Regenerating the Black Poetic Tradition (Rough Cut), 2004
Date of Creation
00:10 Introduction begins; 00:40 Joanne Gabbin narrates; 01:35 Houston Baker reads "This is Not a Poem"; 02:55 Jerry W. Ward Jr. interviews Baker; 10:51 footage of Baker speaking about Gwendolyn Brooks at Conference; 12:33 Monifa Love interviews Nikki Finney; Finney reads "Jacques Cousteau; 27:48 John H. Bracey Jr. interviews Askia Toure; 34:00 Toure reads "A Song for Patriots"; 38:13 Rita Dove reads "Passages"; 40:00 Camille Dungy interviews Dove; 48:16 Keith Leonard interviews Major Jackson; 50:00 Jackson reads "Urban Renewal xvi"; 58:12 Hilary Holladay interviews Lucille Clifton; 1:01:00 Clifton reads "Cancer"; 1:02:52 Clifton reads "Sunday Morning 9/16/01"
Furious Flower Poetry Center
Gabbin, Joanne (speaker); Baker, Houston (speaker); Ward, Jerry W., Jr. (speaker); Love, Monifa (speaker); Finney, Nikki (speaker); Bracey, John H., Jr. (speaker); Toure, Askia (speaker); Dove, Rita (speaker); Dungy, Camille (speaker); Leonard, Keith (speaker); Jackson, Major (speaker); Holladay, Hilary (speaker); Clifton, Lucille (speaker)
Type of Resource
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Regenerating the Black Poetic Tradition (Rough Cut), 2004, FF0150, Furious Flower Poetry Center Conference Records, 1970-2009 (bulk 1992-2005), UA 0018, Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA.
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