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Daniel Black

Don't Cry For Me

Daniel Black is professor of African American Studies at Clark Atlanta University. He hails from Blackwell, Arkansas, and is a graduate of Morrilton High School. Black is the author of several novels, including They Tell Me of a Home and Perfect Peace. His first essay collection, Black on Black, will be released this winter. 

Don’t Cry For Me is the story of a dying Black man and his desperation to heal the breach between himself and his estranged gay son. Told in the epistolary form, this novel-in-letters explains to the son how and why the father treated him the way he did. The letters also express a heartfelt apology that the father hopes will heal the son’s wounded heart.

Tuesday, October 25
4 - 5pm, virtual

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October 25, 4 - 5pm, Tuesday

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Daniel Black

Don’t Cry For Me is the story of a dying Black man and his desperation to heal the breach between himself and his estranged gay son. Told in the epistolary form, this novel-in-letters explains to the son how and why the father treated him the way he did. The letters also express a heartfelt apology that the father hopes will heal the son’s wounded heart.

4-5 p.m., virtual

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