CLEAGE, PEARL.
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Subseries 5.2
Printed material about Pearl Cleage, 1966-2011
Boxes 133-142, OP 10-26 and OBV 1-4

Scope and Content Note

The subseries consists of printed material about Pearl Cleage from 1966-2011 including publicity materials for her published works and performances such as promotional bookmarks, flyers, display cards, and magazine advertisements. The subseries also contains reviews for her novels, non-fiction books, and plays. Fliers, announcements, and invitations document Cleage's appearances, readings, and book signings. The articles included in the series span Cleage's career as a writer and community leader in Atlanta from 1968-2007. The articles were published in such periodicals as Atlanta Magazine, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The New York Times, and Essence. The articles mostly relate to Cleage's novels and plays. The subseries also includes book cover mock-ups, bestsellers' lists, programs, and assorted clippings.

Arrangement Note

Arranged by record type; then in chronological order.

Articles
Box Folder Content
133 1 1966 "Pearl Cleage is Class Genius"
133 2 1969 April 18, "Student Plays Being Presented," Marlene McKinley, The HilltopMarlene McKinley,
133 3 1972 August 12, "Themes and Variations," Xernona Clayton, Atlanta VoiceXernona Clayton,
133 4 1975 November, "Artistic Heart, Political Mind," Tina McElroy, Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionTina McElroy,
133 5 1977 December, "The Jugglers," J. Michael Robertson, Atlanta Magazine, page 50 J. Michael Robertson,
133 6 1978 January, "Pearl," Sam Hull, Off P'Tree, p. 34-36 Sam Hull,
133 7 1978 March 19, "Atlanta: Image is Growing as Black Mecca," The Detroit News
133 8 1978 November 29, "The Couple Who Want It All," Helen Smith, The Atlanta ConstitutionHelen Smith,
133 9 1985 March 14, "Two Preteens To Preform Pearl Cleage's 'Lessons,'" Helen C. Smith, Atlanta JournalHelen C. Smith,
133 10 1986 July 30, "Tomorrow Today Last Week," Steve Murray, Southline, page 34 Steve Murray,
133 11 1986 October 17, "Pearl Cleage Insists on Fairness with 'Practice,'" Linda Sherbert, Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionLinda Sherbert,
133 12 1987 January 14, "Love and Trouble," Southline
133 13 1987 January 16, "Only Trouble Is That Show Can't Be Labeled," Paula Crouch, Atlanta JournalPaula Crouch,
133 14 1987 January 17, "Pearl Cleage and Zaron Burnett in Love and Trouble," Creative Loafing, page 1B
133 15 1987 January 23, "'Love' Worth the Trouble in New Drama," Paula Crouch, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, page 1P
133 16 1987 July 19, "Tomorrow Today a Timely Affair," Helen C. Smith, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, page 1J
133 17 1987 August 22, "Tomorrow Today 1987: a Retrospective," Patrick Gaffney, Creative Loafing, page 5B Patrick Gaffney,
133 18 1987 December 26, "Weaving Dreams Into Meaningful Mythologies," Patrick Gaffney, Creative Loafing, page 3B
133 19 1988 January 28, "Ex-Health Planner Likes Entertainment Life," Peter Scott, Intown ExtraPeter Scott,
133 20 1988 January 30, "Club Zebra Re-Creates Speakeasy Atmosphere," Paula Crouch, page 4B
133 21 1988 December 21, "Zebra's 'Clearing the Heart' Confronts Racism and Sexism," Steve Murray, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
133 22 1989 July, "Live at Club Zebra," Donald Stone, Fast Forward Magazine, pages 44-45 Donald Stone,
133 23 1990 April, "Accepted Bids," Ingrid Sell, Bay WindowsIngrid Sell,
133 24 1990 April 11, "Two Powerful Tales of Black Women," Debra Cash, Boston GlobeDebra Cash,
133 25 1990 November 16, "Author Cleage is 'Mad at Miles,' Other Men Who Abuse Women," Maureen Downey, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, page. F-3 Maureen Downey,
133 26 1990 December 15, "Brutal Lessons," Ron Sailor, Creative Loafing, page 9 Ron Sailor,
