Information about Toni Morrison
- Biography with bibiliography
- News mentioning Toni Morrison
- Toni Morrison and Chinua Achebe to edit major non-fiction book series for UNICEF, October 12, 02:
- Toni Morrison's Gift: The Boston Globe, October 8, 1993
- Morrison Awarded Nobel Writer's 'Visionary Force' Cited: Boston Globe, October 8, 1993
- Rooms of Their Own: Time Magazine, October 18, 1993 (about Rita Dove, poet laureate and Toni Morrison)
- Article on Toni Morrsion by Thomas King, The Book Report, 1999
- Laureate-poet of America's pain. The Guardian, October 10, 1993
- Revolutionary Suicide in Toni Morrison's Fiction.
- Quiz on Toni Morrison, answers.
- Garrison Keillor on the occasion of Toni Morrison's birthday, February 18, 2004; from The Writer's Almanac (Real 1:40)
- Toni Morrison: an Ohioan author. Includes reading from The Bluest Eye. Ohioana Authors; 2003 (mp3)
- A bit of gossip
- She was an editor in New York when she wrote her first novel, The Bluest Eye (1970)-the story of a black girl who wanted to be white. Morrison said, I wrote it because I wanted to read it. Seventeen years later, she wanted to read a book about the true story of Margaret Garner, a black slave woman who kills her own child to free him from slavery, but was annoyed and worried that such a story was inaccessible to art. She proved herself wrong with the publication of what many consider her greatest masterpiece, Beloved (1987). She said, When there is pain, there are no words. All pain is the same. She also said, We die. That may be the meaning of life. But we do language. That may be the measure of our lives.