Alexis de Veaux’s biography of Lorde is impressively researched and can provide readers a fuller picture in which to contextualize her writings.
This is the definitive collection of Lorde’s poetry, with poems from her early and late careers, featuring work both well-known and waiting to be discovered by new readers.
This collection of essays by Lorde constitute her most explicit challenge to the oppression she experienced and observed in the lives of others, including racism, sexism, and homophobia.
Lorde’s “biomythography” not only tells the story of her own life, but that of the other women who played an important role in it, and the symbols that structure all of our lives.
In this collection of essays, Lorde describes her experiences with breast cancer, and how medical treatment and recovery relate to issues of gender and race.