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In Jazzwomen, Wayne Enstice and Janis Stockhouse have assembled a colourful collage of perspectives, opinions, and anecdotes from a diverse selection of musicians, ranging widely across racial, national, and socio-economic boundaries. Their interviewees include women from the United States, Canada, Great Britain, and Germany and encompass both those who had the privilege of stable, and often musical, families and those who struggled through great poverty, illness, and discrimination (bothdoi:10.21083/csieci.v4i2.895 fatcat:4pdclpy33jhhbkre2mjbqnlvza