133 27 1991, "Catalyst," Patrick E. White, Literary Magazine ReviewPatrick E. White,
133 28 1991 January 14, "Pearl of Wisdom," Linda Jones, The Detroit News, page 7-E Linda Jones,
133 29 1991 January 18, "Pearl Cleage," Washington City Paper
133 30 1991 January 20, "Limelight," Dana Thomas, The Washington PostDana Thomas,
133 31 1991 January 27, "Pearl Cleage Keeping Current," Kristen Faurest, The Courier JournalKristen Faurest,
133 32 1991 June 27, "Images...A Blackwoman's Guide to Truth," Kathryn M. Ervin, Westside Story NewspaperKathryn M. Ervin,
133 33 1991 August 6, "Cleage gets personal in book of short stories," LaTicia D. Greggs, Chicago Defender, page 15 LaTicia D. Greggs,
133 34 1992, "'Late Bus to Mecca:' A New Play Written and Directed by Pearl Cleage," Spelman Messenger, page 9
133 35 1993 July 23, "I Never Thought I Could Leave You," Atlanta Voice, Stan Washington, Stan Washington,
133 36 1993 July 29, Untitled, Bette DeRamus, The Detroit NewsBette DeRamus,
133 37 1993 July 29, "In the Chasm of Racism & Sexism," Mary Ann French, Washington Post, page C1 Mary Ann French,
133 38 1993 July/August, "May Luncheon Recap," Ingrid Tullos, AWN Network News, page 3 Ingrid Tullos,
133 39 1993 August 1, "Author Hopes Her Pen Will Turn Words Into Work For Change," Reshma Memon Yaqub, Chicago Tribune, Section 6, page 2 Reshma Memon Yaqub,
133 40 1993 August 1, "Exasperation Drives Her Pen to Cut Deep," Betty M. Washington, The Milwaukee JournalBetty M. Washington,
133 41 1993 August 6, "Q&A," Naomi Pabst, The Nightly, page 8 Naomi Pabst,
133 42 1993 August 11, "Readings & Lectures," Bruce Barcott, Seattle WeeklyBruce Barcott,
133 43 1993 August, 17, "From 'mantone' to insight, Cleage delivers a reality check," Mary Elizabeth Cronin, The Seattle TimesMary Elizabeth Cronin,
133 44 1993 August 30, "We Are Being Beaten," Lynell George, Los Angeles Times, page E1 Lynell George,
133 45 1993 September, "Word Scene," Elsie B. Washington, Essence, page 56 Elsie B. Washington,
133 46 1993 September 5, "Survival in the Trenches," Andrea Wren, St. Louis Post-DispatchAndrea Wren,
133 47 1993 September 12, "It's That Annoying Pitch Heard Only By Women," Mary Elizabeth Cronin, Seattle Times
133 48 1993 September 12, "Straight Talk From Pearl Cleage," Tamara Jeffries, Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionTamara Jeffries,
133 49 1993 September 19, "Writer Battles Violent World," Gwenda Anthony, Chicago Sun TimesGwenda Anthony,
133 50 1993 September 22, "Unspoken Crimes," Fahizah Alim, Sacramento BeeFahizah Alim,
133 51 1993 September 24, "Crossroads Opens Season With Chapter of American History," Kelly-Jane Cotter, The Home News, September 24, 1993, page D11 Kelly-Jane Cotter,
133 52 1993 September 25, "Books on Miles," Afro-American
133 53 1993 October, "Hot Tickets," San Francisco Focus, page 19
134 1 1993 October, "Ebony Book Shelf," Ebony
134 2 1993 October 1, "Equate Violence, Racism, Author Says," Tananarive Due, Miami HeraldTananarive Due,
134 3 1993 October 2, "Deals with the Devil...," Bryan Thompson, Indianapolis RecorderBryan Thompson,
134 4 1993 October 13, "Playwright, Poet, Pundit: Pearl Cleage," Kris Worrell, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, page E1 Kris Worrell,
134 5 1994 May 15, "Passionflower," Gloria Cole, Connecticut Post, page G1 Gloria Cole,
134 6 1994 June, "1000 Women For The Nineties," Mirabella, page 136
134 7 1995 January 27, "Peach Buzz," Atlanta Journal-Constitution, page P2
134 8 1995 February 1, "Olympic Arts Festival," Marcus Garner, Atlanta Tribune, page 41 Marcus Garner,
134 9 1995 February 7, "Writing John Wayne Lines for Black Women," Rebecca Freligh, Cleveland Plain DealerRebecca Freligh,
134 10 1995 March, "The Gospel According to Pearl," Ed Hall, Atlanta Magazine, pages 50-53 Ed Hall,
134 11 1995 March 11-17, "Phylicia Rashad Looks Forward to Working at the Alliance," The Atlanta Voice, page 7
