Memoir

Date Published: 10-11-2022

Publisher: She Writes Press


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In 1972 rural Pennsylvania, the author, a white college student, fell head over heels in love with an African-American friend of a friend. With their schools hours apart, they forged an intimate connection such as neither had ever had through letters. But racist parents, a jealous friend, and their own mistakes caused them to lose each other. Forty years later, they might have another chance.

 


About the Author

Lynda Smith Hoggan is Professor Emeritus of health and human sexuality at Mt. San Antonio College in Southern California. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times,  Westwind UCLA Journal of the Arts, Cultural Daily, and more. This is her first book.

 

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