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The Resource Black girl magic : BreakBeat poets ; volume 2, edited by Mahogany L. Browne, Idrissa Simmonds, Jamila Woods ; [foreword by Patricia Smith]

Black girl magic : BreakBeat poets ; volume 2, edited by Mahogany L. Browne, Idrissa Simmonds, Jamila Woods ; [foreword by Patricia Smith]

Label
Black girl magic : BreakBeat poets ; volume 2
Title
Black girl magic
Title remainder
BreakBeat poets ; volume 2
Statement of responsibility
edited by Mahogany L. Browne, Idrissa Simmonds, Jamila Woods ; [foreword by Patricia Smith]
Title variation
BreakBeat poets volume 2
Contributor
Editor
Writer of introduction
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Continues and deepens the work of the first BreakBeat Poets anthology by focusing on some of the most exciting Black women writing today. This anthology breaks up the myth of hip-hop as a boys' club, and asserts the truth that the cypher is a feminine form. --From publisher description
Member of
Cataloging source
YDX
Illustrations
portraits
Index
index present
Literary form
poetry
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1989-
  • 1955-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Browne, Mahogany L.
  • Simmonds, Idrissa
  • Woods, Jamila
  • Smith, Patricia
Series statement
The BreakBeat Poets
Series volume
Volume 2
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  • African American women
  • American poetry
  • American poetry
  • African Americans
  • African Americans in literature
  • Hip-hop
  • American poetry
  • American poetry
  • American poetry
  • Noires américaines
  • Noirs américains
  • Noirs américains dans la littérature
  • Poésie américaine
  • Poésie américaine
  • POETRY
  • POETRY
  • POETRY
  • POETRY
  • African Americans
  • African American women
  • African Americans in literature
  • American poetry
  • American poetry
  • American poetry
  • Hip-hop
  • African American women
  • American poetry
  • American poetry
  • African Americans
  • African Americans in literature
  • Hip-hop
  • American poetry
  • American poetry
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Label
Black girl magic : BreakBeat poets ; volume 2, edited by Mahogany L. Browne, Idrissa Simmonds, Jamila Woods ; [foreword by Patricia Smith]
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 212-214) and index of poets (page xv)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Mariahadessa Ekere Tallie
  • This body keeps the keys
  • Nikki Wallschlaeger
  • You mean you don't weep at the nail salon?
  • Elizabeth Acevedo
  • White Godiva melts in a mouthful of blood: prayer for my unborn daughter
  • Alysia Nicole Harris
  • Ode to the hymen
  • Syreeta McFadden
  • My afropuffs
  • Collector of me.
  • Jamila Woods
  • Magical negro #217: Diana Ross finishing a rib in Alabama, 1990s
  • Morgan Parker
  • Why you cannot touch my hair
  • Eve L. Ewing
  • My beauty
  • Justice Ameer
  • Self portrait in a tanning bed
  • Rio Cortez
  • Texture
  • Maya Washington
  • Homage to my breasts (after Lucille Clifton)
  • Kemi Alabi
  • Card B tells me about myself
  • Eboni Hogan
  • Question and answer, or Pirate Jenny shit talks with her employer
  • Syreeta McFadden
  • Meat
  • Comonghne Felix
  • Micro
  • Britteney Black Rose Kapri
  • I'm Black.
  • Big Black bitch
  • Bianca Lynne Spriggs
  • Exile
  • Diamond Sharp
  • Ode to Fetty Wap (written after strip club)
  • Roya Marsh
  • At H & M, when another black girls asks if I work here
  • Adriana Brown
  • The end of eating everything
  • Rio Cortez
  • Sara Baartman and I negotiate visibility
  • Xandra Phillips
  • Of thee, magical negroes, I sing
  • Syreeta McFadden
  • Magical negro #607: Gladys Knight on the 200th episode of The Jeffersons
  • Morgan Parker
  • For colored boys who considered gangbanging when being Black was too much
  • Sharpening my oyster knife.
