Individual Author Record
Name: April SinclairPen Name: None Genre: Audience: Adult; Born: 1953 in Chicago, Illinois
-- April Sinclair on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=april+sinclair
Illinois ConnectionApril is a Chicago native who graduated from Calumet High School in Chicago. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Western Illinois University in Macomb.
Biographical and Professional InformationA Chicago native, April now lives in Berkeley, California. Before April hit the national literary scene in 1994, she was an Oakland-based community activist who read from her work to large, enthusiastic audiences in San Francisco Bay Area coffeehouses, bookstores and grassroots events. April has been a fellow at the Djerassi, Yaddo, MacDowell and Ragdale artist colonies.
Selected Titles At Your Library
Ain't gonna be the same fool twice :
ISBN: 0380727943. OCLC Number: Hyperion,. New York :. ©1996. A young black woman explores her sexuality in the 1970s. She is Jean Stevenson of Chicago whose quest for self-discovery begins in college by an affair with a lesbian. On graduation, she moves to San Francisco where she has more affairs, including one with a gay. The novel recreates the obsessions of the times--free love, drugs, war protest and women's consciousness-raising groups. By the author of Coffee Will Make You Black.
I left my back door open :
ISBN: 0380732807. OCLC Number: Perennial,. New York :. 2000, ©1999. A romantic voyage of self-discovery for African American DJ Daphne Dupree begins when the lonely Chicagoan meets Skylar, a sexual harassment mediator, and finds that a budding and blossoming relationship can lead to a true vision of self.