134 12 1995 March 19, "I Have Always Known I'm a Writer," Howard Pousner, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, page M4 Howard Pousner,
134 13 1995 March 23, "'Blues' is a dream job for Phylicia Rashad," Dan Hulbert, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, page. E2 Dan Hulbert,
134 14 1995 April 3, "Rashad Pays Homage," Tina Chism, Atlanta Tribune, page 23 Tina Chism,
134 15 1995 September 1, "Pearl Cleage's New Book," Atlanta Voice, page 10
134 16 1995 September 17, "Voices of American Black Theater," Christine Dolen, Miami Herald, page 20 Christine Dolen,
134 17 1996 January, "One In a Million," Khay Lazarre-White, EssenceKhay Lazarre-White,
134 18 1996 February 20, "Writer Speaks Out," Mary Ann Fergus, The Pentagraph, page 1C Mary Ann Fergus,
134 19 1996 February 23, "Author to Address Important Issues," Mary Ryan, Weekend Vidette, page 9 Mary Ryan,
134 20 1996 March 1, "Author offers stories of discrimination," Amy Burch, Weekend Vidette, page. 9 Amy Burch,
134 21 1996 October, "Season Schedules," American Theater, page 48
134 22 1997, "Afro/MillerComm 97 Colloquium," AfroAmericanist, newsletter, page 3
134 23 1997 February 19, "Separatism in theater isn't a black-and-white issue," David Patrick Stearns, USA Today, page 7D David Patrick Stearns,
134 24 1997 March 6-12, "Making the Stage a 'Hollerin' Place," Tyree Johnson, Westside WeeklyTyree Johnson,
134 25 1997 May 11, "Pearl Cleage on the 'Border'," Mark Binell, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, page L1 Mark Binell,
134 26 1997 July, "Atlanta's Literary Talent," Shandra Hill, Atlanta Metro, pages 18-20 Shandra Hill,
134 27 1997 August 13, "Zeroing In on Abuse of Women by Black Men," Patricia Holt, San Francisco Chronicle, page C12 Patricia Holt,
134 28 1997 October, "Pearl Cleage Sets the Stage For Future Playwrights," Angela P. Moore, Upscale, pages 62 Angela P. Moore,
134 29 1997 Winter, "The Motion of Herstory: Three Plays by Pearl Cleage," Freda Scott Giles, African American Review, pages 709-712 Freda Scott Giles,
134 30 1997 November 6-12, "Bushfire Faces the Issue of Race," Tyree Johnson, Westside Weekly
134 31 1997 December 13, "Shine On," Bill Bagwell, Creative Loafing, page 31 Bill Bagwell,
134 32 1998 January 7, "A Writer Returns Home," Ruth Coughlin, Detroit News, page B1 Ruth Coughlin,
134 33 1998 January 8, "Cleage Opts to Stop," Yusef Davis, Atlanta Journal ConsitutionYusef Davis,
134 34 1998 February, "Acclaimed Playwright Bases First Novel on Idlewild Memories," Buck VanderMeer, Lake County Star, page 12 Buck VanderMeer,
134 35 1998 February 26, "Looking Like Crazy on an Ordinary Day," Susie Ochs, The Daily Northwestern, page 3 Susie Ochs,
134 36 1998 April 16, "In Search of Theater That Reflects and Rattles a City," Kevin Sack, New York TimesKevin Sack,
134 37 1998 July-August, 1998 August, "Pearl Cleage's Blessings," Connie Green, BET Weekend, page 27 Connie Green,
134 38 1999, "20 Most Intruiging People: Literature," Candice Dyer, Atlanta Magazine, page 85 Candice Dyer,
134 39 1999 February 7, "Just a Special Stop on Her Journey," Diane Haithman, Los Angeles Times, pages 44-45 Diane Haithman,
136 31 1999 March 21, "Black Female Playwrights Struggle," Felicia R. Lee, New York Times, page. 7 Felicia R. Lee,
134 40 2000 February 21, "Book Defines 'A Love Supreme,'" Sonia Murray, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, page D1 Sonia Murray,
134 41 2000 June 3, "Pearl Cleage Redefines the Family," Hilary S. Kayle, Publishers 43 Weekly BET Show Daily, page 23
134 42 2000 July, "Having Their Say," Thonnia Lee, Atlanta Magazine, pages 79-81 Thonnia Lee,
135 1 2000 July 9, "Fate Seesaws Funnily in Playwright's Favor," Kathy Janich, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, page L3 Kathy Janich,
136 32 2001 August 29, "Cleage Adds Reality to Romance," Felicia Hudson, Chicago TribuneFelicia Hudson,
