman Writer," lecture by Alice Walker, Feminist Studies Lecture Series, flyer, undated
158 15 "An Evening with Alice Walker," University of Santa Clara, Mayer Theatre, flyer, undated
158 16 "Films by Black Women," introduced by Alice Walker, Mills College, Oklahoma, flyer, undated
158 17 "In Defense of Free Speech," reading by Alice Walker and others, flyer, undated
158 18 Marin Community Colleges Public Events, appearance by Alice Walker, flyer, undated
158 19 Poetry Benefit featuring Alice Walker, Galway Kinnell, Denise Levertov, and Robert Bly, California Bilateral Nuclear Freeze Initiative Campaign, flyer, undated
158 20 "Reading and Discussion with Cuban Poet Nancy Morejon, Introduced by Alice Walker," The Poetry Center, flyer, undated
158 21 "What the Spirits are Up To: Ancestors, Poetry, Politics and Play," lecture by Alice Walker, Springfield, MA, flyer, undated
158 22 Women's Party for Survival, reading by Alice Walker and screening of "Only Justice Can Stop a Curse," San Francisco, flyer, undated
158 23 "Alice Walker," flyer, undated
158 24 Celebration of birth of Robert Nesta Marley, invitation, undated
158 25 "Stop MX," gathering with Livermore Action Group, invitation, undated
158 26 "A Tribute to Alice Walker," Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, promotional brochure, undated
158 27 "Summer Institute In Black Culture," Jackson State College, bulletin, June 14-August 6, 1971
158 28 Book party for Revolutionary Petunias, invitation, February 25, 1973
158 29 "The South and the Imagination" lecture, "These Twenty Years: The South Since the Brown Decision," flyer, April 12, 1973
158 30 Reading by Alice Walker and Michael S. Harper, The Poetry Center of the 92nd Street YM-YWHA, announcement, March 11, 1974
158 31 Book party for Meridian, invitation, July 31, 1976
158 32 "Readings and Music," A Safe Place, flyer, December 12, 1979
158 33 Book party for I Love Myself When I'm Laughing: A Zora Neale Hurston Reader and Good Night, Willie Lee, invitation, December 16, 1979 Good Night, Willie Lee, invitation, December 16, 1979
158 34 Biography of Alice Walker, flyer, [1980?]
158 35 "Botella al mar," Nancy Morejón, prospectus, [1980]
158 36 Afro-American Studies, University of California-Berkeley, announcements and course schedule, Winter 1980
158 37 Alice Walker and Tillie Olsen poetry reading, flyer, April 9, 1980
158 38 Alice Walker reading at Rhode Island College, flyer, April 10, 1980
158 39 Alice Walker reading, [NYU?], flyer, April 11, 1980
158 40 An Evening with Alice Walker, San Francisco Women's Centers / The Women's Building, flyer, March 20, 1981
158 41 "You Can't Keep a Good Woman Down," flyer, May 23, 1981
158 42 "A Tribute to Alice Walker," Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, brochure, 1982
158 43 Humanities Book Colloquium featuring The Color Purple, flyer, October 25, 1983
158 44 Reading by Alice Walker, Hamilton College, flyer December 1, 1983
158 45 "Breaking the Blockade of Ideas," Benefit for Friends of Nicaraguan Culture, flyer and program, December 2, 1983
158 46 "An Evening with Alice Walker," Marcus Bookstore, flyer, December 20, 1983
159 47 Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Annual Report, 1985
158 48 Reception with Alice Walker, launch of "In the Face of War, Women Reconstructing Society," invitation, September 28, 1985
158 49 Daughter of Earth by Agnes Smedley, Feminist Press, handbill, [1986]
158 50 Alice Walker in concert with Sweet Honey in the Rock, promotional materials, September 19, 1986
158 51 Alice Walker satellite broadcast, information packet, November 5, 1986
158 52 Reading by Alice Walker, Alamo Park High School, flyer, February 11, 1987
158 53 Day of Prayer, Ecumenical Peace Institute/CALC, flyer, April 4, 1987
158 54 "Stopping the War Starts Here," flyer, June 12-13, 1987
158 55 "The Time Has Come: End All Aid to Apartheid Israel," New York Times, advertisement, March 13, 1988
158 56 "Meet Alice Walker, Mary Higgins Clark.." Boston Globe Spring Book and Author Luncheon, flyer, May 6, 1988
158 57 NEST Foundation and Winning Democracy reception, invitation, May 6, 1988
158 58 Black Oak Books, flyer, June 1988
