skills as an
actor and
are rare.

Dr. William Ferris, former
director of the National
Endowment for the Humanities

Hyman challenges audiences/ readers to explore a poetic imagination grounded in a
feel for the southern landscape, African-American literary and political history,
Black spirituality, and a creative fusion of Black folk speech with a Euro-American
poetic vernacular. Ramona L. Hyman emerges as a strong Black intellectual poetic

Dr.Joyce Joyce,
Temple University
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