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Killens Review of Arts & Letters (Fall / Winter 2010)
Edited by Clarence V. Reynolds

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    Format: Magazine
    Classification: Fiction
    Imprint: Center for Black Literature
    Publisher: Medgar Evers College
    Parent Company: City University of New York
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    Fall / Winter 2010 “The Power of Voice”

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    This issue of the Killens Review takes a look at the power and beauty of just a few voices that speak to us, for us, and about us. There is an exclusive interview with the late Obie Award-winning playwright Ntozake Shange, who shares the passions that drive her. A selection of poems by Carolyn M. Rodgers; and professor, poet and essayist Geoffrey Jacques takes a look at one aspect of the dynamic works by Amiri Baraka, “In the Tradition.” Photographer Jules Allen displays his voice through a series of captivating images.

    Table of Contents

    Essay: “Amiri Baraka and Poetic Obscurity” by Geoffrey Jacques
    Interview: A Conversation with Ntozake Shange by Brenda M. Greene, Ph.D. (Read)
    Excerpt: Some Sing, Some Cry by Notzake Shange and Ifa Bayeza
    Poetry: A Rich Voice in Verse: Poems by Carolyn M. Rodgers; Movement by Keisha-Gaye Anderson
    Portfolio: Photographer Jules Allen
    Fiction: Ms. Cuffee by Sean Anderson