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BLACK VOICES. Sep 22, 2020 196
Sherley Anne Williams's Dessa Rose: An American Sisterhood in Black and White. Bensedik, Ahmed N. Critical essay Apr 1, 2020 6170
Welcome to the neighborhood: James McBride's latest novel showcases the brilliance that happens when a great writer feels creatively free. Wilkins, Langston Collins Interview Feb 28, 2020 958
25 Years Ago in the Pages of WLT. Brief article Jun 22, 2019 320
Visual Portfolio. Photograph Jun 22, 2019 548
MICHEL FABRE'S CAPACIOUS INTELLIGENCE. Muyumba, Walton Reprint Mar 22, 2019 1358
Make It Happen! Youth Author Anaya Willabus Publishes Fourth Book. Cutts, Evan; Amador, Karla Interview Mar 7, 2019 518
Port of Spain or Castries, No Greeting Is Casual. Taylor, Mervyn Speech Sep 22, 2017 803
Beyond Black History Month. Brief article Apr 1, 2017 176
Interview with Tracy K. Smith. Lee, Esther Interview Sep 22, 2015 2653
Seeking justice through novel writing and book publishing: Sutton Griggs's commitment to literature and battles in print. Gruesser, John Biography Jun 22, 2015 4804
Going home: two African-American literary stars return to their native Southern states to teach. Stewart, Pearl Interview Mar 26, 2015 1199
Reading readers and authors: Percival Everett's Erasure. Gorey, Ozlem Jan 1, 2015 4385
'This making of truth is violence too, out of which facts are formed: Colson Whitehead's secret history of post-reconstruction America in John Henry Days. Walonen, Michael K. Critical essay Sep 22, 2014 6943
The journey is bittersweet. Amadi, Obi Editorial Jul 1, 2014 453
Amiri Baraka 1934-2014. Obituary Mar 22, 2014 219
Inside person life. Davis, Crystal Brief article Jan 16, 2014 156
A New Midwesternism in Toni Morrison's: the bluest eye. Long, Lisa A. Critical essay Mar 22, 2013 8588
African American Literary Counter-narratives in the Post-Civil Rights Era. Clyburn, Tifffani A. Author abstract Mar 1, 2012 296
Rena's two bodies: gender and whiteness in Charles Chesnutt's The House Behind the Cedars. Ryan, Melissa Critical essay Mar 22, 2011 8518
The Thomas Wolfe Prize and Lecture. Strange, David Brief article Jan 1, 2011 185
Was there a distinct "African American sociology"? Williams, Vernon J., Jr. Essay Jan 1, 2011 2894
Eyes wide open: a case study reflecting on Black Awakening. Bascomb, Lia Critical essay Jun 22, 2010 3337
The continuing relevance of Black Awakening in Capitalist America: towards the decolonization of the US Empire. Grosfoguel, Ramon; Maldonado-Torres, Nelson Critical essay Jun 22, 2010 1358
Anti-colonial media: the continuing impact of Robert L. Allen's Black Awakening in Capitalist America. Ball, Jared A. Critical essay Jun 22, 2010 8550
The contemporary crisis of neo-liberalism and Black Power today. Barlow, Andrew L. Critical essay Jun 22, 2010 6688
"Yours, for the cause": the Christian Recorder writings of Lizzie Hart. Gardner, Eric Essay Jun 1, 2010 3557
"Unlike artists in the past, I am getting credit.". Interview Sep 22, 2009 6590
My First Conversation with James Baldwin: Theorist. Traylor, Eleanor W. Lecture Sep 22, 2009 1786
Jimmy! Baraka, Amiri Lecture Sep 22, 2009 3167
Review essay: performing the twenty-first century tragic mulatto: black, white, and Jewish: autobiography of a shifting self, by Rebecca Walker. Joseph, Ralina Critical essay Sep 22, 2009 6505
'Flesh and blood': autobiographical 'material' between fiction and non-fiction. Raynaud, Claudine Essay Jun 22, 2009 7115
James Baldwin: a special issue of African American Review. Blint, Rich; Field, Douglas Guest editorial Jun 22, 2009 677
The case against Whiteness in William Wells Brown's Clotel. Frye, Katie Critical essay Jun 22, 2009 5464
The Centennial Richard Wright Conference in Paris. Boyd, Melba Joyce Cover story Mar 22, 2009 5113
Becoming: Richard Wright and the WPA. Davis, Thadious M. Essay Mar 22, 2009 3938
"White people to either side": Native Son and the poetics of space. Soto, Isabel Critical essay Mar 22, 2009 2719
Not everybody's protest film, either: Native Son among controversial film adaptations. Laws, Page Critical essay Mar 22, 2009 4735
Red, white, and the blues: translating the existentialism in Richard Wright's fiction into film. Boyd, Melba Joyce Essay Mar 22, 2009 3572
On "third consciousness" in the fiction of Richard Wright. Xu, Chen Critical essay Mar 22, 2009 3460
Dissecting The Long Dream: the revelation of secrets on the path to manhood. Colonna, Corry A. Critical essay Mar 22, 2009 3427
