The Resource New Black voices : an anthology of contemporary Afro-American literature, edited, with an introd. and biographical notes, by Abraham Chapman

New Black voices : an anthology of contemporary Afro-American literature, edited, with an introd. and biographical notes, by Abraham Chapman

Label
New Black voices : an anthology of contemporary Afro-American literature
Title
New Black voices
Title remainder
an anthology of contemporary Afro-American literature
Statement of responsibility
edited, with an introd. and biographical notes, by Abraham Chapman
Contributor
Compiler
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
A major new collection of fiction, poetry, and criticism by outstanding black writers
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS508.N3
LC item number
C53
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Chapman, Abraham
Series statement
A Mentor book
Series volume
MW1116
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • American literature
  • African Americans
  • American literature
  • African Americans
  • American literature
  • American literature
Label
New Black voices : an anthology of contemporary Afro-American literature, edited, with an introd. and biographical notes, by Abraham Chapman
Instantiates
Publication
Contributor
Donor
Note
Includes poetry by Bob Kaufman, p. 273-276
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 589-606
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volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Ernest J. Gaines
  • We who came after
  • Ronald L. Fair
  • A time to mourn
  • Etheridge Knight
  • A good long sidewalk
  • William Melvin Kelley
  • Bright an' mownin' star
  • Mike Thelwell
  • Chicken Hawk's dream
  • Fiction.
  • Al Young
  • A solo song : for Doc
  • James Alan McPherson
  • A house divided
  • Jeanne A. Taylor
  • The life and loves of Mr. Jiveass Nigger (Prologue)
  • Cecil Brown
  • The long sell
  • Victor Steven Walker
  • Rehabilitation and treatment
  • The cotillion (Foreward)
  • Joe Martinez
  • John Oliver Killens
  • The numbers writer
  • Robert Deane Pharr
  • Mary's convert
  • Cyrus Colter
  • Three men
  • Sacred chant for the return of black spirit and power
  • Naomi Long Madgett
  • Vietnam #4
  • Self world
  • Clarence Major
  • The African thing
  • The hungry black child
  • the pruning
  • mulch
  • Adam David Miller
  • The middle passage and after
  • Imamu Amiri Baraka (LeRoi Jones)
  • Harlem gallery : from the inside
  • Lady's days
  • Larry Neal
  • Changed mind (or the day i woke up)
  • Black Henry
  • I wonta thank ya
  • Tejumola Ologboni (Rockie D. Taylor)
  • What we know
  • Black Power
  • When I awoke
  • The scuba diver recovers the body of a drowned child
  • A word to the wise is enough
  • Schwerner, Chaney, Goodman
  • This age
  • Raymond R. Patterson
  • The signs
  • Passage
  • N.H. Pritchard
  • Primitives
  • The melting pot
  • Old Witherington
  • The old gory
  • Dudley Randall
  • Parapoetics
  • Spearo's blues (or : Ode to a Grecian yearn)
  • Definition of nature
  • Eugene Redmond
  • catechism of d neoamerican hoodoo church
  • Ishmael Reed
  • Four lines of a black love letter between teachers
  • Ed Roberson
  • liberation/poem
  • For a black poet
  • on watching a world series game
  • Sonia Sanchez
  • What marked the river's flow
  • Who collects the pain
  • I have spent my life
  • It is again
  • Moving deep
  • Stephany
  • Inauguration
  • Lorenzo Thomas
  • Gerald W. Barrax
  • Poem for the birthday of Huey P. Newton
  • The Newark Public Library reading room
  • Travois of the nameless
  • Sotère Torregian
  • A day in the life of a poet
  • Impressions/of Chicago; for Howlin' Wolf
  • you come to me
  • The syntax of the mind grips
  • Quincy Troupe
  • autobiography
  • Cathexis
  • your eyes are mirth
  • blues for franks wooten
  • mud water shango
  • Tom Weatherly
  • Whichway
  • black is beautiful
  • it is overdue time
  • lyrics shimmy like
  • Condition blue/dress
  • put u red-eye in
  • F.J. Bryant, Jr.
  • and universals
  • tu
  • Ron Welburn
  • The neighborhood house
  • Jalapeña gypsies
  • Jay Wright
  • A little more traveling music
  • A dance for Ma Rainey
  • A dance for militant dilettantes
  • Dance of the infidels
  • The great Santa Barbara oil disaster or :
  • The prestidigitator [1]
  • The prestidigitator [2]
  • Al Young
  • Blkartsouth poets
  • Racist psycotherapy
  • Isaac J. Black
  • For Walter Washington
  • Ray Charles at Mississippi State
  • Tom Dent
  • whi/te boys gone
  • i rode with geronimo
  • The blues (in two parts)
  • 2 B BLK
  • Food for thought
  • Val Ferdinand (Kalamu ya Salaam)
  • legacy of a brother
  • Renaldo Fernandez
  • A message for Langston
  • Kush
  • Bedtime story
  • Black woman throws a tantrum
  • Poetry.
