BLACK LESBIAN IN WHITE AMERICA.
Tallahassee, FL: Naiad Press, 1983. First edition - A hard to find collection of essays, some published as early as 1964, by this pioneering African-American lesbian feminist author. Includes her interview with the poet and feminist Audre Lorde. Foreword by Becky Birtha who states that this book offers "an acute political analysis of both racial and sexual oppressions . . both radical and feminist . . written long before those words were in common use together." Naiad Press, founded in 1973, was one of the first publishing companies dedicated to lesbian literature and when its founders retired in 2003, it was the oldest and largest lesbian/feminist publisher in the world. 129 pp plus 3 pp publisher's ads. ISBN: 0-93004441X.