135 2 2000 December/January 2001, "Becoming Pearl Cleage," J. Marie Darden, Montage, pages 1, 5, 11 J. Marie Darden,
135 3 2001 January, "Harlem Renaissance Comes to Syracuse Stage in Blues for an Alabama Sky," The Constitution Urban CNY, page 13
135 4 2001 March 4, "A Woman of Many Words, Many Causes," J. Wynn Rousuck, Baltimore Sun, page 12F J. Wynn Rousuck,
135 5 2001 July 4, "The 3 R's of Summer," Chicago Tribune, page 3
135 6 2001 July 11, "Novel Approach," Tray Butler, Creative Loafing, page 45 Tray Butler,
135 7 2001 July 24, "A Writer Feels Free to Follow Her Heart," Rashod D. Ollison, Philadelphia Inquirer, page D1 Rashod D. Ollison,
135 8 2001 July 28, "Pearl Cleage at the Shrine," The Atlanta Voice, p. 1B
135 9 2001 August 5, "How To Be a 'Free Woman' Defined by Pearl Cleage," Nicole Sprull, Atlanta World DailyNicole Sprull,
135 10 2001 September 16-19, "Pearl Cleage Comes Home After Tour," Tania Fuentez, Atlanta Daily World Service, page 6 Tania Fuentez,
135 11 2001 October 8, "Author Pearl Cleage has a connection with her characters," Tania Fuentez, News & Observer, page 10E
135 12 2003 July 20, "At black arts festival, voices rhapsodize about the writing life," Teresa K. Weaver, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, page C4 Teresa K. Weaver,
135 13 2003 July/August, "The Next Crop of Reading Pleasures," Nicole Saunders, Black Issues Book Review, pages 21-23 Nicole Saunders,
135 14 2003 August 14, "New Fiction From Familiar Faces," Tray Butler, Creative Loafing, p. 35
135 15 2003 August 20, "Authors & Hawks," Michael Boylan, The Citizen, page 1C Michael Boylan,
135 16 2003 September, "Cleage's Revolution: a conversation with a renaissance woman," Monet Cooper, Atlanta Tribune Magazine
135 17 2003 September, "Freedom Rings," Romantic Times Book Club, page 69
135 18 2003 September, "First Person Singular," Essence, page 128
135 19 2003 September 12, "Author Cleage Visits Phila.," Bobbi Booker, Philadelphia TribuneBobbi Booker,
135 20 2003 September 14, "Acclaimed Author-Journalist Pearl Cleage Comes Out with Her Latest Fictional Work, Some Things I Never Thought I'd Do," Gloria Blakely, Philadelphia Sun, page 8 Gloria Blakely,
135 21 2003 October 1, "Novelist Cleage Clings to a Theme: Balancing Private and Public Life," Frederic Koeppel, The Commercial Appeal, page C1 Frederic Koeppel,
135 22 2003 October 5, "Diaspora Editor is Among Book Signers in the Area," Frederic Koeppel, The Commercial Appeal, page F2
135 23 2003 October 9, "Southern Festival of Books 2003," Margaret Renkl, Nashville Scene, page 31 Margaret Renkl,
135 24 2003 October 12, "A Culture of Caring About Issues," Kathy Janich, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, page M10 Kathy Janich,
135 25 2004 March/April, "Home Time and Island Time," Gwendolyn Glenn, Black Issues Book Review, pages 30-32 Gwendolyn Glenn,
135 26 2004 Summer, "Southwest Atlanta's Literary Jewel," Ernest Washington, Southwest Atlanta Magazine, pages 26-27 Ernest Washington,
135 27 2004 July 24-28, "Around Town," M. Alexis Scott, Atlanta Daily World, page 16 M. Alexis Scott,
135 28 2004 October, "Pearl Cleage," The Historymakers, page 52
135 29 2005 March, "Pearl Cleage: First-Person Singular," Essence, page 135
135 30 2005 March 29, "Sweet Pearl Cleage," Tayari Jones, Tayari's Blog
135 31 2005 March/April, "Born A Storyteller," Leslie Stainton, Pages, pages 58-59 Leslie Stainton,
135 32 2005 July 9, "Writers Return with True-to-Life Fiction," Paula L. Woods, Los Angeles TimesPaula L. Woods,
135 33 2005 August, "The Legends Who Lunch," Laurie Winer, O: the Oprah Magazine, pages 177-191 Laurie Winer,
135 34 2005 Fall, "Celebrated Feminists Pearl Cleage, C'71, and Patricia McFadden Appointed Cosby Chairs in the Humanities and Social Sciences," Inside Spelman, pages 1,7
135 35 2006 March, "Telling Grown Folks' Business," Diane McKinney-Whetstone, Essence, page 77 Diane McKinney-Whetstone,