  • Britteney Black Rose Kapri
  • What I mean when I say I'm sharpening my oyster knife
  • Eve L. Ewing
  • Kingston, Jamaica, 3am, passa passa dance party
  • Idrissa Simmonds
  • Outside my Harlem window
  • Lauren Whitehead
  • A brief history of coconut oil
  • Crystal Valentine
  • Supremacy
  • Venessa Marco
  • All the things that have not happened between us
  • Destiny O. Birdsong
  • Mr. Hotep says #Black Lives Matter and he'd kill a dyke
  • Kemi Alabi
  • Rememory
  • Ra Malika Imhotep
  • If 2017 was a poem title
  • Mahogany L. Browne
  • Magical negro #80: Brooklyn
  • Duty to fight.
  • Morgan Parker
  • A brief life
  • Ariana Brown
  • #Sayhername
  • Aja Monet
  • Purgatory room
  • Diamond Sharp
  • Patriarchy
  • Hiwot Adilow
  • Alleged (erasure)
  • Candice Iloh
  • Shadowboxin, session one
  • Destiny Hemphill
  • Beautiful Black queen
  • Simone Savannah
  • Divination
  • Deborah D.E.E.P. Mouton
  • Bye bye baby
  • All the events that happen to you.
  • Noname
  • Offwhite
  • Venessa Marco
  • The holy theatre
  • Alexis Smithers
  • Pulling teeth and answers before dying
  • Ajanae Dawkins
  • Dawn prayer call
  • Idrissa Simmonds
  • Carnival Fire of '63
  • What do it tell the white boy who asks me of my heritage
  • Whitney Greenaway
  • Natalie Rose Richardson
  • Piece
  • Teri Ellen Cross Davis
  • Sonnet (47)
  • Nikki Wallschlaeger
  • No
  • Safia Elhillo
  • La negra takes Medusa to the hair salon
  • Elizabeth Acevedo
  • Confession #1
  • Yesenia Montilla
  • Love on Flatbush Avenue
  • Angel Nafis
  • Love and water
  • Thiahera Nurse
  • Look
  • Wrong is not my name.
  • Simone Savannah
  • Destiny, Chile
  • Thabisile Griffin
  • My daughter prays for a brother, and gets one
  • Brittany Rogers
  • N
  • Jamila Woods
  • After God herself
  • Justice Ameer
  • Cuero
  • Elizabeth Acevedo
  • Self-portrait with the question of race
  • Niki Herd
  • Chick
  • Athena Dixon
  • Self-portrait with dirty hair
  • Safia Elhillo
  • A sestina for a black girl who does not know how to braid hair
  • Raych Jacksion
  • Wading (ode to an almost first kiss)
  • Alexa Patrick
  • Poet imagines creating Full House in Rockwell Gardens
  • A new person.
  • Ciara Miller
  • Boxes of Andromeda
  • Athena Dixon
  • Amerikkkana
  • Toluwanimi Obiwole
  • Halcyon kitchen
  • Kiandra Jimenez
  • Girdle
  • Naomi Extra
  • My favorite things
  • Sister was the wolf
  • Naomi Extra
  • Roseart
  • Lin-Z
  • I beat my sistas ass foreal this time
  • Kz
  • This poem for Sugar Hill, Harlem
  • JP Howard
  • Ode to Walt Whitman ... the housing project
  • Rachelle M. Parker
  • Aracelis Girmay
  • Mami came to this country as a nanny
  • Elizabeth Acevedo
  • Birth, mark
  • Aja Monet
  • Blue magic
  • Safia Elhillo
  • Vespers
  • Idrissa Simmonds
  • Poem that wrote me into beast in order to be read
  • Marwa Helal
  • Abandon
  • Hiwot Adilow
  • Parcel map for the county assessor
  • Candace G. Wiley
  • 400 heat
  • Forever trying.
  • Destiny O. Birdsong
  • Black produce
  • Fayise Abrahim
  • Built for disaster
  • Mahogany L. Browne
  • Root song for daughter
  • Nina Angela Mercer
  • Flight
  • Idrissa Simmonds
  • What women are made of
  • Bianca Lynne Spriggs
  • French Guiana/enigmatic womyn blues
  • Toluwanimi Obiwole
  • Old wives' tales
  • Angel Nafis
  • 79th be the catwalk
  • E'mon Lauren
  • Some girls survive on their sorcery alone
  • Thiahera Nurse
  • It's a miracle
  • Yesenia Montilla
  • Creation story after Safia Elhillo
  • Nonae
  • Something has tried to kill me and has failed.