  • Confession to Malcolm
  • I watched little black boys
  • First time I was sweet sixteen
  • easy way out
  • Nayo (Barbara Malcolm)
  • Shades of Pharoah Sanders blues for my baby
  • John O'Neal
  • Vision from the ghetto
  • Freedom hair
  • Moon bound
  • Raymond Washington
  • Conyus
  • Lonely woman
  • I'm a worker
  • Suppression
  • The rising
  • Jayne Cortez
  • First claims poem
  • urban dream
  • Victor Hernandez Cruz
  • Riot
  • Whitey, baby
  • Black man, 13th floor
  • For "Mr. Dudley," a black spy
  • Panther man
  • James A. Emanuel
  • Vive noir!
  • Mari Evans
  • Reading Walt Whitman
  • Europe
  • Lullaby for Ann-Lucian
  • Gwendolyn Brooks
  • Calvin Forbes
  • My poem
  • Nikki Giovanni
  • Something old, something new
  • The realist
  • The excuse
  • Carl H. Greene
  • blackgoldblueswoman
  • today is not like they said--
  • Kirk Hall
  • Ballad of the hoppy-toad
  • A mother speaks : the Algiers Motel incident, Detroit
  • High modes : vision as ritual : confirmation
  • Zocalo
  • The guerrilla-cong
  • Michael S. Harper
  • My baby
  • A daddy poem
  • William J. Harris
  • The anti-semanticist
  • Everett Hoagland
  • Margaret Walker
  • Old love butchered (Colorado Springs and Huachuca)
  • Trellie
  • I do not know the power of my hand
  • There is a nation
  • Lance Jeffers
  • I have seen them
  • When a woman gets blue
  • Be you
  • The silent prophet
  • July 27
  • The dream (1863)
  • The poet the dreamer
  • Norman Jordan
  • Cocoa morning
  • Heavy water blues
  • Geneology
  • Bob Kaufman
  • The warden said to me the other day
  • Crazy pigeon
  • A WASP woman visits a black junkie in prison
  • It was a funky deal
  • Robert Hayden
  • For Langston Hughes
  • Etheridge Knight
  • Suncoming
  • Remnant ghosts at dawn
  • Lines to the black oak
  • Oliver LaGrone
  • One sided shoot-out
  • a poem to complement other poems
  • Don L. Lee
  • Generation
  • Ka 'Ba
  • New York City 1970
  • Coal
  • Audre Lorde
  • Sometimes I go to Camarillo & sit in the lounge
  • Lacrimas or there is a need to scream
  • K. Curtis Lyle
  • Sally : Twelfth Street
  • Brothers at the bar
  • Souvenir
  • The twenty grand (Saturday night on the block)
  • Richard A. Long
  • Algiers 1969 : a report on the Pan-African Cultural Festival
  • Nathan Hare
  • Through the prism of folklore : the Black ethos of slavery
  • Sterling Stuckey
  • The legacy of Malcolm X, and the coming of the Black nation
  • Imamu Amiri Baraka (LeRoi Jones)
  • Blkartsouth/get on up!
  • Val Ferdinand (Kalamu ya Salaam)
  • Psychology : the Black Bible
  • Criticism.
  • Eldridge Cleaver
  • Black art : mute matter given force and function
  • Maulana Ron Karenga
  • Hemlock for the artist : Karenga style
  • James Cunningham
  • On revolutionary culture
  • Emory Douglas
  • Culture : Negro, Black and Nigger
  • Johnetta B. Cole
  • The teaching of Afro-American literature
  • Dilemma of the Negro novelist in the U.S.A.
  • Darwin T. Turner
  • Afroamerican literature : the conscience of man
  • Lance Jeffers
  • 19 necromancers from now (introduction)
  • Ishmael Reed
  • The son of my father
  • Addison Gayle, Jr.
  • Some observations on a black aesthetic
  • Adam David Miller
  • An interview with Clarence Major and Victor Hernandez Cruz
  • Chester Himes
  • Walt Shepperd
  • Statement on aesthetics, poetics, kinetics
  • Al Young
  • Remarks at the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Conference on the Negro American, 1965
  • Ralph Ellison
  • Why I left America
  • James Baldwin
  • Black studies : International dimensions
  • Purposes
  • Founding address by C. Eric Lincoln : "The Excellence of Soul"
  • Second Annual Awards Banquet.
  • Black Academy of Arts and Letters
  • Documents.