136 1 2006 April, "Fiction Roundups," Trina Love Abram, Written, page 7 Trina Love Abram,
136 2 2006 May, "The Storyteller and the Advocate," Candice Dyer, Atlanta Magazine, page 95 Candice Dyer,
136 3 2006 May 25, "Authors Share Faves," E. Lynn Harris, USA Today, 5D E. Lynn Harris,
136 4 2006 July 20-26, "Around Town," M. Alexis Scott, Atlanta Daily World, page 14
136 5 2006 November 9-15, "Links Atlanta Chapter to Honor Pearl Cleage," Atlanta Daily World, page 5
136 6 2007 April, "A Life in Print," Katrice L. Mines, Atlanta Tribune, pages 18-19 Katrice L. Mines,
136 7 2007 June, "Newsmakers: A Conversation About Race," Jet, page 32
136 8 2007 Spring/Summer, "Spelman LEADS Hosts Historic Lessons to Building Bridges," Spelman Inside, pages 1, 3
136 9 2007 July 1, "A Place in the Sun," Kristen Tagami, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, page K1 Kristen Tagami,
136 10 2007 July 19-25, "Pulitzer Prize Winner Suzan-Lori Parks to Speak at '365 Days/365 Plays,'" Atlanta Daily World, page 4
136 11 2007 July 26-August 1, "Alfre Woodard Opens Film Fest," Atlanta Daily World, page 7
136 19 2008 March 25, Rosalind Bentley, "U.S. trip sends author on journey of discovery," March 25, 2008, page E-1
136 12 2008 March 27-April 2, 2008, "Pearl Cleage Has Seen It All," Michelle Gipson, Atlanta Daily World, page 5 Michelle Gipson,
136 13 2009 May 14-20, "'Blues For An Alabama Sky' Is Performed at S.W. Arts Center," Atlanta Daily World, page 4
136 14 2009 May 9, "Cleage Play to Debut at Festival," Howard Pousner, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, p. 1D Howard Pousner,
136 15 2010 October 21-27, "Around Town," M. Alexis Scott, Atlanta Daily World, page 10
136 16 Undated, "The Bastard Art Form," Beverly Trader
136 17 Undated, "Battle of the Sexes Heats Up At Panel Discussion," Sandra Murillo, The New Orleans Times-PicayuneSandra Murillo,
136 18 Undated, "A Black Arts Festival and More," James Flannery, New York TimesJames Flannery,
136 20 Undated, "Black Authors Share, Stir Emotions," New Orleans Times-Picayune
136 21 Undated, "Club Zebra and More," Steve Murray, Atlanta Gazette
136 22 Undated, "The Essence-tial Gesture," New Orleans Times-Picayune
136 23 Undated, "For a More Just Society," James Brix
136 24 Undated, "The Good Fight," Steve Murray, Atlanta Gazette
136 25 Undated, "Literary Catalyst Seeks to Foster Change," Valerie Boyd, Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionValerie Boyd,
136 26 Undated, "Pearl Cleage," Thonnia Lee, Eight Rock, pages 92-97
136 27 Undated, "Pearl Cleage on the 'Border,'" Mark Binelli, Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionMark Binelli,
136 28 Undated, "Pearl Cleage's Language of Intimacy," Beverly Trader, p. 1B
136 29 Undated, "Picture This: A Photographic Tribute to the African American Experience in Atlanta," Boyd Lewis, Atlanta Voice, page 18 Boyd Lewis,
136 30 Undated, "A Sense of Universality," Barbara Thomas, Atlanta Magazine, page 32 Barbara Thomas,
Book covers
137 1 1993, Deals with the Devil and Other Reasons to Riot
137 2 1997, What Looks Like Crazy on an Ordinary Day
137 3 1999, Flyin' West
137 4 2001, I Wish I Had a Red Dress
137 5 2003, Some Things I Never Thought I'd Do
137 6 2005, Babylon Sisters
137 7 2006, Baby Brother's Blues
137 8 2008, Seen It All and Done the Rest
Programs
137 9 1966 April 1, "Northwestern High School Honor Awards Banquet," program
137 10 1967-1968, Howard University Dean's Honor Roll, program
137 11 1969, "Three Original One-Act Plays by Students in the Drama Department," program
137 12 1970, "The Morehouse-Spelman Players Present 'Rosalee Pritchett,'" program
137 13 1970, "The Morehouse-Spelman Players Present 'Dance Bongo,'" program
137 14 1972, "The Morehouse-Spelman Players Present 'The Sale,'" program
137 15 1988, "Live at Club Zebra," National Black Arts Festival Program, souvenir program, p. 18
