By Rudolph P. Byrd
Includes Alice Walker in dialog with the following:
John O’Brien (1973) on her early writing profession and inspirations
Claudia Tate (1983) on being a part of the rising coterie of black girls writers within the 1970s
Ellen Bring (1988) on her animal rights activism and its value to her international view and writing
Claudia Dreifus(1989) on politics and fiction writing
Paula Giddings (1992) in Essence
Jody Hoy (1994) on her own philosophy
Tammy Simon from Sounds real Recordings (1995)
Evelyn White from Ms. (1998)
Pema Chodron (1998) at the value of Buddhisim to her paintings and writing
William R. Ferris (2004) on being a black girl author from the South
Margo Jefferson a talk from dwell FROM THE NYPL (2005) on her good fortune with The colour Purple and being a celebrity
Amy Goodman (March 2006) on her politics and activism
George Galloway (November 2006) on why she helps Castro
Marrianne Schnall from feminist.com (December 2006)
Howard Zinn on her Mississippi years, reviews with Zinn as a pupil, position of the civil rights move in her work.
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The World Has Changed: Conversations with Alice Walker by Rudolph P. Byrd