Letters from Mrs. Grundy

Oneita Jackson
Epistolary commentary on the service industry, including humorous observations on race, culture, and class. An indispensable handbook to 21st Century etiquette from the poetically unique perspective of Detroit customer and satirist.

Nappy-Headed Negro Syndrome

Oneita Jackson
Satirical observations on race, identity, and privilege. A humorous view of contemporary American urban reality from the unique perspective of a Detroit newspaper columnist and copy editor-turned-cab driver. This edition is personalized by the author.

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Andrea Daniel
Andrea Daniel’s debut book of poetry, epitomizes nearly forty years of her life as a poet. The first chapter, “Life, death and stuff in between,” is about just that, as Andrea or someone else has experienced or she imagined it to be. “Love and such,” depicts love in its many forms. As a survivor of domestic violence, Andrea shares poems written in her years of recovery.

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    DETROIT – October 2015 For immediate release  “Damned funny, scalpel-sharp, and moves like a rocket.” Dave Eggers, international bestseller “Her stories, hard hitting, and yet sensitive, and real–are worth the read.” Former Mayor Dennis W. Archer, City of Detroit “In Oneita Jackson’s Nappy-Headed Negro Syndrome, we come...
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