Richard Wright, The Outsider and the empire of liberal pluralism: race and American expansion after World War II. Keith, Joseph Critical essay Mar 22, 2009 5268
Teaching Richard Wright's Haiku in Japan. Kiuchi, Toru Critical essay Mar 22, 2009 1702
"Bigger in Nazi Germany": transcultural confrontations of Richard Wright and Hans Jurgen Massaquoi. Mehring, Frank Mar 22, 2009 5289
Jena, Abu Ghraib, and Katrina: using popular culture to teach Wright's works. Madigan, Mark Critical essay Mar 22, 2009 3588
Straightjacketed into the future: Richard Wright and the ambiguities of decolonization. Zangari, Sostene Massimo Critical essay Mar 22, 2009 4107
The Black Dispatch: a window on Ralph Ellison's first world. Clark, William Bedford Essay Jan 1, 2009 6064
Talk about the South: unspeakable things unspoken in Zora Neale Hurston's Seraph on the Suwanee. Charles, John C. Critical essay Jan 1, 2009 13944
"So amiable and good": Hannah Crafts's The Bondwoman's Narrative and its lineages. Ellis, R.J. Critical essay Jan 1, 2009 9904
Clyde Taylor and the Adventure of the Wonderful. Traylor, Eleanor W. Speech Jan 1, 2009 4163
Career spotlight: moving onward & upward. Samuels, Adrienne P. Dec 1, 2008 866
Omar Tyree's last stand: author's triple-threat book tour highlights his final novel, and first books about business and children. Bennett, Joy T. Interview Oct 1, 2008 866
Uncle Tom's children revisited. Ward, Jerry W., Jr. Sep 22, 2008 3404
The multiple frames for a dynamic diaspora in Richard Wright's Black Power. Dunbar, Eve Critical essay Sep 22, 2008 3622
Richard Wright and digital movements. Rambsy, Howard, II Sep 22, 2008 2551
Meeting Richard Wright in the mountains: reflections on teaching at Northern Arizona University. Green, Tara T. Sep 22, 2008 2077
An "other" destiny: mimesis, parody, and assimilation. Sivanarayanan, Anushiya Sep 22, 2008 8679
Look left, look Wright: observations from the City of Light. Jalivay, Nita Sep 22, 2008 5657
Out of St. Louie into the world unbound: an interview with Colleen J. McElroy. Hill, James L. Interview Jun 22, 2008 9733
"What would be on the other side?": spectrality and spirit work in Toni Morrison's Paradise. Anderson, Melanie R. Critical essay Jun 22, 2008 10311
Creative 'sons: with powerful prose, male authors explore the challenges of Black America. Bennett, Joy T. Jun 1, 2008 543
Love's time and the reader: ethical effects of Nachtraglichkeit in Toni Morrison's Love. Wyatt, Jean Critical essay May 1, 2008 15469
2009 May Hill Arbuthnot Honor Lecturer. Brief article Apr 1, 2008 269
Coretta Scott King Awards. Brief article Apr 1, 2008 218
Focalization as education: the race relation optimism of the narrator of Charles Chesnutt's The Marrow of Tradition (1901). Hamilton, Geordie Mar 22, 2008 9905
The role of dialect representation in speaking from the margins: "The Lesson" of Toni Cade Bambara. Wright, Katy M. Mar 22, 2008 4614
"You ... could never be mistaken": reading Alice Dunbar-Nelson's rhetorical diversions in The Goodness of St. Rocque and Other Stories. Strychacz, Thomas Critical essay Mar 22, 2008 8005
Lessons abroad: a college student encounters hate, finds love in Spain. Holloway, Lynette Interview Mar 1, 2008 672
On the radar. Brief article Jan 1, 2008 168
Audre Lorde's "Afterimages": history, scripture, myth, and nightmare. Kolin, Philip C. Critical essay Jan 1, 2008 1535
Postmodernism, pop music, and blues practice in Nelson George's post-soul culture. Jones, David M. Critical essay Dec 22, 2007 17193
An end of Southern history: the down-home quests of Toni Morrison and Colson Whitehead. Ramsey, William Critical essay Dec 22, 2007 10803
Could this be his last? Easy Rawlins is back on the streets of L.A. to sore a crime that threatens the lives of his closest friends. Holloway, Lynette R. Oct 1, 2007 445
Playing on the "darky": blackface minstrelsy, identity construction, and the deconstruction of race in Toni Morrison's Paradise. Williams, Dana A. Sep 22, 2007 8017
Richard Wright's 12 Million Black Voices and World War II-era civic nationalism. Shiffman, Dan Critical essay Sep 22, 2007 8879
"The uses and hazards of expatriation": Richard Wright's cosmopolitanism in process. Weik, Alexa Critical essay Sep 22, 2007 10399
"Simply a menaced boy": analogizing color, undoing dominance in James Baldwin's Giovanni's Room. Abur-Rahman, Aliyyah I. Critical essay Sep 22, 2007 6213
