Furious flower : seeding the future of African American poetry

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Summary
Furious Flower: Seeding the Future of African American Poetry is an anthology of poems by more than one hundred award-winning poets, including Jericho Brown, Justin Philip Reed, and Tracy K. Smith, with themed essays on poetics from celebrated scholars such as Kwame Dawes, Meta DuEwa Jones, and Evie Shockley. The Furious Flower Poetry Center is the nation's first academic center for Black poetry. In this eponymous collection, editors Joanne V. Gabbin and Lauren K. Alleyne bring together many of the paramount voices in Black poetry and poetics active today, composing an electrifying mosaic of voices, generations, and aesthetics that reveals the Black narrative in the work of twentieth- and twenty-first-century writers. Intellectually enlightening and powerfully enlivening, Furious Flower explores and celebrates the idea of the Black poetic voice by posing the question, What's next for Black poetic expression?
Contents
Foreword / Rita Dove
Preface / Joanne V. Gabbin and Lauren K. Alleyne
Communities and Social Movements in Black Poetry / John H. Bracey
I Don't Think for a Second That We Won't Survive This / Abdul Ali
Praise Song for the Table in the Cafeteria Where All the Black Boys Sat Together during a Block, Laughing Too Loudly
Preface to a Twenty-Volume Regicide Note / Joshua B. Bennett
Mother / Reginald Dwayne Betts
Fish Fry / Remica Bingham-Risher
for home / Destiny O. Birdsong
Re-Portrait Your Name, Douglas / F. Douglas Brown
The Card Tables / Jericho Brown
Boxing Arethas / Curtis L. Crisler
Knuckle Head / Teri Ellen Cross Davis
self-portrait with no flag / Safia Elhillo
poems I didn't write for you / Alexis Pauline Gumbs
Making / Duriel E. Harris
Miz Lucille / DaMaris B. Hill
Bread Pudding Grandmamma / Darrel Alejandro Holnes
Praise Poem for My Leo Self / JP Howard
Gender Reveal / Amanda Johnston
To the Builders / Fred Joiner
A Haiku Love Letter for Gabby Douglas / Yalie Kamara
Cartography as an Act of Remembering / Donika Kelly
We Put So Much Faith in the Power of Doors / Jacqueline Jones LaMon
Conditions for a Southern Gothic / Rickey Laurentiis
which art? what fact? / Nate Marshall
Initiation / Kamilah Aisha Moon
Activism is hot just ask Jason Momoa / Khadijah Queen
prayer for the unseen / Anastacia-Renee'
The Silences / Mahtem Shiferraw
what the cicada said to the black boy / Clint Smith
Bring Back / Samantha Thornhill
Experiments, Technology, and the Black Avant-Garde / Evie Shockley
Night / Reginald Dwayne Betts
Another Clearing of the Land: Epitaph for Hadiyah Pendleton / Tara Betts
The Root / Derrick Weston Brown
Our People I
Our People II / CM Burroughs
BBHMM / Tiana Clark
Decline and Fall / Michael Collins
Early Death Syndrome / Nandi Comer
Revivalism 101 / Mary-Alice Daniel
#notorious / t'ai freedom ford
When the Therapist Asks You to Recount, You Have to Say It / Aricka Foreman
American Counting Rhyme / Duriel E. Harris
Boogie Nights (Got to Keep On Dancing) / Clemonce Heard
Aeration
If not memory- / Taylor Johnson
what we lose in the fire a blown tire makes us see / Raina J. Leo'n
Dew-Drier / Dante Micheaux
Girl with the golden contacts at the Walmart / Opal Moore
Variation on a Theme by Elizabeth Bishop / John Murillo
"Let My Anger Be the Celebration We Were Never Supposed to Have" / Natasha Oladokun
We, the Rubber Men / Iain Haley Pollock
American Religion / Lynne Procope
I Wish You Black Sons / Glenis Redmond
Cathedral / Valencia Robin
Realism: a poetics / Metta SaI'¹ma
Candelabra with Heads / Nicole Sealey
For the Dead Homie / Danez Smith
Global Warming Blues / Mariahadessa Ekere Tallie
Ars Poetica / Marcus Wicker
Asterism / Keith S. Wilson
Resurrection Sunday / L. Lamar Wilson
uncle shot find(s) out dat aint a brudda sangin I Can't Go For That (No Can Do) / avery r. young
Toward a Pan-African Poetics / Kwame Dawes
X / Joshua B. Bennett
my brother asks me what it's like to live in Utah and not be white / Lillian-Yvonne Bertram
When I Think of Tamir Rice While Driving / Reginald Dwayne Betts
After Andy Warhol's "Little Race Riot"
White Privilege / Tara Betts
Recovery
Found Art / Destiny O. Birdsong
Preacher Crow's Sermon on the Ark of Bones / Dexter L. Booth
Melinated Merman aka Aquabruh Wants to Holler at You
Thanks / Derrick Weston Brown
Brown to Browne :: Douglass to Tubman Remix
Re-Portrait of an Icon / F. Douglas Brown
The Long Way / Jericho Brown
Devotion ("I Am on the Battlefield for My Lord") / Cortney Lamar Charleston
Garden of the Gods / Ama Codjoe
Anarcha Appears Again and Again / Nandi Comer
Say, Divine
My Resistance Is Black / DeI'¹Lana R. A. Dameron
Jim on the Raft after His "Dream" / Hayes Davis
Persimmons / Mitchell L. H. Douglas
application for asylum / Safia Elhillo
To the Old Square / Chanda Feldman
