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Audre Lorde's Biography

Audre Lorde (born February 18, 1934 in Harlem, New York City) was a multi-faceted writer and activist. She was a black lesbian, mother, warrior poet.

She died of cancer in 1992. She is famous for her poetic works, for which she became State Poet of New York from 1991-1993, including:

* The First Cities (1968)
* Cables to Rage (1970)
* From a Land Where Other People Live (1973)
* New York Head Shop and Museum(1974)
* Coal (1976)
* Between Our Selves (1976)
* The Black Unicorn (1978)
* Chosen Poems: Old and New (1982)
* Our Dead Behind Us (1986)
* The Marvelous Arithmetics of Distance (1993)