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Subseries 3.1
Writings about Clifton, 1974-2008
Boxes 32-34

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order by author.

Box Folder Content
34 13 Alleyne, Lauren K., "Mercy," undated
32 1 Anaporte-Easton, Jean, "'And She Has Made Herself Again:' The Maternal Impulse as Poetry," undated
32 2 Anaporte-Easton, Jean, "The Maternal Roots of Transformation: The Poetry of Lucille Clifton and Judith Johnson," undated
32 3 Bauer, Denise, "The representation of the female subject by three American women artists: Painter Alice Neel, poet Lucille Clifton, and filmmaker Claudia Weill, 1970-1980," dissertation excerpt, 1997
32 4 Berlowitz, Audrey, "Hitchhiking with Lucille Clifton," 1989
32 5 Blue, Jane, "V: 'To Be Alive is Power' for Lucille Clifton," undated
32 6 Bradley, Lawrence T., [Review, Good Woman: Poems and a Memoir (1969-1980)], 1987
32 7 Budd, Jonathon, "A Lucille Clifton Reader," 2008
32 8 Burns, Julia W., unpublished poems, 1999
32 9 Burns, Signe L., "Lucille Clifton: Speaking in the Affirmative Voice," term paper, 1992-1993
32 10 Carlisle, James, "Beyond Images, Poetry Anthology for 1990, as guided by Lucille Clifton," 1990
32 11 Clifton, Fredrica, "Mommy's Birthday Song or: 'It Ain't Over 'Til I Say So,'" undated
32 12 Contwor, Marjay, "Admonitions," 1988
32 13 [?], Daki, "A Poem/Song Hymn of Lonnngg Lastinggg Love forThem - Dem Cliftons," 1989
32 14 D'Aiutolo, Virginia, "'lucille clifton' and 'lucille clifton 2,'" unpublished poems, 1990
32 15 De Frates, Steven C., "Lincoln for Breakfast," unpublished poem, 1990
32 16 Feelings, Tom, interview excerpt, undated
32 17 Fischer, Essie, Essay about setting Clifton's "Some Jesus" poems to music, December 1989
32 18 Foote, Tom, "On the Plane after Lucille's Clifton Reading," 2003
32 19 Galvin, Martin, "Poetry Reading at the Martin Luther King Library, for Lucille Clifton," 1990
32 20 Gilliland, Mary, "Clifton's Poem," 1991
32 21 Glaser, Michael S., "An Artist in the Scholars House': Some thoughts on the role of the arts in the academy," 1990
32 22 Glick, Beverly, "to the hips or to the spirits in us," 1990
32 23 Green, Michael, unpublished poems, undated
32 24 Hand, Monica A., "Revival", 1998
32 25 Holfelder, Carolyn, "A Re-Vision of the Bible: Lucille Clifton and the Human Condition," master's thesis, 1996
32 26 Holladay, Hillary, "Song of Herself: Lucille Clifton's Poems About Womanhood," 1997
- - Holman, Elizabeth Dean, "To Lucille," typescript [See Series 1: Correspondence, November 2, 1989]
32 27 Huber, Alberta, unpublished poems from creative writing class, 1988
32 28 Hull, Akasha, "Channeling the Ancestral Muse: Lucille Clifton and Dolores Kendrick," draft, 1992
32 29 Hull, Akasha, "In Her Own Images: Lucille Clifton and the Bible," 1995
33 1 Hull, Akasha, "What's Female got to do with it," 1997
33 2 Johnson, Dianne A., "The Growing and the Done Growed-Up: The Children's Literature of Lucille Clifton," 1984
33 3 Jordan, Kerry, "you witch (for lucille clifton)" undated
33 4 Jubilee, Leslie Peace, "After Lucille Clifton's Shapeshifter Poems," undated
33 5 [?], Kate, "for lucille," 1988
33 6 Kerr, Douglas, "Feeding, for Lucille Clifton," undated
33 7 Kizer, Carolyn, "A Cup of Sorrow for Mrs. Clifton," 1988
