Simon & Schuster
In her radical and vibrant memoir, Camille Dungy plants poems next to critical analysis next to environmental history next to African American history.
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Like the garden at its center, poet Camille T. Dungy’s Soil: The Story of a Black Mother’s Garden blossoms in vivid hues, radiating love and illuminating the tangled roots of nature and ecology.
Six years after she arrived in Fort Collins, Colorado, Dungy set out to reclaim a portion of her yard and convert it…
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