158 59 Alice Walker at the Marcus Book Store, flyer, June 4, 1988
158 60 Langston Hughes Festival, flyer, November 1988
158 61 Los Angeles Theatre Center, Fall-Winter Poetry/Literary Series, flyer, 1988-1989
158 62 Friends of the San Francisco Public Library, flyer, 1988-89
158 63 San Antonio Inter-American Bookfair, advertisement, 1989
158 64 "American Literature Today," John Adams Institute, Amsterdam, brochure, 1989-1990
158 65 The Nation anthology book party, flyer, November 4, 1989
158 66 The Richard and Hinda Rosenthal Foundation, report, 1990/91
158 67 Literacy Volunteers of New York City, brochure, March 1991
158 68 "You Can't Keep a Good Woman Down," flyer, April 13, 1991
158 69 An Evening of Readings, Literacy Volunteers of New York City, invitation, May 13, 1991
158 70 "African American Women In Defense of Ourselves," The New York Times, advertisement, November 17, 1991
158 71 Inclusive Classroom Posters, advertisement, 1992
158 72 "International Rallies for Peace and Friendship With Cuba," flyer, 1992
158 73 "Risin' Up..LIVE, flyer, 1992"
158 74 Spelman Symposium: "Young Scholars 'Standing In' for Alice Walker," flyer, December 2, 1992
158 75 Barnes & Noble advertisement, [1993]
158 76 Booksigning, Meristem, Flyer, April 18, 1993
158 77 Fourth Annual Celebration of the Goodness of Life, invitation, August 28, 1993
159 1 Women Make Movies, catalog, 1994
159 2 "Women Who Dared," National Black Women's Health Project, calendar, 1994
159 3 MAMA Awards, invitation, 1994
159 4 Women's Press catalogs, 1994-2000
158 5 California Governor's Awards for the Arts Gala, invitation, March 25, 1994
159 6 Alice Walker, Eatonton-Putnam, brochures, 1995-present
159 7 The Spelman Connection, newsletter, November 1995-January 1996
159 8 New Dimensions catalogs, 1996-1998
159 9 Tubman Museum Sheila Award Dinner honoring Alice Walker, invitation, October 24, 1997
159 10 Reading by Alice Walker, St. Paul Minnesota Public Library, flyer, October 1998
159 11 Alice Walker exhibit at Kirkwood Museum, notice, May 15, 1999
159 12 "African American Dharma Retreat & Conference," announcement, August 15-20, 2002
159 13 Appearance at Amate Books, flyer, October 4, 2002
159 14 92nd Street Y (Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association), reading by Alice Walker, catalog, March 19, 2003
159 15 "Cancer as a Turning Point," conference brochure, September 13-14, 2003
159 16 "An Evening with Alice Walker," Page to Stage: Woodruff Arts Center Literary Series, promotional brochure, April 27, 2004
159 17 The Missing Peace: The Dalai Lama Portrait Project, information packet, June 17, 2004
159 18 Reader's Circle, catalog, 2005
159 19 Anti-war and anti-Bush advertisements and flyers, 2005 and undated
159 20 "Neighbors & Artists," flyer, April 20, 2005
159 21 School celebration, Juan Gil Preciado, Invitation, June 24, 2005
159 22 "The California Hall of Fame," The California Museum for History, Women, and the Arts, booklet, 2006
251 3 "Alice Walker: The Siege of Gaza Is an Attack on the Common Heart," Code Pink, Oakland, California, flier, April 28, 2009
251 4 "An Evening with Alice Walker to Benefit the James Weldon Johnson Institute and Charis Circle," flier, Atlanta, Georgia, October 20, 2010
251 5 "1st Bienal Brasil do Livro eda Leitura," flier, April 14-23, 2012
Programs
159 23 Ivy Leaf Club of Gamma Omicron Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, "Reflections of Alice Walker," undated
159 24 "Alice Walker and the Vukani Mawethu Choir," benefit for medical aid for Southern Africa, undated
159 25 "Everyday Use," one-act play adapted and directed by Guy York, undated
159 26 Schedule, Women Writers Conference, University of Kentucky, undated
159 27 National Black Feminist Organization, First Eastern Regional Conference On Black Feminism, November 30-December 2, 1973
159 27 American Academy of Arts and Letters, May 22, 1974
159 29 Schedule, readings by contemporary authors, Indiana University, 1976
159 30 Schedule and calendar, the Woman's Building, October-November 1976
159 31 Writer's Conference: A Day In Honor of Muriel Rukeyser, December 9, 1978
159 32 Conference at Central Carolina Technical Institute, October 24-26 [1979?]