137 16 2004 April 3, "The 68th Annual NADSA Awards Banquet," program
137 17 2005 October 23, Spelman University Sister Chapel, program
137 18 2006 June 29, 10th Brooke Baker Award for Lifetime Achievement, event program
137 19 2006, Clark Atlanta 37th Annual Writers Workshope Conference, program
137 20 2007, August Wilson Monologue Competition, program
137 21 2008 November 10, The Suzi Bass Awards, souvenir program
137 22 2009 January, University of Michigan Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. symposium, program
137 23 2009 February 21, 3rd Annual Genealogy Conference and Family Historical Fair, program
137 24 2010, Brown Sugar Stitchers Quilt Guild, souvenir program
137 25 2010 January 30, "Fabulous Faith: a Gospel Journey," program
Promotional materials, publicity, and reviews
OP10 - 1969, Three One Acts at Howard University
137 26 1972, We Don't Need No Music
137 27 1972, "Atlanta University Summer Theater"
137 28 1982, Nuthin' But a Movie
XOP3 - 1982, Nuthin' But a Movie poster
137 29 1982, Puppetplay
137 30 1982, Puppetplay
OP11 - 1982, Puppetplay poster
137 31 1985, Hospice
137 32 1986 October 1, Hospice
137 33 1986 October 1, A Little Practice, review
137 34 1986 October 1, A Little Practice, press release
137 35 1986 October 1, A Little Practice, promotional materials
137 36 1990, Clearing the Heart
137 37 1990, Mad at Miles
OP20 - [1990], Mad at Miles poster
137 38 1990, Club Zebra, promotional materials
137 39 1990, Club Zebra, reviews
OP12 - 1990, Hospice
OP21 - 1991-1992, Live at Club Zebra! posters
137 40 1991, The Brass Bed
137 41 1991, Words and Music
137 42 1992, Chain/Late Bus to Mecca, promotional materials
137 43 1992, Chain/Late Bus to Mecca, reviews
137 44 1993, Deals with the Devil and Other Reasons to Riot, reviews
137 45 1993, Deals with the Devil and Other Reasons to Riot, promotional materials
138 1 1994, Flyin' West, promotional materials
138 2 1994, Flyin' West, reviews
OP13 - 1994-1995, Flyin' West, posters
OP22 - 1995-1996, Blues for an Alabama Sky, posters
138 3 1996-1997, Blues for an Alabama Sky, promotional materials, [1 of 2]
138 4 1996-1997, Blues for an Alabama Sky, promotional materials, [2 of 2]
138 5 1996-1997, Blues for an Alabama Sky, reviews
138 6 1997, The 38th NAACP Image Awards
138 7 1997, Bourbon at the Border, promotional materials
138 8 1997, Bourbon at the Border, reviews
OP14 - 1997, What Looks Like Crazy on an Ordinary Day, poster
138 9 1997, What Looks Like Crazy on an Ordinary Day, promotional materials [1 of 2]
138 10 1997, What Looks Like Crazy on an Ordinary Day, promotional materials, [2 of 2]
138 11 1997, What Looks Like Crazy on an Ordinary Day, reviews, [1 of 2]
139 1 1997, What Looks Like Crazy on an Ordinary Day, reviews, [2 of 2]
139 2 2000, Great Black One Acts 2000
139 3 2001, I Wish I Had a Red Dress, promotional materials
139 4 2001, I Wish I Had a Red Dress, reviews
139 5 2002, Chain, reviews
OP15 - 2002, Flyin' West, poster
139 6 2003, Some Things I Never Thought I'd Do, promotional materials
OP23 - 2003, Some Things I Never Thought I'd Do, booking advertisement
139 7 2003, Some Things I Never Thought I'd Do, reviews
139 8 2004-2005, Flyin' West and Other Plays
139 9 2005, Babylon Sisters, promotional materials
139 10 2005, Babylon Sisters, reviews
139 11 2006, Baby Brother's Blues, promotional materials
139 12 2006, Baby Brother's Blues, reviews
139 13 2006, The Brass Bed and Other Stories
139 14 2006, We Speak Your Names
139 15 2007, A Song for Coretta
139 16 2008, Seen It All Done the Rest, promotional materials
139 17 2008, Seen It All Done the Rest, reviews
139 18 2008-2009, The Love Project
139 19 2010, The Nacirema Society, promotional materials
139 20 2010, The Nacirema Society, reviews
139 21 Undated, "The African American Performance Art Festival on Tour"
OP16 - Undated, Baby Brother's Blues, poster
OP17 - Undated, Late Bus to Mecca, poster
139 22 Undated, My Father Has a Son