Voyage of Kianda (from Angola to the Caribbean): Art Formerly Known as The Sable Venus Speaks Back / Sherese Francis
A Reckoning: Assata in 1980 / DaMaris B. Hill
Consume/d / Fred Joiner
Parable for Refugees / Ladan Osman
A Fruit We Never Tasted / Xandria Phillips
From Descent / Lauren Russell
Gnawa Boy, Marrakesh, 1968 / Charif Shanahan
The View from Down Here / Bianca Lynne Spriggs
Cankerworms / Cedric Tillman
Stringing "New" Rhythms in the Present-Future of Black Poetry and Music / Meta DuEwa Jones
the river it shines pure white / Lillian-Yvonne Bertram
Charleston / Cortney Lamar Charleston
Of Being Sick and Tired / Ama Codjoe
if someone should take your picture & make you black / t'ai freedom ford
Time Capsule: Franklin / Krista Franklin
Versal / francine j. harris
Even When Spilling / Marcus Jackson
Sugar Shack
Sure, You Can Ask Me about Hiphop / Alan W. King
Each Night / Ana-Maurine Lara
White Ferrari / Shayla Lawson
The "S" in I Loves You, Porgy
How I Wish I Could Be as Happy as Zaytoven Playing Piano for Gucci on NPR, Tiny Desk / Nabila Lovelace
Tapping at Mama's Knees / Cynthia Manick
Loud Looks / Douglas Manuel
Ornate Culmination / David Mills
The Langston Hop / Indigo Moor
Twenty-Seven w/ "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" / Nkosi Nkululeko
LAMENTATION (Black Jesus Remix) / Julian Randall
How the Body Remembers / darlene anita scott
Upright
Exit Wound / Kevin Simmonds
Symphony of Soul / Candice Wiley
Evensong / Korey Williams
Queerness and Gender Identities in Black Poetry / Nagueyalti Warren
Our child is not yet ten and we are clearing his closet / Remica Bingham-Risher
After the last flower is trampled / Dexter L. Booth
Why I Don't Call On Cops / Nandi Comer
The Skin That Tells / Krista Franklin
Genesis Janice N. Harrington
On Reflection / Randall Horton
Featuring Lonette Mckee as Sister / Amaud Jamaul Johnson
See Him / Bettina Judd
Ritual for Unbusying / Natasha Marin
Structural Dilemma / Saretta Morgan
Re'sume' Names / Shauna M. Morgan
I Always Wanna Fall Asleep When My Momma Does My Hair but She Won't Let Me / Nkosi Nkululeko
Open Season / Justin Phillip Reed
Only for Now, or, Maafa on a Monday Ride through the City in Which I Decided I Should Just Go On & Die Alone / darlene anita scott
Hands / Safiya Sinclair
Aubade
Blackberries / Amber Flora Thomas
Loni, with a martini and sapphire balls / Arisa White
Discipline / Phillip B. Williams
Blood in My Eye: The Poetics of Trauma and Memory / Dominique Christina
Homage to My Spiritual Mothers: Audre Lord, Barbara Smith, and Cherrie Moraga / Toi Derricotte 
Give Me Some Wobble: On Why I Love Phillis Wheatley's Capacious Little Poem / Camille T. Dungy
How I Wrote "Papa Was a Rolling Stone" / Cornelius Eady
Let Your Engine Be Love / Ross Gay
A Poetics of Practice / Terrance Hayes
Statement on Poetry / Erica Hunt
My Lyrical Self / Major Jackson
Black Poetry: The Collective Experience / Tyehimba Jess
Try to Care about Someone Other Than Yourself: Creating Subtext through Empathy / A. Van Jordan
Poetics as Response to Certain Tropes as Allergens / Douglas Kearney
Aporia and the Poetics of Beauty as Non-Resolution / Ruth Ellen Kocher
Persona Non Grata / Tony Medina
Space Dream Struggle / E. Ethelbert Miller
Black Like Everything / Thylias Moss
As the Crow Flies (A Reorientation) / Mendi Lewis Obadike
Notes on Voice / Gregory Pardlo
On Noticing: Notes on Aesthetic Ambition and the Postcolonial Poet / Matthew Shenoda
We are rapidly running out of ways to write this world / Patricia Smith
Altogether Unlike Itself: The Uses of Metaphor / Tracy K. Smith
Thinking in Words (for Lorenzo Thomas and June Jordan) / Patricia Spears Jones
A Poetics of Empathy / Sharan Strange
Seeing to Be: Daring the Impossible to Make Each Other Possible / Lyrae Van Clief-Stefanon
Memory, Research, Imagination, and the Mining of Historical Poetry / Frank X Walker.

Additional Information
Subjects American poetry -- African American authors.
American poetry -- 20th century.
American poetry -- 21st century.
African Americans -- Poetry.
Poetry.
Publisher Evanston, Illinois :2020
Contributors Gabbin, Joanne V., editor.
Alleyne, Lauren K., editor.
Dove, Rita, writer of foreword.
James Madison University. Furious Flower Poetry Center.
Language English
Notes "Furious Flower: Seeding the Future of African American Poetry is the third anthology to come out of the project that began in 1994 with the first Furious Flower Poetry Conference. Like the two previous volumes--The Furious Flowering of African American Poetry (University of Virginia Press, 1999) and Furious Flower: African American Poetry from the Black Arts Movement to the Present (University of Virginia Press, 2004)--this anthology emerges from a conference, the third decade-defining conference, held in 2014"--Preface.
Description xxxv, 441 pages : illustrations, music ; 23 cm
ISBN 9780810141544
081014154X
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