  • Statement of basic aims and objectives of the Organization of Afro-American Unity
  • Basic Unity Program, Organization of Afro-American Unity
  • Malcolm X
  • Statement of purpose and program
  • Institute of the Black World
  • Program
  • The Black World Foundation program
Dimensions
18 cm.
Extent
606 pages
Lccn
74181598
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center's copy gift of Eileen Kaufman.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00505352
  • (OCoLC)ocm00505352
Label
New Black voices : an anthology of contemporary Afro-American literature, edited, with an introd. and biographical notes, by Abraham Chapman
Publication
Contributor
Donor
Note
Includes poetry by Bob Kaufman, p. 273-276
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 589-606
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Ernest J. Gaines
  • We who came after
  • Ronald L. Fair
  • A time to mourn
  • Etheridge Knight
  • A good long sidewalk
  • William Melvin Kelley
  • Bright an' mownin' star
  • Mike Thelwell
  • Chicken Hawk's dream
  • Fiction.
  • Al Young
  • A solo song : for Doc
  • James Alan McPherson
  • A house divided
  • Jeanne A. Taylor
  • The life and loves of Mr. Jiveass Nigger (Prologue)
  • Cecil Brown
  • The long sell
  • Victor Steven Walker
  • Rehabilitation and treatment
  • The cotillion (Foreward)
  • Joe Martinez
  • John Oliver Killens
  • The numbers writer
  • Robert Deane Pharr
  • Mary's convert
  • Cyrus Colter
  • Three men
  • Sacred chant for the return of black spirit and power
  • Naomi Long Madgett
  • Vietnam #4
  • Self world
  • Clarence Major
  • The African thing
  • The hungry black child
  • the pruning
  • mulch
  • Adam David Miller
  • The middle passage and after
  • Imamu Amiri Baraka (LeRoi Jones)
  • Harlem gallery : from the inside
  • Lady's days
  • Larry Neal
  • Changed mind (or the day i woke up)
  • Black Henry
  • I wonta thank ya
  • Tejumola Ologboni (Rockie D. Taylor)
  • What we know
  • Black Power
  • When I awoke
  • The scuba diver recovers the body of a drowned child
  • A word to the wise is enough
  • Schwerner, Chaney, Goodman
  • This age
  • Raymond R. Patterson
  • The signs
  • Passage
  • N.H. Pritchard
  • Primitives
  • The melting pot
  • Old Witherington
  • The old gory
  • Dudley Randall
  • Parapoetics
  • Spearo's blues (or : Ode to a Grecian yearn)
  • Definition of nature
  • Eugene Redmond
  • catechism of d neoamerican hoodoo church
  • Ishmael Reed
  • Four lines of a black love letter between teachers
  • Ed Roberson
  • liberation/poem
  • For a black poet
  • on watching a world series game
  • Sonia Sanchez
  • What marked the river's flow
  • Who collects the pain
  • I have spent my life
  • It is again
  • Moving deep
  • Stephany
  • Inauguration
  • Lorenzo Thomas
  • Gerald W. Barrax
  • Poem for the birthday of Huey P. Newton
  • The Newark Public Library reading room
  • Travois of the nameless
  • Sotère Torregian
  • A day in the life of a poet
  • Impressions/of Chicago; for Howlin' Wolf
  • you come to me
  • The syntax of the mind grips
  • Quincy Troupe
  • autobiography
  • Cathexis
  • your eyes are mirth
  • blues for franks wooten
  • mud water shango
  • Tom Weatherly
  • Whichway
  • black is beautiful
  • it is overdue time
  • lyrics shimmy like
  • Condition blue/dress
  • put u red-eye in
  • F.J. Bryant, Jr.
  • and universals
  • tu
  • Ron Welburn
  • The neighborhood house
  • Jalapeña gypsies
  • Jay Wright
  • A little more traveling music
  • A dance for Ma Rainey
  • A dance for militant dilettantes
  • Dance of the infidels
  • The great Santa Barbara oil disaster or :
  • The prestidigitator [1]
  • The prestidigitator [2]
  • Al Young
  • Blkartsouth poets
  • Racist psycotherapy
  • Isaac J. Black
  • For Walter Washington
  • Ray Charles at Mississippi State
  • Tom Dent
  • whi/te boys gone
  • i rode with geronimo
  • The blues (in two parts)
  • 2 B BLK
  • Food for thought
  • Val Ferdinand (Kalamu ya Salaam)
  • legacy of a brother
  • Renaldo Fernandez
  • A message for Langston
  • Kush
  • Bedtime story
  • Black woman throws a tantrum
  • Poetry.
