Killens Review of Arts & Letters (Spring / Summer 2010)
Edited by Fred Beauford
Publication Date: Mar 01, 2010
List Price: $10.00
Imprint: Center for Black Literature
Publisher: Medgar Evers College
Parent Company: City University of New York
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The inaugural issue of the Killens Review of Arts & Letters was presented at the Tenth National Black Writers Conference, in 2010. Killens Review of Arts & Letters is a biannual, peer-reviewed journal that includes creative nonfiction, essays, poetry, short stories, art and photography by established writers and artists as well as works of newly discovered writers and those whose works have been overlooked in the Western literary canon. Published by the Center for Black Literature at Medgar Eves College, the journal broadens the landscape of literary works produced by writers of the African diaspora.
The Killens Review of Arts & Letters was named for literary activist, author, and professor John Oliver Killens
Table of Contents
- Feature: Let’s Do Lunch by Herb Boyd
- Feature: A Select List of Literary Agents
- Feature: Ebb and Flow in Black Publishing by David Hatchett
- Excerpt: John Oliver Killens: A Life of Black Literary Activism by Keith Gilyard
- Essay:Toni Morrison: Recreating the Master Narrative by Brenda M. Greene, Ph.D.
- Excerpt: Glorious by Bernice L. McFadden
- Essay: Why African-American Children’s Literature? by Lynnette Velasco
- Feature: Blogging: The Democratization of News by Candice Newberry
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