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Articles from Black Issues Book Review (January 1, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
A collector's encompassing eye. Reynolds, Clarence V. Book Review 307
A platform for nurturing new literary talent: the Hurston/Wright foundation and its cofounder Marita Golden discover and groom emerging writers of African descent. Gaines, Patrice 1963
Adventures in the Blogosphere: as Internet journals come into their own, African American voices are rising above the noise. Sturgis, Ingrid 627
Ailey Spirit: the Journey of an American Dance Company. Jackson, Lillian Book Review 372
All things bright and beautiful. Reynolds, Clarence V. Book Review 281
American slavery: the ties that bind: newest studies lay bare the painful facts of an ignoble history. Beauford, Fred Book Review 1395
Book sales finance livestock. Brief Article 179
Books for the motherland: alliance celebrates black history month with a campaign for literacy in rural Ghana. Palmer, Pittershawn 454
Cover comment. Packer, Z.Z. Letter to the Editor 316
Curing our psychological distress: a personal narrative of clinical depression also calls for a national focus to solve black men's health crisis. Alexander, Amy Book Review 545
Dark Designs and Visual Culture. Simon, Denise Book Review 453
Deals. 460
Distant Lover. Oluonye, Mary N. Book Review 180
Don't Want No Sugar. Sarden, Claudia Book Review 213
Dr. King's Refrigerator and Other Bedtime Stories. Henry, Tanu T. Book Review 322
Fleeing for Freedom: Stories of the Underground Railroad. Williams, R. Owen Book Review 810
For the common good. Dodson, Angela P. Editorial 551
Foxxy casting for Hardwick's spy novel. Brief Article 245
Frontiers of Freedom: Cincinnati's Black Community, 1802-1868. Carter, Andria Y. Book Review 412
Global aesthetics: black style. Reynolds, Clarence V. Book Review 314
Guide to the evolving genres of women's fiction: as the lines blur between romance and "chick lit," how does a reader tell the difference? Harris, Monica 744
Hannibal the hero: in his latest work, David Anthony Durham writes an epic novel about the ancient North African military leader. Fleming, Robert 1161
Hardcover. Bibliography 352
He Had It Coming. Bush, Vanessa Book Review 209
High Impact African-American Churches: Leadership Concepts From Some of Today's Most Effective Churches. Henning, Kristin Book Review 221
Images of a master: Roman Bearden. Days, Michael Book Review 277
In the Paint. Matthews, Kimberly T. Book Review 202
Judging Thomas: Tim Life and Times of Clarence Thomas. Johnson, Kalyn Book Review 403
Legacy Award Winners for 2004. 165
Lighting the path: brave lesbian writers of an earlier era made a way out of no way for the others who would follow. De Veaux, Alexis 1198
Literary calendar. Davis, Bernadette Adams Calendar 2025
Memoir of a 21st-century history maker: why Barack Obama's book, published a decade ago but a best-seller only last fall, may be destined to become an American classic. Mitchell, Mary Cover Story 2042
Notes of a native bookseller: the successful Karibu chain's co-owner shares his ideas for the survival of black stores. Yao 1056
Noteworthy slavery titles. Bibliography 460
Other noteworthy titles. 217
Paperback. Bibliography 426
Recovering Haiti's lost literary legacy: newer books help readers understand a complex cultural and political heritage, and renew interest in the island nation's remarkable homegrown classics. Valbrun, Marjorie 1253
Red Light Wives. Lawrence, Arin M. Book Review 141
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 1470
Sisterfriends who brunch: an annual birthday celebration over Sunday brunch becomes the catalyst for a D.C.-area book club. Houser, Pat 924
Staking a claim for black humanity: historian Carter G. Woodson dared to argue that African Americans merited the fruits of democracy. Cobb, William Jelani 842
Steal away: new efforts to tell the story of the Underground Railroad reveal much about the American struggle for freedom. Carter, Andria Y. 686
Stories of heritage and memory: debut novels, short fiction from a master and other tales take readers on unexpected journeys. Carroll, Denolyn Book Review 336
The Accidental Hunter. Venable, Malcolm Book Review 148
The midwives of marketing: programs by book distributors are giving self-published authors more ways to get their works on booksellers' shelves. Murray, Victoria Christopher 637
The ministry of fiction: Sharon Ewell Foster found an eager audience when she finally answered the call to write. Stanley, Kathryn V. 603
The sound of history being made: the words of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. come alive in audiobooks that preserve his speeches and sermons. Osborne, Gwendolyn E. 451
The Sweethearts of Soul. Morris, Monique W. Book Review 269
Unforgivable Blackness: the Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson. Rust, Art, Jr. Book Review 412
Upstate. Cash-Clark, Regina Book Review 235
We Shall Overcome: a Living History of the Civil Rights Struggle Told in Words, Pictures and the Voices of the Participants. Fraser, C. Gerald Book Review 388
Yeah, I Said It. Dodson, Angela P. Book Review 406
Yes, it matters. Cox, William E. Editorial 446
Youthful self-discovery: a host of new titles inspires young minds to march to their own drumbeats. Rust, Suzanne Book Review 891

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