Harlem is burning: urban rioting and the "black underclass" in Chester Himes's Blind Man with a Pistol. Heise, Thomas Critical essay Sep 22, 2007 12859
William Wells Brown's Narrative & traveling subjectivity. Lucasi, Stephen Critical essay Sep 22, 2007 11641
Object written, written object: slavery, scarring, and complications of authorship in Beloved. Durkin, Anita Critical essay Sep 22, 2007 10599
Bourgeois blackness and autobiographical authenticity in Ellen Tarry's The Third Door. Brown, Stephanie Critical essay Sep 22, 2007 8873
Is banning hurtful language: should offensive expressions be prohibited? No. Asim, Jabari Jul 1, 2007 743
Racial recovery, racial death: an introduction in four parts. Foreman, P. Gabrielle; Sherrard-Johnson, Cherene Jun 1, 2007 5711
Coloring history and mixing race in Levina Urbino's Sunshine in the Palace and Cottage and Louise Heaven's In Bonds. Gardner, Eric Essay Jun 1, 2007 9293
Sowing seeds in an untilled field: temperance and race, indeterminacy and recovery in Frances E. W. Harper's Sowing and Reaping. Fulton, DoVeanna S. Jun 1, 2007 7472
Radical tea: racial misrecognition and the politics of consumption in Emma Dunham Kelley-Hawkins's Four Girls at Cottage City. Sherrard-Johnson, Cherene Jun 1, 2007 9906
Reading/photographs: Emma Dunham Kelley-Hawkins's Four Girls at Cottage City, Victoria Earle Matthews, and the Woman's Era. Foreman, P. Gabrielle Essay Jun 1, 2007 11776
Emma Dunham Kelley-Hawkins 1863-1938. Flynn, Katherine E. Biography Jun 1, 2007 4471
Louisa Picquet c. 1829-1896. Pitts, Reginald H. Biography Jun 1, 2007 5508
Fraudulent bodies/fraught methodologies. Brooks, Daphne A. Jun 1, 2007 2811
Addition by subtraction: toward a literary history of racial representation. Jarrett, Gene Andrew Jun 1, 2007 2787
"Hurry up, please. It's time," said the white Rabbit as S/he followed Bre'r Rabbit into the briar patch. Foster, Frances Smith Jun 1, 2007 3626
An interview with Walter Dean Myers. Ishola, Olubunmi Interview May 1, 2007 1460
The south in Richard Wright's haiku. Zheng, Jianqing Critical essay Mar 1, 2007 859
Immigration and labor patterns in Toni Morrison's Sula. Sathyaraj, V.; Neelakantan, G. Critical essay Mar 1, 2007 943
"Face to face": localizing Lucy Delaney's From the Darkness Cometh the Light. Gardner, Eric Jan 1, 2007 9944
Disrupting racial performances in Amiri Baraka's Police. Kolin, Philip C. Critical essay Jan 1, 2007 1181
Romance Awards. Osborne, Gwendolyn Brief article Sep 1, 2006 148
The Outreach Council of the African Studies Association (ASA) announced winners of the 2006 Children's Africana Book Awards for authors and illustrators of outstanding books about Africa published in the United States for young children and older readers. Brief article Sep 1, 2006 143
Richard B. Moore, radical politics, and the Afro-American history movement: the formation of a revolutionary tradition in African American intellectual culture. McClendon, John M. Jul 1, 2006 16070
Beloved beloved. Dodson, Angela P. Editorial Jul 1, 2006 576
The mainstreaming of street lit. Dodson, Angela P. Jul 1, 2006 717
Winning stories. Dodson, Angela P. Brief article Jul 1, 2006 127
Sizzling. Jul 1, 2006 2368
Beyond funny: black voices in the world of comics and graphic novels. Fleming, Robert Jul 1, 2006 2352
Other noteworthy faith titles. Jul 1, 2006 92
Hardcover. Jul 1, 2006 330
Paperback. Jul 1, 2006 356
Que(e)rying the prison-house of Black male desire: homosociality in Ernest Gaines's "three men". Clark, Keith Critical essay Jun 22, 2006 9794
Revising critical judgments of The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man. Andrade, Heather Russell Critical essay Jun 22, 2006 8221
The conspiracy of masculinity in Ishmael Reed. Strombeck, Andrew Critical essay Jun 22, 2006 7278
The art of Tom Dent: notes on early evidence. Ward, Jerry W., Jr. Critical essay Jun 22, 2006 3419
The need to speak: Tom Dent and the shaping of a black aesthetic. Thomas, Lorenzo Critical essay Jun 22, 2006 7801
Tom Dent's role in the organizational mentoring of African American Southern writers: a memoir. Gex Breaux, Quo Vadis Biography Jun 22, 2006 2959
Out of Eden: the emergence of Olympia Vernon and black woman love. Dagbovie, Sika Alaine; Lewis, Nghana Jun 22, 2006 6802
In Coretta Scott King's name: something for every young reader. May 1, 2006 605
Flying off the shelves. May 1, 2006 775
Dealmakers. Dodson, Angela P. May 1, 2006 1093
All that she touched: the "lucky ones" gather to remember the author they knew as a mentor and friend. Due, Tananarive Obituary May 1, 2006 937
