"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
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.
by Kathy Lou Schultz