"Kathy Lou Schultz’s The Afro-Modernist Epic and Literary History: Tolson, Hughes, Baraka is a useful contribution to scholarship on the poetry of the Harlem Renaissance, with an extended chapter concluding the study on Amiri Baraka."
A Year's Work in English Studies, 2015
by Kathy Lou Schultz
Kathy Lou Schultz presents her work on Melvin Tolson and the Chicago School at the Kelly Writers House, University of Pennsylvania.
Constrained to honor (PoemTalk #71)
on Claude McKay’s, “If We Must Die”
With Herman Beavers and Salamisha Tillet.
Hosted by Al Filreis.