There are a few reviews floating around the interwebs of dic tion ary. I thought it'd be nice to post them on The Couch. Let's start with a few from Goodreads. This one is from reader, Ann Marie:
I finished Sharea Harris' dictionary while sitting in the waiting room of a women's clinic & it felt like an ideal setting to read about recognizing and standing in one's personal power. Sharea writes in a way that deeply connects me to her narrative, and makes me want to keep learning about who she is, what she's seen, and how she's gotten here. She writes rawly about love, race, womanhood, societal expectations, and family. Her poems are a callback to Audre Lorde, Maya Angelou, and Lucille Clifton, and yet they are still purely Sharea Harris. Highly recommend.
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