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Our Words Our Worlds Writing on Black South African Women Poets 2000 2018 UKZN Press Women's imprintIs the first of its kind to explore the history and impact of poetry by Black women in their own voices It straddles disciplines literary theory feminism history of the book and politicsthus decolonising literary culture Our Words Our Worlds covers expansive Words Our Worlds PDF #8608 reflections from the international diplomacy transforming poem I Have Come to Take You Home by Diana Ferrus to the pioneering publisher duduzile zamantungwa mabaso from the self confessed closeted poet Sedica Davids to the fiery unapologeti.