Stories of New Orleans

by Alice Dunbar-Nelson

Stories of New Orleans by Alice Dunbar-Nelson

A signed and numbered handmade 72pp limited edition of 50 copies set in Garamond type on A5 90gsm St Cuthbert's Mill watercolour inkjet paper, quarter bound in faux suede.

Alice Dunbar-Nelson was an American poet, writer, journalist, political activist and educator. Born Alice Ruth Moore in New Orleans in 1875 , the daughter of a formerly enslaved African American seamstress and a white seaman. These illustrated stories tell of Creole life in New Orleans towards the end of the nineteenth century. Her poem, 'I Sit and Sew' is included in the Hatch Edition's A Collection of Poems Connected by Conflict.

£145

with handmade slipcase £175

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