Michelle CliffMichelle Carla Cliff (2 November 1946 – 12 June 2016) was a Jamaican-American author whose notable works included ''Abeng (novel)'' (1985), ''No Telephone to Heaven'' (1987), and ''[https://www.amazon.com/Free-Enterprise-Novel-Ellen-Pleasant/dp/0872864375/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=free+enterprise+michelle+cliff&qid=1582404257&s=books&sr=1-1 Free Enterprise]'' (2004).
In addition to novels, Cliff also wrote short stories, prose poems and works of literary criticism. Her works explore the various complex identity problems that stem from the experience of post-colonialism, as well as the difficulty of establishing an authentic individual identity in the face of race and gender constructs. A historical revisionist, many of Cliff's works seek to advance an alternative view of history against established mainstream narratives. She often referenced her writing as an act of defiance—a way to reclaim a voice and build a narrative in order to speak out against the unspeakable by tackling issues of sex and race.
Identifying as biracial and bisexual, Cliff, who had both Jamaican and American citizenship used her voice to create a body of work filled with prose poetry, novels and short stories. Her writings were enriched by the power, privilege and pain of her multi-locatedness to creatively reimagine Caribbean identity. Provided by Wikipedia
The winner names the age : a collection of writings / by Lillian Smith ; edited by Michelle Cliff ; pref. by Paula Snelling.
by Smith, Lillian 1897-1966.Other Authors: '; “...Cliff, Michelle....”