In this moving autobiography, Toni McNaron bravely depicts her early encounters with racism in pre-civil rights Alabama alongside her personal struggle with sexual identity. This book is a powerful social document as well as a brave account of one woman's emotional, psychological, and intellectual self-actualization over five decades. "An engrossing read in the tradition of Audre Lorde's Zami and Maya Angelou's I Know Why the Cage Bird Sings."—Susan Stanford Friedman, Professor University of Wisconsin-MadisonMarketing Plans for I Dwell in Possibility: • Updates new edition of the ground-breaking 1992 memoir • Radio interviews, author reading, and tour in the Midwest • Extensive outreach to the gay and lesbian mediaToni McNaron teaches women's studies and English at the University of Minnesota and is the editor of The New Lesbian Studies: Into the Twenty-First Century.
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