33 8 Kriemelmeyer, Millie, "Lucille," 1990
33 9 Krome, Side, "For Lucille Clifton - On Hearing Her Read Her Poetry for the Third or Fourth Time," undated
33 10 Kutchins, Laurie, and others, "Quilt," typescript poem, [Women poets class at James Madison University, Autumn 1998]
33 11 [?], Laini, "Pome to be Sang to the Tune of Lucille Cliftons Heart Beat," undated
33 12 Lattimore, Carmen, "Lucille," 1982
33 13 Mandros, Lesley, "Good News About Lucille: A Life History of Lucille Clifton," class paper, March 1986
33 14 [?], Marvia, poem "for L.C." and story "P'serves," 1990
33 15 McCallum, Shara, "Darkness and Redemption: The Work of Lucille Clifton," 1997
33 16 Meehan, Maude, "Anniversary, for Lucille Clifton," 1990
33 17 Meehan, Maude, "Dahomey Woman," undated
33 18 Meehan, Maude, "Dahomey Woman (for Lucille Clifton)," undated
33 19 Moore, Lenard, "At Cave Canem: Lucille Clifton and Sonia Sanchez," typescript poem, July 1, 1998
33 20 Moyer, Doris, unpublished poem, undated
33 21 Murray, Gloria G., "Wishes for Daughters," 1999
33 22 Neely, Kristofer, "Beyond Masturbation," 1996
33 23 Nuzum, Sherrell, "After Reading Lucille Clifton," 1989
33 24 Olds, Sharon, "Barnum's Baccanal," 1998
33 25 Paul, Carlo, "The square roots of God, a response to Lucille Clifton's poem, 'to a dark moses,'" typescript, June 26, 1990
33 26 Pitiyanuvath, Visnu, "ten poems for lucille," 1999
33 27 Rying, Lisa, "Lucille Clifton: An American Poet," 2003
33 28 Searles, Jo C., reading responses, 1987
33 29 Sharp, Saundra, "What About Marching Home?" 1995
33 30 Simmons, Lois, "For Lucille Clifton," 1999
33 31 Skillman, Judith, "In Restaurants Where," 1988
33 32 Steitz, Chris, "Poem in imitation of Lucille Clifton," undated
- - Stridick, Janice Wilson, "For Lucille," "The Portrait," "Pockets," 2002-2004 [See Series 1: Correspondence, April 2, 2004]
33 33 Stevens, Pat, "Lucille," undated
33 34 Tarcay, Eileen, "loving Lucille," "I had a Brother," and "I have Another Brother," 1991
33 35 Taylor, Merideth M., "Pass It On," play draft, March 1997
34 1 Taylor, Merideth M., "Pass It On," play draft, June 1997
34 2 Taylor, Merideth M., "Pass It On," play draft, August 1997
34 3 Taylor, Merideth M., "Pass It On," reading copy, undated
- - Uyematsu, Amy, "elder sister," undated [See Series 1: Correspondence, May 2, 1999]
34 4 [unkown], introduction to poetry reading by Lucille Clifton, San Francisco, July 21, 1990
34 5 [unknown], "Spiritual Strength and Black Female Sexuality: Lucille Clifton's Bold Project," undated
34 6 [unknown], "Where are my white sisters now?", undated
34 7 Van Hoose, M. Jayanti, "Ordinary Woman: a critical examination of the poetry of Lucille Clifton, informed by but not constrained to constructs of race and gender," 1996
34 8 Wagner, Lynn, untitled poem, undated
34 9 Waller, Stacy, "Listening to the Rhythm of Lucille Clifton's 'homage to my hips," 1997
34 10 Walsh, Anne E., "Child of Eve," 1997
34 11 Wilkes, Kennette H., "Things Bloom in My Mouth: The Poetry of Lucille Clifton," 1985
- - Williams, Georgia, "Meeting Lucille Clifton," and "Granny Litany," May 1990 [See Series 1: Correspondence, April 30, 1990]
34 12 Zu-Bolton II, Ahmos, "a review of lucille clifton's An Ordinary Woman," 1974
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