Table of contents for Power and possibility : essays, reviews, and interviews / Elizabeth Alexander.

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I. Black Arts 101
Dunbar Lives!
Sterling Brown: Where Academic Meets Vernacular
Ode to Miss Gwendolyn Brooks (Ten Small Serenades)
The Genius of Romare Bearden
Living in Americas: Poems by Victor Hernandez Cruz
The Yellow House on the Corner and Beyond: Rita Dove on the Edge of Domesticity
The One Who Went Before and Showed the Way: Remembering August Wilson
Bill T. Jones Still/Here
II. Black Feminist Thinking
My Grandmother's Hair
"Imitations of Life"? A Very Short History of Black Women and Food in Popular Iconography
from Jemima to Oprah, or, When Is a Pancake Not Just a Pancake?
Toni Cade's The Black Woman: An Anthology
"Coming Out Blackened and Whole": Fragmentation and Reintegration in Audre Lorde's Zami
and The Cancer Journals
Black Alive and Looking Straight at You: The Legacy of June Jordan
Memory, Community, Voice
Kitchen Table Blues
III. Talking
A Conversation with Deborah Keenan and Diane LeBlanc
Who Is the Self in Language? / Rooted in Language: An Interview with Meta DuEwa Jones
Black Graduation
Africa and the World

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

American poetry -- African American authors -- History and criticism.
American poetry -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
African Americans -- Intellectual life -- 20th century.
African American poets -- Interviews.