  • What begets what begets
  • Rio Cortez
  • For songs and contests
  • Nabila Lovelace
  • Serena
  • Porsha O.
  • Ghazal for becoming your own country
  • Ariana Brown
  • The etymology of "CHUUCH!"
  • E'mon Lauren
  • The cut up
  • Candace G. Wiley
  • Jubilee.
  • We are all God's
  • Mahogany L. Browne
  • Waves
  • Jamila Woods
  • Sway
  • Ebony Stewart
  • Invocation
Control code
975378086
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xxviii, 233 pages
Isbn
9781608468577
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
WorldCat record variable field(s) change: 650, 655
Other control number
40028125158
Other physical details
portraits
System control number
(OCoLC)975378086
Label
Black girl magic : BreakBeat poets ; volume 2, edited by Mahogany L. Browne, Idrissa Simmonds, Jamila Woods ; [foreword by Patricia Smith]
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 212-214) and index of poets (page xv)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Mariahadessa Ekere Tallie
  • This body keeps the keys
  • Nikki Wallschlaeger
  • You mean you don't weep at the nail salon?
  • Elizabeth Acevedo
  • White Godiva melts in a mouthful of blood: prayer for my unborn daughter
  • Alysia Nicole Harris
  • Ode to the hymen
  • Syreeta McFadden
  • My afropuffs
  • Collector of me.
  • Jamila Woods
  • Magical negro #217: Diana Ross finishing a rib in Alabama, 1990s
  • Morgan Parker
  • Why you cannot touch my hair
  • Eve L. Ewing
  • My beauty
  • Justice Ameer
  • Self portrait in a tanning bed
  • Rio Cortez
  • Texture
  • Maya Washington
  • Homage to my breasts (after Lucille Clifton)
  • Kemi Alabi
  • Card B tells me about myself
  • Eboni Hogan
  • Question and answer, or Pirate Jenny shit talks with her employer
  • Syreeta McFadden
  • Meat
  • Comonghne Felix
  • Micro
  • Britteney Black Rose Kapri
  • I'm Black.
  • Big Black bitch
  • Bianca Lynne Spriggs
  • Exile
  • Diamond Sharp
  • Ode to Fetty Wap (written after strip club)
  • Roya Marsh
  • At H & M, when another black girls asks if I work here
  • Adriana Brown
  • The end of eating everything
  • Rio Cortez
  • Sara Baartman and I negotiate visibility
  • Xandra Phillips
  • Of thee, magical negroes, I sing
  • Syreeta McFadden
  • Magical negro #607: Gladys Knight on the 200th episode of The Jeffersons
  • Morgan Parker
  • For colored boys who considered gangbanging when being Black was too much
  • Sharpening my oyster knife.
  • Britteney Black Rose Kapri
  • What I mean when I say I'm sharpening my oyster knife
  • Eve L. Ewing
  • Kingston, Jamaica, 3am, passa passa dance party
  • Idrissa Simmonds
  • Outside my Harlem window
  • Lauren Whitehead
  • A brief history of coconut oil
  • Crystal Valentine
  • Supremacy
  • Venessa Marco
  • All the things that have not happened between us
  • Destiny O. Birdsong
  • Mr. Hotep says #Black Lives Matter and he'd kill a dyke
  • Kemi Alabi
  • Rememory
  • Ra Malika Imhotep
  • If 2017 was a poem title
  • Mahogany L. Browne
  • Magical negro #80: Brooklyn
  • Duty to fight.
  • Morgan Parker
  • A brief life
  • Ariana Brown
  • #Sayhername
  • Aja Monet
  • Purgatory room
  • Diamond Sharp
  • Patriarchy
  • Hiwot Adilow
  • Alleged (erasure)
  • Candice Iloh
  • Shadowboxin, session one
  • Destiny Hemphill
  • Beautiful Black queen
  • Simone Savannah
  • Divination
  • Deborah D.E.E.P. Mouton
  • Bye bye baby
  • All the events that happen to you.
