by Angela White Born in 1974 in Mount Holly, New Jersey, Angela White is the only daughter in her Vietnamese-African-American family. A 1993 graduate of Willingboro JFK High School, she enjoys poetry, dining out, floor hockey, fishing and crabbing, volleyball, yoga, exercising, shopping, and reading and writing. At age fourteen, Angela realized that she had a talent for writing poetry. Her writing, a gift from the Lord, comes from within, and she puts her heart into everything she writes, usually basing her poetry on reality and sometimes dreams and fantasies. The International Library of Poetry and poetry.com have published her poems, and she has two Editors Choice awards and an autographed photo of Montel Williams because of all her accomplishments. Angela also does spoken-word performances at the October Gallery in Philadelphia. She dedicates this book to her husband, Joseph White, to Kameelah Waheed, Heather, Michael Carthan, John, her brother James, her baby girl star Tamika Faniel, and Linda Burkett, and to her children, Quincey, Mercades, Amira, Kalima, Sultan, Destiny, Joseph, Angel. (2004, paperback, 122 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.