In 2003, fans and scholars of Zora Neale Hurston's work were given
the invaluable opportunity to rediscover this writer's life and
authorial genius through a much-awaited collection of her letters.
This year, that same audience is treated to another book of
admittedly different purpose and scope. Comprising only 39 pages of
text, Lucy Anne Hurston's SPEAK, SO YOU CAN SPEAK AGAIN offers a
concise and compassionate portrait of Zora Neale Hurston as a