[Most Recent Entries]
Below are the 6 most recent journal entries recorded in
Alice Walker's LiveJournal:
|Sunday, December 4th, 2005|
Can you recommend any good authors that my girlfriend might like? She loves Alice Walker, Sylvia Plath, Ann-Marie MacDonald and John Irving.
|Thursday, August 11th, 2005|
Intro, and all that jazz
Hello! I am a HUGE fan of Alice Walker's. Almost ended up going to Sarah Lawrence mainly for the fact that she went there. She was one of the writer's that inspired me to write. Woo hoo.
Have any of you read her new book, Now Is The Time To Open Your Heart ?
It's amazing so far. Tell me what you think.
|Monday, February 14th, 2005|
Question: My friend, Erin, and I love Alice Walker. Her roommate, Jill, is an avid reader, but has never read anything by Alice Walker...which makes all of us very sad. So my question is this...which book should we start her on?
Erin is going for Temple of My Familiar
, but I'm inclined to start with The Color Purple
, which is more mainstream and a quick read, and then on to Possessing the Secret of Joy
Anyone have an opinion?
|Sunday, January 2nd, 2005|
i find it difficult to believe there aren't 247 members in this community! alice walker's fantastic...i just bought her new book which i will start reading (and comment on) as soon as i complete my college applications. thank you to sully for reminding me that i need to buy/borrow a book of poetry by alice walker. Current Mood: stable
|Sunday, August 8th, 2004|
You live, you learn
You know how sometimes you can be ignorant to something, but you didn't know you were until you've got it staring you right in the face? Well, that's what Alice Walker has been like, for me. The Color Purple has been one of my favorite movies.. ever since I knew of its existence. Then I found the book, and it became a favorite. What never occurred to me was to search for other things she may have written.
Imagine my surprise when, scouring the poetry shelves at the library, I came across TWO poetry books written by her. Of course, I checked them out right away. I had to know what they were like.
I have to admit, there are a few poems I don't connect with because I've never had much travelling experience, especially to Africa. But there are others that were lovely to read. One such poem is the following:
Despite The Hunger
by Alice Walker
in a garden
from 'Absolute Trust in the Goodness of the Earth'
Hopefully, I'll be able to locate other of her works. All in good time.
Current Mood: hopeful
|Monday, July 26th, 2004|
i just went looking for a livejournal community devoted to alice walker, and not finding one, i created it. she is my favorite author and i look forward to having a place to discuss her work with others.
feel free to post thoughts on anything related to alice walker, as well as information you may find on new books, appearances and so on. Current Mood: good