139 23 Undated, North Carolina A&T State University Theater Arts program
139 24 Undated, Porch Songs
139 25 Undated, SAGE: A Scholarly Journal on Black Women
140 1 Undated, Spelman College Women's Research & Resource Center
OP18 - Undated, What Looks Like Crazy on Ordinary Day, poster
Speaking engagements
140 2 1972 October 21, We Don't Need No Music poetry reading, flyer
140 3 1972 November 8, "Poets at Atlanta University Series #2," flyer
140 4 1990 November 8-11, "Cultural Diversity in the American Theatre: Moving Toward the Twenty-First Century," program
140 5 1993 August 1, Women & Children First reading, newspaper listing, Chicago TribuneWomen & Children First reading, newspaper listing,
140 6 1996 May 13, "Playwrights Night Out with Pearl Cleage," flyer, May 13, 1996
140 7 1996 September 26, "Millercomm97," flyer
140 8 1997 November 22, "Southern Rep Theater Lecture and Workshop," program
140 9 1997 December 4, "Savannah Readings Announcement," flyer
140 10 1997 December 8, Spelman Holiday Reading and Book Signing, event announcement
140 11 1998 February 25, Northwestern University Women's Center appearance, flyer
140 12 1999 February 17, What Looks Like Crazy on an Ordinary Day reading, flyer
140 13 2000 September, Junior League of Atlanta, event newsletter
140 14 2000 November 1, Writers Conference 2000, program
140 15 2001 Fall, The Toni Cade Bambara Writers/Scholars Program Speakers, event calendar
140 16 2001 September 26, "A Conversation with Pearl Cleage," flyer
140 17 2002 April, Clemson University Women's Arts Festival, program
OP34 - 2002 April, Clemson University Women's Arts Festival poster
140 18 2003 April, Detroit Public Library Spring Guide, program
140 19 2003 April, "Read Detroit! One Book, One City," event advertisement
140 20 2003 October, House of Life "Dessert Hour with Pearl Cleage," invitation
140 21 2003 October 3, Howard University appearance, flyer
140 22 2003 October 3, Southeastern University appearance, flyer
140 23 2004 February 19, University of West Florida appearance, program
140 24 2004 March 2, "Fierce for Life," schedule
140 25 2004 March 19, Discussion and signing at Auburn Avenue Research Library, bookmark flyer
OP24 - 2004 March 20, "The Columbus Georgia Chapter of The Links, Inc.: An Afternoon with Pearl Cleage," poster
140 26 2004 April 16, Marygrove College: the Bauder Contemporary American Authors Lecture, flyer
140 27 2004 April 16, Marygrove College: the Bauder Contemporary American Authors Lecture, souvenir program
140 28 2004 October 20-21, Smith College appearances, flyer
140 29 2004 November 11, "Living Your Life Like It's Golden," program
XOP1 - 2005, "The History Makers with Nikki Giovanni interviewed by Pearl Cleage," poster
140 30 2005 February 3, Charis Books appearance, flyer
140 31 2005 March/April, "Compass News and Events of the Enoch Pratt Free Library," newsletter
140 32 2005 April, "Books & Co. Up All Night Reader," newsletter
140 33 2005 April, Enoch Pratt Free Library Writers Live! at the Library, flyer
140 34 2005 April, Hue-Man Bookstore and Café, events calendar
140 35 2005 April, Left Bank Books, newsletter and calendar of events
140 36 2005 April, Reprint Bookshop author events, calendar
140 37 2005 April 24, Babylon Sisters reading, program
140 38 2005 September, The Rawsistaz Affir 2005, souvenir journal
140 39 2005 September, "Why Are Girls in Atlanta Being Prostituted?" event agenda
140 40 2006 February 4, "Sisterspeak & More," event card
140 41 2006 Spring, "Charis Circle News and Notes," newsletter
140 42 2006 March, "March Literary Events: The Center For Southern Literature," flyer
140 43 2006 October 20, "Men Stopping Violence Annual Awards Gala," program
140 44 2007 January 18, "On the Shoulders of Our Sheroes: A Tribute to Women in the Civil Rights Movement," flyer
XOP4 - 2007 January 18, "On the Shoulders of Our Shereos: A Tribute to Women in the Civil Rights Movement," poster
