- The way we were: Precious memories of the Black segregated South. Estes-Hicks, Onita // African American Review;Spring93, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p9
Focuses on Afro-American literature on the Black South. Autobiographies; Significance; Comparison of various periods.
- Books briefly mentioned. // African American Review;Spring94, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p155
Reviews several books on Afro-American literature. Includes `Long Goodbyes' by Nikki Baker; `For the Love of Men: Skikata Gai Nai' by SDiane Bogus; `The African' by Harold Courlander; `Black Self-Determination: A Cultural History of African-American Resistance' by V.P. Franklin; `The Travels of...
- A reconsideration of Afro-American literature. Williams, Kenny J. // Academic Questions;Winter92/93, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p24
Argues that Afro-American literature must be understood in its American context. Description of the nineteenth-century Afro-American life; Recognition that there is no such thing as the black experience; Historical background of Afro-American literature.
- Ebony book shelf. // Ebony;Jan1996, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p17
Presents a list of novels and books written by and about African-Americans.
- Ebony book shelf. // Ebony;Aug1996, Vol. 51 Issue 10, p30
Introduces books about African-Americans. Includes `Legal Lynching: Racism, Injustice and the Death Penalty,' by Jesse Jackson; `My First White Friend: Confessions on Race, Love & Forgiveness,' by Patricia Raybon; `Push,' by Sapphire.
- From the lion's view. Salaam, Kalamu ya; Ward Jr., Jerry W. // African American Review;Summer93, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p277
Comments on the legacies of Afro-American writers. Defining the Black South and the multiple concerns of generations in the region.
- The necessity of blacks' writing fiction about the South. Andrews, Raymond // African American Review;Summer93, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p297
Discusses the importance for blacks to write fiction about the South. Raymond Andrews's fictionalized version of his visit to the community of Morgan County, Georgia.
- Fire-casting an eternal de-fascination with death: Writing about the South, and the responsible... Cheatwood, Kiarri T.-H. // African American Review;Summer93, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p301
Focuses on the works of Black Southern writers. Disdain of duality; Negro misleadership; Concurrences of Blackness; Weapon launched against duality.
- Book marks. // Essence (Essence);Oct94, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p70
Previews several books by Afro-American authors. Includes `Wishing on the Moon: The Life and Times of Billie Holiday,' by Donald Clarke; `I Know What the Red Clay Looks Like,' by Rebecca Carroll; `Aman: The Story of a Somali Girl,' as told to Virginia Lee Barnes and Janice Boddy.