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Angela Jackson discusses "Where I Must Go"

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Angela Jackson discusses "Where I Must Go"

Angela Jackson, Photo by Betty J. Jackson Uzzell

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Chicago poet, novelist and playwright Angela Jackson discusses her recent book, Where I Must Go. The South Side writer has been profiled by The New York Times, Chicago Tribune and Chicago Public Radio. Jackson’s debut novel, Where I Must Go (TriQuarterly/Northwestern University), is the story of an African-American working-class girl from a big city attending an elite university in the late ‘60s. Jackson won the 1994 Carl Sandburg Award for poetry, and Booklist praised her novel’s “lyrical writing and finely drawn characters.”

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Recorded Tuesday, March 09, 2010 at Cliff Dwellers Club.

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