Keeping on: Toni Trent Parker's legacy is the vast array of books now available to black children and all children. Randle, Wilma Jean Emanuel Obituary May 1, 2006 1213
The Black Collegian[R]: a retrospective; A sampling of the people and topics from these pages over the past 35 years. Ikeda, Stewart David Apr 1, 2006 6025
Advanced, repressed, and popular: Langston Hughes during the cold war (1). Scott, Jonathan Critical essay Mar 22, 2006 9743
Nellie McKay--a memorial. Moody, Joycelyn Editorial Mar 22, 2006 20931
Traveling identities: mixed race quests and Fran Ross's Oreo. Leverette, Tru Mar 22, 2006 7631
Fading to white, fading away: biracial bodies in Michelle Cliff's Abeng and Danzy Senna's Caucasia. Dagbovie, Sika Alaine Mar 22, 2006 10732
Oratory, embodiment, and US citizenship in Sutton E. Griggs's Imperium in Imperio. Karafilis, Maria Mar 22, 2006 11255
"In the glad flesh of my fear": Corporeal Inscriptions in Richard Bruce Nugent's Geisha Man. Schmidt, Tyler T. Mar 22, 2006 6654
Comic relief. Dodson, Angela P. Brief article Mar 1, 2006 157
Script for success: Michael Ajakwe's Pipedream press publishes works by him and other playwrights. Johnson, Pamela K. Interview Mar 1, 2006 1230
Singular notes: self-published writers share the limelight. Lansana, Quraysh Ali Mar 1, 2006 1189
Cycle of Life: August Wilson: playwright April 27, 1945-October 2, 2005. King, Woodie, Jr. Obituary Mar 1, 2006 1156
The short fiction of George Wylie Henderson. Nicholls, David G. Column Dec 22, 2005 5199
Freak shows, spectacles, and carnivals: reading Jonathan Demme's beloved. Wardi, Anissa Janine Dec 22, 2005 8643
"The soul has bandaged moments": reading the African American gothic in Wright's "big boy leaves home," Morrison's beloved, and Gomez's Gilda. Bryant, Cedric Gael Dec 22, 2005 7867
The Loeb and Leopold Case: a neglected source for Richard Wright's native son. Butler, Robert Dec 22, 2005 8204
The politics of reading Richard Wright: Black Boy as ideological critique. Young, Robert Critical essay Dec 22, 2005 5794
Gordon Parks: a lion in winter: on living life as one "superb feast". Willis, Deborah Cover Story Nov 1, 2005 1958
Thoughts that count: some of our favorite authors choose the one book they would give as a gift this holiday. Nov 1, 2005 1758
Edward P. Jones claimed the 10th International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, the biggest prize in literature for a single work, in June. Dodson, Angela P. Brief Article Sep 1, 2005 178
J. Everett Prewitt's debut novel, Snake Walker (Northland Publishing Company, March 2005) placed first for fiction in the 2nd Annual Los Angeles Black Book Expo and was a semifinalist in the Independent Publisher Book Awards-2005 in New York City. Dodson, Angela P. Brief Article Sep 1, 2005 81
Flying solo: after success with big publishing houses, some authors see advantages in self-publishing. Murray, Victoria Christopher Sep 1, 2005 620
Sacred ground: the Schomburg is the neighborhood library to students of black history and to great scholars who mine its vast collections for clues to the "lost" history of a people. Boyd, Herb Sep 1, 2005 2661
Lost in time: scholars react to a doctoral student's discovery that a "pioneer" of African American women's literature was not black at all. Dawkins, Wayne Sep 1, 2005 1358
In pursuit of wisdom: a distinguished author/philosopher encourages college students to grasp the opportunity to take it all in. Johnson, Charles Sep 1, 2005 2418
Classically black: African American presses and new imprints lead the trend in reissuing important works for a new day. Simon, Denise Sep 1, 2005 2240
Troubled minds: a best-selling author's latest novel peers into the pit of mental health care. Alexander, Amy Interview Sep 1, 2005 1244
The anatomy of a town: dreaming up characters and shaping a plot were relatively easy, but conjuring up a whole town? That took thought. Brown, Elaine Meryl Sep 1, 2005 1380
Flying off the shelves. Sep 1, 2005 714
Books make summer forever. Cox, William E. Obituary Jul 1, 2005 515
Noteworthy titles. Jul 1, 2005 426
Fresh breezes: spend the summer discovering new writers. Jul 1, 2005 5165
The art of brevity: collections from two masters raise the question: what ever happened to short stories? Young, Earni Jul 1, 2005 1399
Paris: inspiration on every corner: African American writers have long found a home away from home in the City of Lights. Wells, Monique Y. Jul 1, 2005 1287
