Into a Light Both Brilliant and Unseen: Conversations with Contemporary Black Poets

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Walking into the Light

Grewal, Inderpal. Transnational America: Feminisms, Diasporas, Neoliberalisms. Durham: Duke University Press, 2005.

Johnson, James Weldon. The Book of American Negro Poetry. New York: BiblioBazaar, 2006.

Mullen, Harryette. “Poetry and Identity.” In Telling It Slant: Avant-Garde Poetics of the 1990s, edited by Mark Wallace and Steven Mark, 27–31 Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2001.

Pereira, Malin. Rita Dove’s Cosmopolitanism. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2003.

Young, Kevin. “Thieves of Paradise.” The Boston Review: A Political and Literary Forum, April/May 1999. http://www.bostonreview.net/BR24.2/ young.html (accessed March 11, 2010).


Wanda Coleman

Brown, Patricia. “What Saves Us: An Interview with Wanda Coleman.” Callaloo 26.3 (2003): 635–61.

Coleman, Wanda. “Coulda, Shoulda, Woulda.” Review of A Song Flung Up to Heaven, by Maya Angelou. Los Angeles Times, April 14, 2002, R3.

———. “On Theloniousism.” Caliban 4 (August 1988): 67–79.

———. “Poetic Dynamics and the Meta-Lingo of the Manuscript.” In Ordering the Storm: How to Put Together a Book of Poems, edited by Susan Grimm, 29–33. Cleveland: Cleveland State University Poetry Center, 2006.

Cormer, Krista. “Black Los Angeles and Wanda Coleman.” In Landscapes of the New West: Gender and Geography in Contemporary Women’s Writing, 88–103 Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1999.

Magistrale, Tony. “Doing Battle with the Wolf: A Critical Introduction to Wanda Coleman’s Poetry.” Black American Literature Forum 23.3, 1989): 539–54.

Magistrale, Tony, and Patricia Ferreira. “Sweet Mama Wanda Tells Fortunes: An Interview with Wanda Coleman.” Black American Literature Forum 24.3 (1990): 491–507.

Pereira, Malin. “Sister Seer and Scribe: Teaching Wanda Coleman’s and Elizabeth Alexander’s Poetic Responses to Sylvia Plath.” Plath Profiles 1.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Walking into the Light - Contemporary Black Poetry, Traditions, and the Individual Talent 1
  • Wanda Coleman 9
  • Yusef Komunyakaa 45
  • Rita Dove 69
  • Harryette Munen 100
  • Thylias Moss 122
  • Cornenus Eady 163
  • Cyrus Cassells 201
  • Elizabeth Alexander 216
  • Bibliography 243
  • Index 261
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