""Something I Said" - A collection of essays, both hard-hitting controversy and side-splitting humor, by the best-selling freelancer in Minnesota's history, Dwight Hobbs. Not just the most well-read black essayist. But, the most widely published freelancer of any color, including white.
"The essays date to 1992 with Hobbes' first-hand take on being homeless (reprinted from Colors Magazine in Reader's Digest, Washington Post and San Diego Union-Tribune.) The newest, dealing with domestic abuse and rape, were published in 2012 in MN Spokesman-Recorder, Minnesota's oldest black-owned business. In between, the collection accounts for varied, interesting experience. Signed-off by the likes of Sha Cage, Matt Little and Steve Kaplan. With a review by Marcie Rendon."
Copyright © April 2012 by Dwight Hobbes
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