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5th anniversary edition of Her Kind, a novel, Released by 918studio press
By: 918studio press
The new edition includes a foreword by Mississippi River visual artist, Nancy L. Purington, who wrote, "A mix of memory and longing artfully charted in Her Kind by Robin Throne navigates the collective consciousness with illuminating skill inspired by journal entries of a female pioneer. As a woman who grew up along the Mississippi River where this novel wakes, I am returned in time from the future to this place where river crossings evoke and dredge psychological reflections on life experiences, the river and being a woman."
Throne, a Quad Cities area writer/researcher, has continued feminist research into land and voice dispossession among indigenous cultures as a visiting researcher at the John Henry Hauberg Papers, Augustana College. She presented "Hermeneutic Archival Research & Artistic License: Exhuming Dispossessed Sauk Voices through Creative Non-Fiction"
Throne's next work to be released in October by Anaphora Literary Press is an allegorical novella of three generations of Gullah women and Lowcountry heirs' property land dispossession. Her Kind is available for purchase as a paperback from Amazon and other online retailers and in e-book form for Kindle.
Find out more at http://www.918studiopress.com.