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Black Apple
Joyce Angela Jellison
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Black Apple

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Black Apple is a dynamic, often raw poetic examination of the modern urban landscape. Joyce Angela Jellison uses verse as a microscope to examine politics, sexuality,race,poverty, class and feminism. The book moves fluidly into short stories and essays that delve into the complexities of human lives and attempts to chip away at the many fascades we may cultivate in order ...more
Published 2008 by Booksurge
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Joyce Jellison
Jun 23, 2009 Joyce Jellison rated it it was amazing
Sex, murder, lies, betrayal and the occasional supernatural. Proper young ladies are not supposed to write this kind of stuff. Thank God, I am not a proper young lady. This book is a compilation of short stories, essays and poetry.
The short stories are dark and borderline truthful. Dont try to find me in these pages - I am there - but dont try to find me....let me find you.
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