A dream of an island: on Sapelo Island, an idea takes form as a haven for the artists of the word. Ansa, Tina McElroy Jul 1, 2005 1159
Beside still waters: memories of the Paden Institute and Retreat for writers of Color. Greene, Brenda M. Jul 1, 2005 1389
Preparation meets opportunity lofty book events are golden for the independent author. Murray, Victoria Christopher Jul 1, 2005 970
Among friends: young readers give author Marie Bradby feedback on her book and their lives. Baye, Betty Winston Panel Discussion Jul 1, 2005 2881
Flying off the shelves. Jul 1, 2005 776
"Bold defiance took its place"--"respect" and self-making in Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave. Brewton, Vince Critical essay Jun 22, 2005 5586
Connie Briscoe: best-selling author and novelist. May 1, 2005 414
Starting over: the retiring co-owner of Hue-Man Bookstore in Harlem reflects on a life in bookselling. Villarosa, Clara C. May 1, 2005 1200
West Coast kinfolk: in Los Angeles, Chris Abani and Kamau Daaood stand out as strong limbs on the family tree of literature. Datcher, Michael May 1, 2005 1515
Brainstorming for success: with the help of good coaches, an author propels a business book to mainstream best-seller status. Khalfani, Lynnette May 1, 2005 580
"Raceless" writing and difference: Ann Petry's Country Place and the African-American literary canon. Bernard, Emily Mar 22, 2005 12749
"Civil" War wounds: William Wells Brown, violence, and the domestic narrative. James, Jennifer Mar 22, 2005 10158
The letters of Chester Himes and John A. Williams. Mar 22, 2005 10202
Dethroning king-makers: how detective fiction allowed Chester Himes to speak his mind. Crawford, Norlisha Mar 22, 2005 7617
Things fall apart: Chester Himes--writing and rejection. Bernard, Louise Biography Mar 22, 2005 11419
Sex and the spirit: SOS for Single Christian Sisters. Davis, Kimberly Jan 1, 2005 1660
Deals. Jan 1, 2005 460
Romance at any age: a daughter's curiosity brings back a writer's long ago memories of sneaking Mama's romance novels from under the bed and urges her to write for every generation. Palfrey, Evelyn Editorial Jan 1, 2005 1470
The ministry of fiction: Sharon Ewell Foster found an eager audience when she finally answered the call to write. Stanley, Kathryn V. Jan 1, 2005 603
"One was a woman, the other a man": a psychoanalytic study of sexual identity in the novels of Toni Morrison. Warde, Anthony Critical essay Jan 1, 2005 9619
Books to treasure: Kerrie Cotton Williams celebrates a literary history. Drakes, Sean Nov 1, 2004 343
James Baldwin's legacy: seventeen years after his death, at age 63, one of America's most influential and unsettling writers still has the authoritative voice of that fabled first ancestor. Depardieu, Benoit Sep 1, 2004 763
Room at the inn for writers: a D.C. bed-and-breakfast not only caters to booklovers as paying guests, but runs a free writer-in-residence program. Bundles, A'Lelia May 1, 2004 1072
Triple crown winner: in the hot category of urban fiction, ex-offender Victoria Stringer self-published her story and launched her successful, independent press. Murray, Victoria Christopher May 1, 2004 912
Celebrating love, honor and achievement: gifts for bookloving moms and dads, newlyweds and grads. Osborne, Gwendolyn E. Buyers Guide May 1, 2004 558
Flying off the shelves. May 1, 2004 692
Los Angeles Times Book Prize winners announced. Brief Article Apr 27, 2004 239
Reading Hurston writing. Laudun, John Mar 22, 2004 10614
History in Ralph Ellison's Juneteenth. Johnson, Loretta Mar 22, 2004 8230
Kalisha Buckhanon's first novel Upstate, sold to Monique Patterson at St. Martin's, in a deal in the mid-six figures for two books by Tracy Sherrod at The Tracy Sherrod Literary Agency. Brief Article Mar 1, 2004 80
Erica Kennedy. Brief Article Mar 1, 2004 80
Milestones. Brief Article Mar 1, 2004 82
Home time and island time: novelist Pearl Cleage finds inspiration just outside her window in Southwest Atlanta, while Paule Marshall has twice drawn on a long ago trip to Grenada. Glenn, Gwendolyn Mar 1, 2004 1793
35 years as a literary maverick: Clarence Major is revered and respected for his literary achievements. He's just not as widely known as he should be. Fleming, Robert Mar 1, 2004 2644
Beyond the village: how black children widen their sense of the world through reading other voices from the global spectrum. Muse, Daphne Column Mar 1, 2004 1282
