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Feminist authors Valerie Miner and Sandy Boucher read from their works on treks through time and cross-country. Valerie Miner's "Movement" (Crossing Press, New York) follows one woman (ad)venturing through the 1970's -- a story told by many characters, from many walks of life. Sandy Boucher's "Heartwomen: an Urban Feminist's Odyssey Home" (Harper and Row) chronicles her own journey back to the Midwest, where she grew up, the lives of women she found there, and coming home to them and to herself. The program also includes the authors making comments about their writing and the individual readings. Produced by Julia Randall at KPFA. Music by Margie Adam.

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