Celie is a poor black woman whose letters tell the story of 20 years of her life, beginning at age 14 - when she is being abused and raped by her father and attempting to protect her sister from the same fate - and continuing over the course of her marriage to "Mister", a brutal man who terrorizes her.
"What a story!"
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Color Purple, Possessing the Secret of Joy, and The Temple of My Familiar now gives us a beautiful new novel that is at once a deeply moving personal story and a powerful spiritual journey.
"Food for the intellect, heart, and soul"
A compilation of classic tales by great American writers performed by terrific actors, with a lineup including Pulitzer Prize winners, National Book Award winners, and PEN Award winners.
Writer, lecturer, and feminist activist Gloria Steinem and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Alice Walker sit down with Wilma Mankiller to discuss gender and politics in today's world. The three consider the path each took to became icons of the feminist movement, the ways religion plays into gender and power relations, and the future of feminism.
In this 15-story collection, sexy women experience hot sex with strangers. If you're looking for wife swapping with strangers, threesomes with strangers, MILF sex, or more, then you won't be disappointed with this collection!
"Don't get too excited about this one"
Pema Chödrön and Alice Walker in Conversation reveals the revolutionary power of tonglen through a dialogue between two hearts and minds forged in very different cultures - and yet deeply joined in the simple practice of compassion.Take a front-row seat as the Pulitzer Prize-winning author Alice Walker and American-born Buddhist nun Pema Chödrön reflect on anger, joy, fear, and the union of spirituality and social activism.
"Why Is There A Cost To Listen To and Why Did I Pay"
For the past several years, on a farm north of San Francisco, the celebrated writer Alice Walker has diligently cared for a flock of chickens. Over time, her blossoming relationship with “her girls” became a source of inspiration, strength, and spiritual discovery, and helped Walker connect more profoundly with her own past as a girl in rural Georgia. Walker has recorded this journey in The Chicken Chronicles, an extraordinary document of personal discovery, political commitment, and the joys of relating to animals.
"Dedicated Chicken Enthusiast cannot bear to finish"
As a young black woman living in 1930s Georgia, Celie faces constant violence and oppression. Raped repeatedly by her father, she loses two children and then is married off to a man who treats her like a slave. But a deep bond with her husband's mistress teaches her she is a woman capable of being loved and respected. Gradually, Celie begins to leave the past behind and start a new life.
Walker, best-selling author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning book The Color Purple and of Anything We Love Can Be Saved, offers a fresh look at how to live in a complex culture. She reminds us that something precious is gained or enhanced when we honor our intrinsic sense of awe toward nature and our deep desire for connection with our human community. This dialogue between Walker and Toms is brimming with inspiration for celebrating life in all its vibrant moments.
In My Life as My Self, Alice Walker takes you into her private world and summons the powerful spirits and events that have shaped her life: how she learned to fight oppression through her creativity; her reconnection to ancestral roots and the natural world; and her emergence as a courageous artist, recognized for both her brilliance and her compassion.
"revealing. honest. Loving. it's her truth."
In this 15-story collection, lustful ladies experience lesbian sex for the first time. Fifteen hot scenarios are explored: If you're looking for lesbian sex with a stranger, lesbian sex at the office, lesbian group sex, lesbian threesome sex, lesbian sex in public, or lesbian vampire sex...you won't be disappointed with this collection!
"Farven lilla" er Alice Walkers mesterværk, som hun vandt en Pulitzer Prize og National Book Award for i 1982. Romanen foregår i 1930'ernes Georgia, USA, hvor afroamerikanske kvinders rettigheder var nærmest ikkeeksisterende, og de forventedes at finde sig i hvad som helst. Alice Walker fortæller om dem, der lod sig kue, og dem, der tog kampen op for at få et bedre liv.