The African American children's book festival. Rust, Suzanne Brief Article Mar 1, 2004 197
Awards. Brief Article Jan 1, 2004 107
Black America's popular historian: Lerone Bennett Jr. almost retired after 50 years at Ebony. Now his next five books, like his first 10 works, will have to be written after hours, too. Dawkins, Wayne Jan 1, 2004 882
Guess who's coming to a theater near you? Only a few movies adapted from books by black authors make their way to the silver screen. A handful of intriguing projects now in development are poised to beat new and diversified paths through Hollywood. Ross, Michael E. Jan 1, 2004 1403
Blair Underwood goes for the greenlight: a six-year journey to develop and star in a film based on Tananarive Due's My Soul to Keep catches fire in a partnership with an enthusiastic studio. Here's the story so far in bringing one popular black novel to the screen. McHenry, Susan Cover Story Jan 1, 2004 1686
To each, his or her own genre: five hot African American writers who are creating novels for every kind of popular taste. Davis, Bernadette Adams Jan 1, 2004 1101
Destinations to fuel love's fires: authors of the romance genre offer their favorite spots. Osborne, Gwendolyn E. Jan 1, 2004 1352
The dream lives on. Jan 1, 2004 408
"A slightly different sense of time": palimpsestic time in Invisible Man. Singer, Marc Sep 22, 2003 12233
What's behind the boon in Black mystery writers? Benson, Christopher Sep 1, 2003 1160
A lesson learned: how has your experience as an entrepreneur made you a better student? Smith, Jennifer Sep 1, 2003 232
I am a Witness. O'Hara, Robert Column Jul 1, 2003 403
Fugitive fictions. Nielsen, Aldon Critical Essay Jun 22, 2003 6378
Stephanie Stanley Alexander, president of BlackWords Press has signed M. Dion Thompson, a Baltimore Sun reporter and first-time novelist, to a two-book deal. (Deals). Jones, Mondella S. Brief Article May 1, 2003 98
Adero also acquired A Wealth of Wisdom Legendary African American Elders Speak edited by Dr. Camille O. Cosby and Renee Poussaint for publication in fall 2003. (Deals). Jones, Mondella S. Brief Article May 1, 2003 150
Janet Hill of Doubleday/Broadway/Harlem Moon acquired award-winning author J. California Cooper's next short-story collection and novel for close to $500,000 for the Doubleday imprints. (Six-Figure Specials). Jones, Mondella S. Brief Article May 1, 2003 82
Awards. Jones, Mondella S. Brief Article May 1, 2003 185
Signings & sightings. May 1, 2003 532
Emma awards. Osborne, Gwen May 1, 2003 313
Hip-hop by the book: from scholarly titles to children's books, hip-hop takes on a new life in print. Venable, Malcolm Critical Essay May 1, 2003 1111
Motown writer's network. (Click on This). Brief Article May 1, 2003 180
Tajuana "TJ" Butler. (Authors on the Web). Thomas, Michele D. Brief Article May 1, 2003 212
The writing process: scissors and glue: reflections of an anthologist. Boyd, Herb Critical Essay May 1, 2003 562
Ask the book doctor. Milligan, Rosie May 1, 2003 437
Keynote address. (Special section: the American dilemma revisited: psychoanalysis, social policy, and the socio-cultural meaning of race). Wideman, John Edgar Mar 22, 2003 6346
Fire and ink: toward a quest for language, history, and a moral imagination. Glave, Thomas Mar 22, 2003 4375
Other nature: resistance to ecological hegemony in Charles W. Chesnutt's The Conjure Woman. Myers, Jeffrey Mar 22, 2003 10199
"This strange communion": surveillance and spectatorship in Ann Petry's The Street. Hicks, Heather Mar 22, 2003 11148
Richard Wright's Lawd Today! And the political uses of modernism. Costello, Brannon Mar 22, 2003 8623
Call-and-response: tracing the ideological shifts of Richard Wright through his correspondence with friends and fellow literati. Briones, Matthew M. Mar 22, 2003 7999
Transgressing race and community in Chester Himes's If He Hollers Let Him Go. Itagaki, Lynn M. Mar 22, 2003 11141
Truth in timbre: Morrison's extension of slave narrative song in Beloved. Capuano, Peter J. Mar 22, 2003 5175
Langston Hughes's "Mississippi--1955": a note on revisions and an appeal for reconsideration. Metress, Christopher Mar 22, 2003 5350
The fire still burns: a new one-man show and television documentary remind us that the life and work of James Baldwin continue to resonate. Ehrenstein, David Mar 4, 2003 622
Author support on (Author on the Web). Thomas, Michele D. Brief Article Mar 1, 2003 102
