Alice Walker, Black woman poet and novelist, reads from her new book of poetry "Good night, Willie Lee, I'll see you in the morning" at Cody's Bookstore in Berkeley on September 26th, 1979. Walker reads some poems that are not featured in the book. Poems read include I said to poetry, On sight, Overnights, If "those people" like you, I'm really very fond, Gray, When Golda Meir was in Africa, Representing the universe, My daughter is coming!, Did this happen to your mother? Did your sister throw up a lot?, Gift, Never offer your heart to someone who eats hearts, Confession, The last time, After the shrink, At first, Janie Crawford, and Good night, Willie Lee, I'll see you in the morning. Produced by Alan Soldofsky. Contains sensitive language.
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