Well-known for her memoir Approaching old in Mississippi (1968), this African-American writer continued to pen a work entitled Mr. Loss of life: Four Tales (1975). Mixed up in Civil Privileges Movement, she proved helpful for the Congress of Racial Equality; the Pupil non-violent Coordinating Committee; as well as the NAACP. After briefly participating in Natchez Junior University with an athletic scholarship or grant, she received a bachelor’s level from Tougaloo University. She composed, but never released, a sequel to her well-known memoir entitled Farewell to As well Sweet. Blessed in Mississippi to Elmira “Toosweet” Moody, Anne (blessed Essie Might) Moody was raised with nine youthful siblings. Before finishing in divorce, her relationship to Austin Straus created a kid. She and Richard Wright had been both Mississippi-born, BLACK writers.