Ask the book doctor. (self publishing). Mar 1, 2003 648
Awards. Brief Article Jan 1, 2003 222
The big book push: from the King holiday through Black History Month, publishers do their biggest business in African-American books. But is it the best way to promote black literary culture? Irish-Underwood, Lesleigh Jan 1, 2003 1775
Call him Ishmael: the controversial (some say reckless) cultural critic Ishmael Reed returns a new collection of essays appropriately titled Another Day at the Front. Thompson, Clifford Jan 1, 2003 2306
"Illuminating the darkened corridors": an interview with Alexs Pate. Link, Katherine Interview Dec 22, 2002 8468
Crossing Western space, or the HooDoo detective on the boundary in Ishmael Reed's Mumbo Jumbo. Swope, Richard Dec 22, 2002 11100
Frank Marshall Davis: a forgotten voice in the Chicago Black Renaissance. Takara, Kathryn Waddell Dec 22, 2002 10179
Black male authors: smart, sexy & successful. Foston, Nikitta A. Dec 1, 2002 1480
Deals. (Between the lines: the inside scoop on what's happening in the publishing industry). Nov 1, 2002 640
Awards spotlight. (Between the lines: the inside scoop on what's happening in the publishing industry). Brief Article Nov 1, 2002 139
The best of 2002. Bibliography Nov 1, 2002 1223
Omar Tyree. (Author Spotlight). Interview Nov 1, 2002 561
T.D. Jakes. (Authorspotlight). Jakes, T.D. Interview Oct 1, 2002 498
Reclaiming the Frontier: Oscar Micheaux as Black Turnerian. Moos, Dan Critical Essay Sep 22, 2002 15222
Miles and Me: an interview with Quincy Troupe. Turner, Douglas Interview Sep 22, 2002 3372
Preachin' and singin' just to make it over: the gospel impulse as survival strategy in Leon Forrest's Bloodworth Trilogy. Williams, Dana Critical Essay Sep 22, 2002 6886
Aesthetic modes in Afro-American fiction: Alice Walker and Ralph Ellison. (Literary Criticism). Nama, Charles Sep 22, 2002 3021
Book reviewing, African-American style. Coleman, Wanda Sep 16, 2002 3034
A lesson for living: for Louisiana writer Ernest Gaines, home is the place where you're torn between the difficulty of leaving and the terror of staying. Brown, Dale Interview Sep 1, 2002 1443
Awards spotlight. (News). Jones, Mondella S. Brief Article Sep 1, 2002 136
Authors on the Web: changing the book marketing status quo. (book bytes). Thomas, Michele D. Brief Article Sep 1, 2002 699
Staying Fresh is the Key. (Online Booksellers). Brief Article Sep 1, 2002 139
Creating a Web of mystery. Estrada, Sheryl Brief Article Sep 1, 2002 201
BIBR talks with Connie Briscoe. Green-Cary, Robin Interview Sep 1, 2002 895
BIBR talks with Derrick Bell. Interview Sep 1, 2002 1119
From the editor-in-chief. Cox, William E. Brief Article Jul 1, 2002 547
Deals. (Between the lines: the inside scoop on what's happening in the publishing industry). Brief Article Jul 1, 2002 540
Awards spotlight. (News). Jones, Mondella S. Brief Article Jul 1, 2002 252
BIBR spotlight: Toure: a charmed life. Jones, Mondella S. Jul 1, 2002 1445
Omar Tyree raw and uncut: the self-described "Urban Griot" hopes to cultivate more black male readers with his next novel Leslie. (Cover Story). Johnson, Brett Jul 1, 2002 2497
The art of black writers collectives. Moore, Lenard D. Jul 1, 2002 2014
Walking away with the best deal. Shaw, Julia Brief Article Jul 1, 2002 401
Ann Lane Petry. (tribute). Reynolds, Clarence V. Jul 1, 2002 1898
Art, literature, and the Harlem Renaissance: the messages of God's Trombones. Carroll, Anne Critical Essay Jun 22, 2002 10541
Ralph Ellison: invisible man & jazz: a conversation with Stanley Crouch and Horace Porter. Interview Jun 22, 2002 4964
Jazz country. Porter, Horace Jun 22, 2002 2286
Conspiracy in the 'hood. (letters to the editor). Yusef, Hakeem Brief Article May 1, 2002 121
Deals. (Between the lines: the inside scoop on what's happening in the publishing industry). Jones, Mondella S. Brief Article May 1, 2002 472
Oscar winners Denzel and Halle take books to the movies. (Film). Brief Article May 1, 2002 336
Contests. Brief Article May 1, 2002 275
BIBR spotlight: Tina Andrews. Jones, Mondella S. May 1, 2002 1298
Support your local bookseller; National Black Booksellers Week is June 15-22, 2002. (market buzz). Osborne, Gwendolyn E. Brief Article May 1, 2002 845
Click on this: Estrada, Sheryl Brief Article May 1, 2002 160
Jailhouse bards. (self publishing). Murray, Victoria Christopher May 1, 2002 821
Satisfy My Soul - Black life and nature in the rural South of the twenties comes alive in Zora Neale Hurston's latest resurrection from the archive. LOWE, JOHN Critical Essay May 1, 2002 3657
