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

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Title Author Type Words
A history lesson on the road. Rust, Suzanne Book Review 190
A Matter of Law: A Memoir of Struggle in Cause of Equal Rights. Fraser, C. Gerald Book Review 443
Affirmative action: 40th anniversary: an analysis of books on the promises and pitfalls of a Federal policy intended to equalize opportunity. Beauford, Fred Book Review 1580
African American Fraternities and Sororities: The Legacy and the Vision. Wilson, Charles E. Book Review 443
Bliss. Cash-Clark, Regina Book Review 269
Blues Boy: B.B. King, a tribute in pictures. Davis, Anthony C. Book Review 400
Buying Zane: Strebor Books founder says her new deal with Simon & Schuster frees her to write more. Dawkins, Wayne 606
Center stage. 209
Classically black: African American presses and new imprints lead the trend in reissuing important works for a new day. Simon, Denise 2240
Close encounters: fiction excerpt: 1996 by Gloria Naylor. Excerpt 2999
Dining at Monticello: In Good Taste and Abundance. Dodson, Angela P. Book Review 1101
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 178
Elegant Soul: The Life and Music of Gene Harris. Lindsey, Fred Book Review 376
Favorite places: online resources let booklovers surf for services. Sturgis, Ingrid 654
Flying off the shelves. 714
Flying solo: after success with big publishing houses, some authors see advantages in self-publishing. Murray, Victoria Christopher 620
For Ruby Dee and the late Ossie Davis. Parker, Ruth Letter to the Editor 112
Get right, get rich: books preaching the theology of prosperity grow in popularity. Carter, Andria Y. 1100
Get serious. Dodson, Angela P. 536
Groove. Cooper, Cecily D. Book Review 214
How to Discover Your Purpose in 10 Days: God's Path to a Full and Satisfied Life. Carter, Andria Y. Book Review 122
In pursuit of wisdom: a distinguished author/philosopher encourages college students to grasp the opportunity to take it all in. Johnson, Charles 2418
Inspiration, old and new. Book Review 181
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 81
John Hope Franklin, repairing history: a conversation: whose story is it? Beauford, Fred Interview 1601
Just My Luck. Yazeed, Carey D. Book Review 211
Leading Beyond Excellence: Discover How to Achieve Leadership Significance and Your Personal Dreams with 7 Practical Steps. Carter, Andria Y. Book Review 172
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 1358
Love Conjure/Blues. Hegamin, Tonya C. Book Review 337
Mastering Abundance: A Spiritual Approach to Getting Anything You Want By Having God Serve You. Carter, Andria Y. Book Review 192
Monument to a magnate. Green, Robin 398
National hispanic heritage. 414
No books, no basketball: a Brooklyn program's "got game" to hook children on reading. Sanchez, Beverly Shelton 766
Noteworthy Faith Title: Singing in a Strange Land: C.L. Franklin, the Black Church, and the Transformation of America. Sanders, Alvelyn J. Book Review 597
Nothin' Ugly Fly. Hegamin, Tonya C. Book Review 292
Old school. Stephen, Curtis Book Review 312
On Malcolm Gladwell. Hightower, Larry Letter to the Editor 187
On their best behavior: with the proper books, cultivating civility among the young in the 21st century need not be a lost cause. Muse, Daphne 1059
Paperboy 2: Overwhelming Odds. Julian, Emperor of Rome Children's Review 202
Reader survey. 661
Reallionaire: Nine Steps to Becoming Rich from the Inside Out. Carter, Andria Y. Book Review 151
Rescuing black history: the Schomburg. Cox, William E. Editorial 504
Righteous Riches. Weaver, Tracey D. Book Review 369
Rush to Judgment: The Simeon Rice Story. Lindsey, Fred Book Review 347
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 2661
Self-Taught: African American Education in Slavery and Freedom. Simpkins, Tiffany A. Book Review 307
Signings & sightings. Calendar 431
Sister act: Venus and Serena Williams set the rules in a new book of advice for young women. Lamb, Yanick Rice Critical Essay 1829
Slam dunk: NBA dispatches its stars to be role models for literacy. Harvin, Al 1313
Spike Lee: That's My Story and I'm Sticking to It. Boyd, Herb Book Review 194
Spinning the Globe: The Rise, Fall, and Return to Greatness of the Harlem Globetrotters. Rust, Art, Jr. Book Review 356
The Amen Sisters. Townes, Glenn Book Review 261
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 1380
The Inside Game: Race, Power, and Politics in the NBA. Evans, Howie Book Review 552
The Oprah effect: two scholars independently assess the book club that changed everything. Burroughs, Todd Steven Book Review 1319
The Romance Writers of America (RWA) have announced a research grant competition for academic research devoted to genre romance novels, writers and readers. Dodson, Angela P. 96
The write stuff: teen author of a superhero series wants to inspire his peers. Rust, Suzanne Brief Article 329
Third Girl From the Left. Dykes, Antoinette Book Review 404
Tom Joyner and Spike Lee: Ministers of Culture: I'm Just a DJ But ... It Makes Sense to Me. Blalock, Rick Book Review 340
Troubled minds: a best-selling author's latest novel peers into the pit of mental health care. Alexander, Amy Interview 1244
University presses just keep on rollin': a roundup of fall and winter releases from the halls of academia. Jamison, Sandra L. 1254
Voice for the voiceless: RedBone, a press for LGBT writers of color, rises from the ashes to make a mark in publishing. Harris, Reginald 1966
Well-read ladies in red: a Reno book club evolves into a chapter of an organization for mature women with a sense of mirth. Houser, Pat 840
What's Really Holding You Back? Carter, Andria Y. Book Review 151
Where the Apple Falls. Taylor, Cheryl Boyce Book Review 291
Window on the book world: Calvin Reid plays a major role inside a leading trade publication. Pride, Felicia Interview 600
Wine for Every Day and Every Occasion: Red, White and Bubbly to Celebrate the Joy of Living. Reynolds, Clarence V. Book Review 339
Zora Neale Hurston and a History of Southern Life. Carson, Warren J. Book Review 330

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