Author Kay Boyle (February 19, 1902 – December 27, 1992) talks with Eleanor Sully and reads from her own work. Boyle talks about her life and work, Huey Newton, the black movement, the strike at San Francisco State College, her students, and Dr. Hayakawa. She reads her short story "Black Boy" and a long poem, "Testament For My Students." Recorded at Kay Boyle's home in San Francisco.
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