Read "You and I" - one of the winning submissions in the 2016 CWG Anna C. Price Poetry Prize, by budding poet Emily Irwin!
Every positive thing that we do in this world will bring some sort of positive change to our lives.
Congratulations to the winners of the Anna C. Price Poetry Prize!
Set in the 1921 Tulsa race riots we follow 17 year old Will who is part Osage Indian and part white, alternating with 17 year old Rowan Chase who is the privileged daughter of a white father and black attorney mother in contemporary Tulsa. Rowan solves the mystery of a 1921 murder that begins in the “back house” of her spiffy home. The reader sees racism of today as well as that of 1921.
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