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Midnight Morning Musings Poems by An American African

Midnight Morning Musings Poems by An American African

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Published by Ausdoh Press, Philadelphia, PA .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL11739458M
ISBN 100966129008
ISBN 109780966129007

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Regina Jennings is a professor of African-American literature at Rutgers University. She is author of ""Midnight Morning Musings: Poems of an American African."" Her work has appeared in numerous : Regina Jennings.

She has also published two poetry books, “Midnight Morning Musings: Poems of an American African and Race, Rage and Roses.” Because of her love for community based people, instead of teaching solely in academe, she has created an online writing and editing course available to all who have computer access.

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