NAJEE-ULLAH, MANSOOR, Playwright. Associated with the Frank Silvera Writers' Workshop in New York City. Address: 175 W. 90th St., New York, NY 10024.
Quiet Desperation (1977). Public reading by FSWW, Nov. 7, 1977. Unpub. script in FSWW Archives/Schomburg Collection.
NASH, JOHNNY ( 1940- ), Singer, actor, composer, and screenwriter. Starred in the motion picture Take a Giant Step ( 1961). Recorded songs for Epic, Picwick, Repeat, ABC, and JAD. Composed "What Kind of Love Is This?," "Let Me Cry," and "Lonesome Romeo."
Love Is Not a Game (screenplay, pre-1976).
NAYO (Barbara Malcomb), Poet-playwright. Associated with the Free Southern Theatre (FST) in New Orleans, LA. The author of a volume of poetry, I Want Me a Home ( 1969). Other poems have been included in New Black Voices ( Chapman, 1972) and Black Culture ( Simmons & Hutchinson, 1972).
Fourth Generation (drama, 1969). Prod. by FST, Summer 1969.
NEAL, LARRY ( Lawrence P. Neal) ( 1937-1981), Poet, critic, editor, and major literary spokesman of the Black Arts movement of the 1960s. Born in Atlanta, GA; reared in Philadelphia, PA. Died of a heart attack in Hamilton, New York. Educated at Lincoln Univ./Pennsylvania (B.A., 1961) and the Univ. of Pennsylvania (M.A., 1963). Teacher, Drexel Inst. of Technology, 1963-64. Arts editor of Liberator magazine, 1964-65. Founder, with AMIRI BARAKA, of the Black Arts Repertory Theatre in New York, 1965; also organized the First