Other Voices, Other Rooms
"Sharon Bridgforth's works aren't meant to be read silently," Suzy Spencer writes. "Some folks would say that's like eating barbecue without the sauce. But if it's good barbecue, you can do without the sauce because it has plenty of flavor on its own."
"...knowing any writers, despite not discovering black writers like Langston Hughes and James Baldwin until high school, despite not..."
July 28, 2000 Books Feature by Suzy Spencer