Literary Nonfiction. African & African American Studies. Art. Music. RONNIE SPECTOR IN ROCK GOMORRAH tells the story of a singer trapped in a world that is dominated by white production. This collection brings together the resonance between race and pain, womanhood and grace, by following the rumors that carry one to the other. In this intimate narrative about a Black music legend, the history of Black music-making persists beyond the limits of the white imagination.
M. Delmonico Connolly is a graduate student at the State University of New York at Buffalo. He writes and revises sentences about race and pop after the Civil Rights movement.Author City: BUFFALO, NY USA