Author spotlight: Michele N-K Collison. Brief Article Apr 1, 2002 393
Who owns the whip?: Chesnutt, Tourgee, and Reconstruction justice. Hardwig, Bill Mar 22, 2002 9344
New horror novel set in the deep South. Brief Article Feb 20, 2002 103
Required reading: overwhelmed by self-help tomes? Start with these fantastic four. (Words To Strive By). Edmond, Alfred A., Jr. Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 554
Romance writers take it to the next level. (Deals). Jones, Mondella S. Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 239
Sibanye Inc. celebrates seven years serving Baltimore residents. (Celebrations). Jones, Mondella S. Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 149
Romance Slam Jam. (between the lines). Jones, Mondella S. Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 268
Stephanie Mwandishi Gadlin wins Zora Neale Hurston-Bessie Head fiction prize. (Awards Spotlight). Jones, Mondella S. Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 112
Our Philadelphia story: today's active African American literary scene in the City of Brotherly Love has deep roots in a proud legacy. Davis, Anthony Jan 1, 2002 2590
The First Annual Legacy Awards for black writers: borders books and music and the Hurston/Wright Foundation are pleased to announce the First Annual 2002 Legacy Awards for published writers of African descent. The awards will honor innovative black writers in three categories: literary fiction, nonfiction, and debut/first fiction. (Borders). Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 194
Everybody wants to be Terry McMillan. (Cover Story). Murray, Victoria Christopher Jan 1, 2002 2898
From health to wealth: when mainstream publishers turned away these non-fiction writers, they decided to do-it-themselves. (self publishing). Murray, Victoria Christopher Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 803
Keeping up with the Joneses: the naming of racial identities in the autobiographical writings of LeRoi Jones/ Amiri Baraka, Hettie Jones, and Lisa Jones. Thompson, Deborah Jan 1, 2002 8113
Images of Pushkin in the works of the black "pilgrims". Ahern, Kathleen M. Dec 22, 2001 4106
The Negro Artist and the Racial Manor: Infants of the Spring and the Conundrum of Publicity. Herring, Terrell Scott Critical Essay Dec 22, 2001 10091
Ralph Ellison, Richard Wright, and the Case of Angelo Herndon. Griffiths, Frederick T. Critical Essay Dec 22, 2001 14000
Awards spotlight. (between the lines). Brief Article Nov 1, 2001 172
In memory of. (between the lines). Brief Article Nov 1, 2001 283
Summer best-seller lists sizzle with color. (News). Brief Article Nov 1, 2001 89
Expatriate genius: a black man from America's heartland, Chester B. Himes (1909-1984) wandered from pre-med studies to prison to poverty and exile in Europe. Still, he became a writer's writer. (tribute). Lindsay, Tony Critical Essay Nov 1, 2001 1033
Picturing the Mother, Claiming Egypt: My Bondage and My Freedom as Auto(bio)ethnography. Chaney, Michael A. Critical Essay Sep 22, 2001 10185
"Under the Umbrella of Black Civilization": A Conversation with Reginald McKnight. Ashe, Bertram D. Interview Sep 22, 2001 7167
Slouching toward Beastliness: Richard Wright's Anatomy of Thomas Dixon. Eby, Clare Critical Essay Sep 22, 2001 12585
Support for black books. Brown, Ann Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 544
from the editor-in-chief. COX, WILLIAM E. Editorial Sep 1, 2001 384
From the Streets to the Ivory Tower. McHENRY, SUSAN Sep 1, 2001 1136
Self-published authors are going mainstream. Jones, Mondella S. Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 82
Roots: The Silver Anniversary. Jones, Mondella S. Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 165
Romance writer extraordinaire Francis Ray celebrated the release of her latest book. Jones, Mondella S. Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 81
After the success of their romance book imprint Arabesque, the first line of original African-American romance novels from a major publishing house, BET Books has launched Sepia, a bold new imprint featuring fiction from award-winning authors as well as new voices. Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 89
on the shelf. JONES, MONDELLA S. Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 189

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