Celebrating 250 Years of African American Poetry
References to External Sources
- Dunbar, Paul Laurence. Letter to Alice Ruth Moore Dunbar-Nelson. March 14, 1898.
- Hayden, Robert. "Something Patterned, Wild, and Free." Collected Prose. University of Michigan Press, 1984, pp. 74-5.
- Knight, Etheridge. "A Survey: Black Writers' Views on Literary Lions and Values." Negro Digest, Jan. 1968, p. 88.
- Randall, Dudley. "The Poets of Broadside Press: A Personal Chronicle." Black Academy Review, vol. 1, no. 1, Spring 1970, pp. 40-7.
- Young, Kevin. "Introduction." Lift Every Voice: Why African American Poetry Matters: Project Reader. Library of America, 2020, pp. v-vii. https://www.africanamericanpoetry.org/reader
- Beat Visions and the Counterculture, 2020, curated by Stephen Petersen, Ph.D., in consultation with Special Collections and Museums staff.
- A Celebration of Broadside Press, 2016, curated by Curtis Small.
- Flowers of Freedom: Books and Literature from the Post-Emancipation Generation, 2019, curated by Jesse Erickson.
- Four Poets, 2018, curated by Curtis Small.
- Issues and Debates in African American Literature, 2017, curated by Curtis Small.
- Margaret Walker: A Centenary Exhibition, 2015, curated by Curtis Small.
- National Poetry Month: Celebrating the Poetry of Rita Dove, 2013, curated by Laurie Rizzo.
- Poetry Slams: Where Artistic Verbal Creations Compete, 2011, curated by Lydia Collins and Amy Eyre.
- Southern Voices: Southern Authors Respond to the Civil War, 2019, curated by Timothy D. Murray.