0421 Mari Evans

Mari Evans

A Dark and Splendid Mass (poems)1992Collection
And the Old Women Gathered (The Gospel Singers)Poemhttp://www.ctadams.com/marievans5.html

Behind the Green Door1977Essay
Black Women Writers, 1950-1980: A Critical Evaluation (ed.)1984Collection
Blackness: A Definition1969Essay
Boochie (play)1979Play
Celebration (I will bring you a whole person)1993Poemhttp://www.math.buffalo.edu/~sww/poetry/evans_mari.html#celebration
Clarity as Concept: A Poet’s Perspective (essays)2006Collection
Contemporary Black Literature1970Essay
Continuum: New and Selected Poems2007Collection
Dear Corinne, Tell Somebody! Love, Annie ... (children)1999Book
Decolonization as Goal; Political Writing as Device1979Essay
Eyes (play, adaptation)1979Play
How We Speak2003
I Am a Black Woman1970Poemhttp://www.math.buffalo.edu/~sww/poetry/evans_mari.html#I%20am%20a%20Black%20Woman


I Am a Black Woman (poems)1970Collection
I Look at Me!1974Essay
I’m Late: The Story of LaNeese and Moonlight and Alisha ... (children)2005Book
In the Time of the Whirlwind: I’m with You1968Essay
J.D. (children)1973Book
Jim Flying High (children)1979Book
Night Star, 1973-1978 (poems)1981Collection
Portrait of a Man (play)1979Play
Rap Stories1974Collection
River of My Song (play)1977Play
Singing Black: Alternative Nursery Rhymes for Children1976Collection
Speak the Truth to the PeoplePoem
The Nature and Methodology of Colonization ... A Systems Approach1979Essay
The Rebel (When I)Poemhttp://www.math.buffalo.edu/~sww/poetry/evans_mari.html#rebel


To Be Born BlackPoem
When in RomePoem
Where Have You GonePoemhttp://www.math.buffalo.edu/~sww/poetry/evans_mari.html#where%20gone


Where is the Music (poems)1968Collection
Who Can Be Born Black?Poemhttp://www.math.buffalo.edu/~sww/poetry/evans_mari.html#Who%20Can%20Be%20Born%20Black?




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