159 33 Schedule and registration form, American Women In The Arts 1880-1980 conference, March 28-30, 1980
159 34 "Welcome Home Banquet & Book Party" American Legion Post 583 and Auxiliary, April 5, 1980
OP19 Conference on Black South Literature and Art, November 20-22, 1980
159 35 Corine Walker funeral, August 1, 1981
159 36 American Women Writers Tour to China, June 1-21, 1983
159 37 Second Annual Reception Celebrating Women's Leadership, Women's Building of Bay Area, November 19, 1983
159 38 American Book Awards, Catalog of Nominated Books, 1983
159 39 The Reinvestiture of The Stylus Literary Society, Howard University, March 24, 1984
159 40 "The Third Life of Grange Copeland," Lorraine Hansberry Theatre, June 14-July 28, 1985
159 41 "Listen to the Voices," In Celebration of Our Cultural Diversity, March 8, 1986
160 1 The 58th Annual Academy Awards, March 24, 1986
160 2 Spelman Founder's Day, 1987
160 3 Program and article, achna, November 1988
160 4 Brochure, National Alliance for Animals' Educational Fund National Seminar, June 9-12, 1989
160 5 "An Evening with Alice Walker," Temple University, October 31, 1989
160 6 15th Anniversary Celebration of Elizabeth Stone House Inc., December 7, 1989
160 7 Alice Walker at Tufts University, December 8, 1989
160 8 "HBJ Congratulates," PEN Literary Festival and Garden Party, September 23, 1990
160 9 Schedule, The Poetry Center of the 92nd Street Y, 1991-1992
160 10 Schedule, "On Art & Politics," City Arts & Lectures Inc., 1991
160 11 Schedule, etc., Third National Black Writers Conference, Medgar Evers College CUNY, March 22-24, 1991
160 12 Alice Walker's "Down A Lonesome Road," April 28, 1991
160 13 The Films of Pratibha Parmar, February 16-19, 1995
160 14 14th Annual Pan-African Film & Television Festival, February 25-March 4, 1995
160 15 African American Women On Tour, 1996
160 16 Auburn Union, 1997-1998
160 17 Judi Bari Tribute, April 26, 1997
160 18 (Frederick) Michael Walker funeral, July 30, 1997
160 19 Eatonton Literary Festival, August 7, 1999
251 6 Barbara Christian funeral, June 30, 2000
160 20 California Institute of Integral Studies Commencement, May 19, 2002
160 21 In Search of Our Mother's Gardens/Msfitopia, [2003?]
160 22 Octennial Birthday Celebration for Nettie Lee Grant McCrary, April 19, 2003
160 23 Barnard College Gildersleeve Conference assessing Zora Neale Hurston, October 2-3, 2003
160 24 Program, Mosaic Multicultural Foundation, Special Events, 2004
160 25 Curtis Walker funeral, October 4, 2004
160 26 California Hall of Fame, Inaugural Induction and Celebration, 2006
160 27 Ward Chapel AME Church Historical Museum, May 2006
160 28 Eva Clyde Walker memorial service, Stone Mountain, Georgia, August 30, 2008
160 29 Using the Compass of Analytical Psychology, Our Emerging Ways, The North American Conference on Jungian Analysts and Candidates, "Alice and Jung," lecture, October 26-29, 2006
160 30 Santa Monica Public Library, calendar of events, September 2007
160 31 Mother's Day for Peace, Atlanta WAND, May 6, 2008
160 32 "The Voice of Alice Walker," National Black Arts Festival, July 20, 2008
160 33 "An Evening with Alice Walker," Emory University, April 24, 2009
251 7 "Peace Ball, Voice of Hope and Resistance," Washington, DC, January 20, 2013
251 8 "An Evening with Alice Walker," Keystone Honors Academy, Cheyney, Pennsylvania, April 26, 2013
251 9 Mildred Green Grant Skillman funeral program, March 15, 2014
Reviews, promotional material and book covers
160 34 The Best Short Stories by Negro Writers (1967), promotional materials
160 35 The Best Short Stories by Negro Writers (1967), reviews
160 36 Once (1968), book cover
160 37 Once (1968), reviews [See also Subseries 5.2, Printed Material about Alice Walker, Reviews, Good Night, Willie Lee (1984), reviews]
160 38 The Third Life of Grange Copeland (1970), book covers
160 39 The Third Life of Grange Copeland (1970), promotional materials
160 40 The Third Life of Grange Copeland (1970), reviews
160 41 Revolutionary Petunias (1973), reviews
OP20 Revolutionary Petunias, review in South Today, Volume 4, Number 7 (April 1973)
160 42 In Love & Trouble (1973), book cover
160 43 In Love & Trouble (1973), promotional materials
160 44 In Love & Trouble (1973), reviews
160 45 Langston Hughes: American Poet (1974), reviews
161 1 Meridian (1976), book cover
