Breena Clarke is an African-American scholar and writer of fiction, including an award-winning debut novel River, Cross My Heart (1999). She is the younger sister of activist Cheryl L. Clarke, with whom she organizes the Hobart Festival of Women writers each summer.

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  • Breena Clarke is an African-American scholar and writer of fiction, including an award-winning debut novel River, Cross My Heart (1999). She is the younger sister of activist Cheryl L. Clarke, with whom she organizes the Hobart Festival of Women writers each summer. (en)
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  • Breena Clarke is an African-American scholar and writer of fiction, including an award-winning debut novel River, Cross My Heart (1999). She is the younger sister of activist Cheryl L. Clarke, with whom she organizes the Hobart Festival of Women writers each summer. (en)
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