What Brown Girls Are Made Of is a soul inspiring, spirit inciting journey into the life of an urban poet. It's a tell it like it is, bare all book of keep it real affirmations. It is spiritual gumbo for the woman's soul.
Eisha Coutee was born and raised in Oakland California. She has been writing short fiction and poetry since grade school. She has taught in the private school sector and throughout local bay area school districts where she serves as an advocate for teen education and advancement towards academic and artistic achievement. In 2010 Miss Coutee authored her debut novel entitled Sisters Friends & Lovers which is currently available on www.amazon.com and Kindle, and she is currently working on her upcoming fictional collection of short erotic stories entitled Fetish. Coutee has obtained Associate Degrees in both, language arts and social sciences from Laney College, Oakland, and presently holds a BA from Cal State East Bay University, Hayward, in Creative Writing.