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    Angel In The Outhouse is a collection of short stories about the ordinary life of an African American family living during the extraordinarily tumultuous time of the Civil Rights Movement. This is the oft-forgotten tale of America - the common frailties, quiet triumphs, and fierce determination of a people to stand firm against the life-changing tragedies placed in their path every day.

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  • KATHYA ALEXANDER was a Writer-in-Residence at the prestigious Hedgebrook Women Writer's Retreat and won the Fringe First Award for Black to My Roots: African American Tales from the Head and the Heart at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in Edinburgh, Scotland for Outstanding New Production and Innovation in Theatre. She was also awarded Freehold Theater's Diversity Scholarship. As Literary Director for Brownbox Theater, an African American theater company in Seattle, she has written several plays including emotionalblackmale for Seattle University's Declaration of Independents Project; David & Jonathan: A Modern Day Re-telling of the Biblical Story staged at The Seattle Rep and The Neptune Theater; Dream'n (adaptation of A Midsummer Night's Dream); HumaNature (choreopoem); and Homegoing. Kathya's writing has appeared in Colors Northwest Magazine and Raising Lily Ledbetter: Women Poets Occupy the Workplace by Lost Horse Press. She is the author of Angel in the Outhouse; God the Mother: A Creation Story; and the God the Mother Calendar. She currently at the Madison Park Starbucks on the last Thursday of every month as part of Aunt Mama's Story Table. Kathya is a member of the Creative Advantage Arts Partners Roster, the African American Writers Alliance and the Seattle Storytellers Guild.
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