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A Coastline Is an Immeasurable Thing: A Memoir Across Three Continents

By Mary-Alice Daniel
272 pages

A Coastline Is an Immeasurable Thing is a powerful cultural distillation of mythos and ethos, mapping the far-flung corners of the Black diaspora that Daniel inherits and inhabits. Through lyrical observation and deep introspection, she probes the bonds and boundaries of Blackness, from bygone colonial empires to her present home in America.”

~ the publisher