140 45 2007 January 18, "On the Shoulders of Our Sheroes: A Tribute to Women in the Civil Rights Movement," program
140 46 2007 February 3, "75 Years of Creative Achievement and Community Service," program
140 47 2008 February 27, NAIS Annual Conference, program
140 48 2008 March 18, Pearl Cleage: Seen It All and Done the Rest at the Literary Center at the Margaret Mitchell House and Museum," flyer Margaret Mitchell House and Museum," flyer
140 49 2008 March 31, Bookstore appearance, e-blast printout
140 50 2008 April 3, "An Evening with Pearl Cleage," invitation
140 51 2009 January, University of Michigan Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. symposium, poster
140 52 2009 February 24, "One on One with Pearl Cleage," event flyer
140 53 2009 March 3-4, "Stories from the Urban Campfire," event card
140 56 2009 April 25, Delta Memorial Endowment Fund Literary Lunch, program
140 57 2009 August 15, "An Afternoon with Pearl Cleage," program
140 58 2009 Winter, "Pan African Student Resource Center," event card
140 59 2010 January 10, "Fabulous Faith: a Gospel Journey," program
140 60 2010 January 18, 12th Annual African-American Writers & Readers Literary Tea, program
140 61 2010 February 13, Sankofa Freedom Award, program
140 62 2010 November 2, Pace Academy Diversity Speaker Series, schedule card
140 63 2011 March, Southern Theater Conference Convention, souvenir program
OP25 - Undated, The Atlanta Association of Educators, West End Mall poster
140 64 Undated, "Black Health Spirit Awards Banquet," flyer
140 65 Undated, Booking Matters Holiday Sign & Dine, flyer
140 66 Undated, Chocolat Literary Series, calendar card
140 67 Undated, "The Jean Harris Reading," event card, no date
140 68 Undated, Live at Outwrite Bookstore and Coffeehouse, book signing flyer
140 69 Undated, Medu Bookstore April Signings, flyer
140 70 Undated, "The National Black Arts Festival," flyer
OP19 - Undated, "Read Detroit!" posters
XOP2 - Undated, "Sisterspeak and More," posters
140 71 Undated, Vertigo Books Appearance Calendar, newsletter
OP26 - Undated, Walker Art Center poster
Yearbooks
140 72 1965, Northwestern High School
141 1 1966, Northwestern High School
141 2 1971, Spelman College
Other printed material about Pearl Cleage
141 18 1981-1982, "New Play Projects," clippings
141 3 1988 February 3, "Letters: Reverse Racism," Letter to the Editor, Southline, p. 2
141 4 1988 February 24, "Letters: She's Black and She's Loud," Letter to the Editor, Southline
141 5 1988 December 17, "'Clearing the Heart,'" event listing, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, p. 5
141 6 1990 May, "Dear Editor: Pearl Makes Perfect Sense," Letter to the Editor, Atlanta Tribune, page 4
141 7 1991 September/October, Black Books Bulletin, best-seller list
141 8 1993 September, "Blackboard African-American Bestsellers," list
141 9 1998 October 11, "New York Times Best Sellers," list, The New York Times Book Review, p. 32
141 10 1998 October 15, "Best-Selling Books," list, USA Today, p. 4D
141 11 1998 October 18, "New York Times Best Sellers," list, The New York Times Book Review, p. 36
141 12 1998 October 22, "Best-Selling Books," list, USA Today, p. 7D
141 13 1998 October 29, "Best-Selling Books," list, USA Today, p. 7D
141 14 1998 November 1, "New York Times Best Sellers," list, The New York Times Book Review, p. 34
141 15 1998 November 22, "New York Times Best Sellers," list, The New York Times Book Review, p. 42
141 16 2002, "38th Annual Georgia Author of the Year Awards Official Winners List," list
141 17 2006 June, "Essence Bestsellers List," Essence, list, page 98
142 1 2006 July, "Essence Bestsellers List," Essence, list, page 86
142 2 2006 August, "Essence Bestsellers List," Essence, list, page 86
142 3 2006 Winter, Among Friends, newsletter
142 4 2011, The 42nd NAACP Image Awards Official Viewers' Guide
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