  • Confession to Malcolm
  • I watched little black boys
  • First time I was sweet sixteen
  • easy way out
  • Nayo (Barbara Malcolm)
  • Shades of Pharoah Sanders blues for my baby
  • John O'Neal
  • Vision from the ghetto
  • Freedom hair
  • Moon bound
  • Raymond Washington
  • Conyus
  • Lonely woman
  • I'm a worker
  • Suppression
  • The rising
  • Jayne Cortez
  • First claims poem
  • urban dream
  • Victor Hernandez Cruz
  • Riot
  • Whitey, baby
  • Black man, 13th floor
  • For "Mr. Dudley," a black spy
  • Panther man
  • James A. Emanuel
  • Vive noir!
  • Mari Evans
  • Reading Walt Whitman
  • Europe
  • Lullaby for Ann-Lucian
  • Gwendolyn Brooks
  • Calvin Forbes
  • My poem
  • Nikki Giovanni
  • Something old, something new
  • The realist
  • The excuse
  • Carl H. Greene
  • blackgoldblueswoman
  • today is not like they said--
  • Kirk Hall
  • Ballad of the hoppy-toad
  • A mother speaks : the Algiers Motel incident, Detroit
  • High modes : vision as ritual : confirmation
  • Zocalo
  • The guerrilla-cong
  • Michael S. Harper
  • My baby
  • A daddy poem
  • William J. Harris
  • The anti-semanticist
  • Everett Hoagland
  • Margaret Walker
  • Old love butchered (Colorado Springs and Huachuca)
  • Trellie
  • I do not know the power of my hand
  • There is a nation
  • Lance Jeffers
  • I have seen them
  • When a woman gets blue
  • Be you
  • The silent prophet
  • July 27
  • The dream (1863)
  • The poet the dreamer
  • Norman Jordan
  • Cocoa morning
  • Heavy water blues
  • Geneology
  • Bob Kaufman
  • The warden said to me the other day
  • Crazy pigeon
  • A WASP woman visits a black junkie in prison
  • It was a funky deal
  • Robert Hayden
  • For Langston Hughes
  • Etheridge Knight
  • Suncoming
  • Remnant ghosts at dawn
  • Lines to the black oak
  • Oliver LaGrone
  • One sided shoot-out
  • a poem to complement other poems
  • Don L. Lee
  • Generation
  • Ka 'Ba
  • New York City 1970
  • Coal
  • Audre Lorde
  • Sometimes I go to Camarillo & sit in the lounge
  • Lacrimas or there is a need to scream
  • K. Curtis Lyle
  • Sally : Twelfth Street
  • Brothers at the bar
  • Souvenir
  • The twenty grand (Saturday night on the block)
  • Richard A. Long
  • Algiers 1969 : a report on the Pan-African Cultural Festival
  • Nathan Hare
  • Through the prism of folklore : the Black ethos of slavery
  • Sterling Stuckey
  • The legacy of Malcolm X, and the coming of the Black nation
  • Imamu Amiri Baraka (LeRoi Jones)
  • Blkartsouth/get on up!
  • Val Ferdinand (Kalamu ya Salaam)
  • Psychology : the Black Bible
  • Criticism.
  • Eldridge Cleaver
  • Black art : mute matter given force and function
  • Maulana Ron Karenga
  • Hemlock for the artist : Karenga style
  • James Cunningham
  • On revolutionary culture
  • Emory Douglas
  • Culture : Negro, Black and Nigger
  • Johnetta B. Cole
  • The teaching of Afro-American literature
  • Dilemma of the Negro novelist in the U.S.A.
  • Darwin T. Turner
  • Afroamerican literature : the conscience of man
  • Lance Jeffers
  • 19 necromancers from now (introduction)
  • Ishmael Reed
  • The son of my father
  • Addison Gayle, Jr.
  • Some observations on a black aesthetic
  • Adam David Miller
  • An interview with Clarence Major and Victor Hernandez Cruz
  • Chester Himes
  • Walt Shepperd
  • Statement on aesthetics, poetics, kinetics
  • Al Young
  • Remarks at the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Conference on the Negro American, 1965
  • Ralph Ellison
  • Why I left America
  • James Baldwin
  • Black studies : International dimensions
  • Purposes
  • Founding address by C. Eric Lincoln : "The Excellence of Soul"
  • Second Annual Awards Banquet.
  • Black Academy of Arts and Letters
  • Documents.
  • Statement of basic aims and objectives of the Organization of Afro-American Unity
  • Basic Unity Program, Organization of Afro-American Unity
  • Malcolm X
  • Statement of purpose and program
  • Institute of the Black World
  • Program
  • The Black World Foundation program
Dimensions
18 cm.
Extent
606 pages
Lccn
74181598
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center's copy gift of Eileen Kaufman.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00505352
  • (OCoLC)ocm00505352

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