  • Noname
  • Offwhite
  • Venessa Marco
  • The holy theatre
  • Alexis Smithers
  • Pulling teeth and answers before dying
  • Ajanae Dawkins
  • Dawn prayer call
  • Idrissa Simmonds
  • Carnival Fire of '63
  • What do it tell the white boy who asks me of my heritage
  • Whitney Greenaway
  • Natalie Rose Richardson
  • Piece
  • Teri Ellen Cross Davis
  • Sonnet (47)
  • Nikki Wallschlaeger
  • No
  • Safia Elhillo
  • La negra takes Medusa to the hair salon
  • Elizabeth Acevedo
  • Confession #1
  • Yesenia Montilla
  • Love on Flatbush Avenue
  • Angel Nafis
  • Love and water
  • Thiahera Nurse
  • Look
  • Wrong is not my name.
  • Simone Savannah
  • Destiny, Chile
  • Thabisile Griffin
  • My daughter prays for a brother, and gets one
  • Brittany Rogers
  • N
  • Jamila Woods
  • After God herself
  • Justice Ameer
  • Cuero
  • Elizabeth Acevedo
  • Self-portrait with the question of race
  • Niki Herd
  • Chick
  • Athena Dixon
  • Self-portrait with dirty hair
  • Safia Elhillo
  • A sestina for a black girl who does not know how to braid hair
  • Raych Jacksion
  • Wading (ode to an almost first kiss)
  • Alexa Patrick
  • Poet imagines creating Full House in Rockwell Gardens
  • A new person.
  • Ciara Miller
  • Boxes of Andromeda
  • Athena Dixon
  • Amerikkkana
  • Toluwanimi Obiwole
  • Halcyon kitchen
  • Kiandra Jimenez
  • Girdle
  • Naomi Extra
  • My favorite things
  • Sister was the wolf
  • Naomi Extra
  • Roseart
  • Lin-Z
  • I beat my sistas ass foreal this time
  • Kz
  • This poem for Sugar Hill, Harlem
  • JP Howard
  • Ode to Walt Whitman ... the housing project
  • Rachelle M. Parker
  • Aracelis Girmay
  • Mami came to this country as a nanny
  • Elizabeth Acevedo
  • Birth, mark
  • Aja Monet
  • Blue magic
  • Safia Elhillo
  • Vespers
  • Idrissa Simmonds
  • Poem that wrote me into beast in order to be read
  • Marwa Helal
  • Abandon
  • Hiwot Adilow
  • Parcel map for the county assessor
  • Candace G. Wiley
  • 400 heat
  • Forever trying.
  • Destiny O. Birdsong
  • Black produce
  • Fayise Abrahim
  • Built for disaster
  • Mahogany L. Browne
  • Root song for daughter
  • Nina Angela Mercer
  • Flight
  • Idrissa Simmonds
  • What women are made of
  • Bianca Lynne Spriggs
  • French Guiana/enigmatic womyn blues
  • Toluwanimi Obiwole
  • Old wives' tales
  • Angel Nafis
  • 79th be the catwalk
  • E'mon Lauren
  • Some girls survive on their sorcery alone
  • Thiahera Nurse
  • It's a miracle
  • Yesenia Montilla
  • Creation story after Safia Elhillo
  • Nonae
  • Something has tried to kill me and has failed.
  • What begets what begets
  • Rio Cortez
  • For songs and contests
  • Nabila Lovelace
  • Serena
  • Porsha O.
  • Ghazal for becoming your own country
  • Ariana Brown
  • The etymology of "CHUUCH!"
  • E'mon Lauren
  • The cut up
  • Candace G. Wiley
  • Jubilee.
  • We are all God's
  • Mahogany L. Browne
  • Waves
  • Jamila Woods
  • Sway
  • Ebony Stewart
  • Invocation
Control code
975378086
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xxviii, 233 pages
Isbn
9781608468577
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
WorldCat record variable field(s) change: 650, 655
Other control number
40028125158
Other physical details
portraits
System control number
(OCoLC)975378086

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