Tag: Mecca Jamilah Sullivan
Mecca Jamilah Sullivan: Interview
Mecca Jamilah Sullivan’s collection unfolds like a letter bestowed by an elder who has kept certain secrets at bay until the reader is old enough, mature enough to receive it, appreciate it.
Pear-blossoms and Mule-eyes: A Review of Rachel Eliza Griffiths’ Mule & Pear
Rachel Eliza Griffiths’ Mule & Pear: Review By Mecca Jamilah Sullivan This review first appeared in Cerise Press Vol 4. Issue 10 The black woman is “de mule uh de world.” So says the world-wise and work-weary Granny, Janie’s grandmother in Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God. In making this now famous declaration, Granny not only…