161 2 Meridian (1976), promotional materials
161 3 Meridian (1976), reviews
161 4 Working in Out: 23 Women Writers, Artists, Scientists and Scholars Talk About Their Lives and Work (1977), publicity
161 5 I Love Myself (1979), book cover
161 6 I Love Myself (1979), promotional materials
161 7 I Love Myself (1979), reviews
161 8 You Can't Keep a Good Woman Down (1981), book cover
161 9 You Can't Keep a Good Woman Down (1981), promotional materials
161 10 You Can't Keep a Good Woman Down (1981), reviews
161 11 The Color Purple (1982),
161 12 The Color Purple (1982), book covers
161 13 The Color Purple (1982), promotional materials
161 14 The Color Purple (1982), reviews
161 15 The Color Purple (1982), Cliffs Notes, Gloria Rose, 1986
161 16 The Color Purple (1982), Monarch Notes, Barbara Christian, 1987
161 17 Good Night, Willie Lee (1984), promotional material
161 18 Good Night, Willie Lee (1984), reviews
161 19 In Search of Our Mothers' Gardens (1984), book covers
161 20 In Search of Our Mothers' Gardens (1984), promotional materials
OP21 In Search of Our Mothers' Gardens (1984), promotional material
161 21 In Search of Our Mothers' Gardens (1984), reviews
161 22 Horses Make a Landscape Look More Beautiful (1984), promotional materials
161 23 Horses Make a Landscape Look More Beautiful (1984), reviews
161 24 The Color Purple (1985), film, reviews
162 1 Alice Walker calendar (1985), reviews
162 2 Prize Stories 1986: The O. Henry Awards (1986), reviews
162 3 Roselily (1986), foreign reviews
162 4 Living By the Word (1988), book cover
162 5 Living By the Word (1988), promotional materials
162 6 Living By the Word (1988), reviews
162 7 The Temple of My Familiar (1988), best seller lists
162 8 The Temple of My Familiar (1988), book cover
162 9 The Temple of My Familiar (1988), promotional materials
162 10 The Temple of My Familiar (1988), reviews [1 of 2]
162 11 The Temple of My Familiar (1988), reviews [2 of 2]
162 12 To Hell With Dying (1988), promotional materials
162 13 To Hell With Dying (1988), reviews
162 14 Finding the Green Stone (1991), promotional materials
162 15 Finding the Green Stone (1991), reviews
162 16 Her Blue Body (1991), promotional materials
162 17 Her Blue Body (1991), reviews
162 18 Possessing the Secret of Joy (1992), bestseller lists
162 19 Possessing the Secret of Joy (1992), book cover
163 1 Possessing the Secret of Joy (1992), promotional materials
163 2 Possessing the Secret of Joy (1992), reviews [1 of 2]
163 3 Possessing the Secret of Joy (1992), reviews [2 of 2]
163 4 Meridian, stage production (1992), promotional materials
163 5 Meridian, stage production (1992), reviews
163 6 Warrior Marks (1993), promotional material
163 7 Warrior Marks (1993), reviews
163 8 The Complete Stories (1994), book cover
163 9 The Complete Stories (1994), reviews
163 10 Dear Mother: An Anthology of Women Writing to or about Their Mothers (1994), edited by Marijke Woolsey and Susan King, reviews
163 11 Without a Guide: Contemporary Women's Travel Adventures (1994), edited by Katherine Govier, reviews
163 12 The Same River Twice (1996), book cover
163 13 The Same River Twice (1996), promotional material
163 14 The Same River Twice (1996), reviews
163 15 Anything We Love Can Be Saved (1997), book cover
163 16 Anything We Love Can Be Saved (1997), promotional materials
163 17 Anything We Love Can Be Saved (1997), reviews
163 18 By the Light of My Father's Smile (1998), book cover
164 1 By the Light of My Father's Smile (1998), promotional materials
164 2 By the Light of My Father's Smile (1998), reviews
164 3 The Way Forward is With a Broken Heart (2000), book cover
164 4 The Way Forward is With a Broken Heart (2000), reviews
164 5 Langston Hughes American Poet (2001), book cover
164 6 Absolute Trust in the Goodness of the Earth (2003), reviews
164 7 Now Is The Time to Open Your Heart (2004), book cover
164 8 Now Is The Time to Open Your Heart (2004), promotional materials
164 9 Now Is The Time to Open Your Heart (2004), reviews
164 10 There Is a Flower at the Tip of My Nose Smelling Me (2006), reviews
164 11 We Are the Ones We Have Been Waiting For (2007), promotional materials
251 10 Overcoming Speechlessness: A Poet Encounters the Horror in Rwanda, Eastern Congo, and Palestine/Israel (2010), reviews
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