Cain’s Daughters by Phyllis Collier

Issue #97
Fall 2005

Madeline DeFrees recommends
Cain’s Daughters, poems by Phyllis Collier: “From the Dust Bowl of Oklahoma to the labor camps of California, Collier follows the migration and celebrates the hard lives of pioneering women.
Cain’s Daughters is a singular example of the way art transcends and transforms the world of fact.” (Blue Unicorn)