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Killens Review of Arts & Letters (Fall / Winter 2012)
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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    Book Description:

    Fall / Winter 2012 “Reconstructing the Master Narrative”

    The Fall 2012 issue offers stimulating dialogue on the topic of the expanding master narrative.

    Essay: “Henry Dumas and John Oliver Killens: Activism Across Generations” by Jeffrey Leak (Read)
    Fiction: “Arc of Bones” by Henry Dumas
    Portfolio: Artist David Graves
    Feature: Selected Proceedings from the 2010 National Black Writers Conference by Brenda+M.+Greene, Ph.D. (Read)
    Feature: Black Writers Reconstructing the Master Narrative (Read)
    Feature: The Impact of Hip-Hop and Popular Culture in the Literature of Black Writers
    Poetry: By Tracy K. Smith
    Portfolio: Jean-Michel Basquiat: A Dedication to His Growth as an Artist by Javaka Steptoe
    Tribute: To Lynnette Velasco
    Fiction: My Own Flesh and Blood by Ngwah-Mbo Nana Nkweti

    Henry Dumas photograph courtesy of the Henry Lee Dumas Estate: Eugene B. Redmond, literary executor.Copyright 1968-2012 by Loretta Dumas and Eugene B. Redmond