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Gwendolyn Bennett Bibliography



Poetry:


“To a Dark Girl.” Opportunity 5.10 (October 1927): 299.

“Advice.” Caroling Dusk: An Anthology of Verse by Negro Poets. Ed. Countee Cullen. New York: Harper and Row, 1927. 156.

“Dear Things.” Palms 4 (October 1926): 22.

“Dirge.” Palms 4 (October 1926): 22.

“Epitaph” Opportunity 12.3 (March 1934): 76.

“Fantasy.” Caroling Dusk: An Anthology of Verse by Negro Poets. Ed. Countee Cullen. New York: Harper and Row, 1927. 158.

“Hatred.” Opportunity 4.42 (June 1926): 190.

“Heritage.” Opportunity 1.12 (December 1923): 371.

“Lines Written at the Grave of Alexander Dumas.” Opportunity 4.43 (July 1926): 225.

“Moon Tonight.” Anthology of Magazine Verse for 1927. Ed. William S. Braithwaite. Boston: B. J. Brimmer and Co., 1927.

“Nocturne.” Crisis 27.1 (November 1923): 20.

“On a Birthday.” Opportunity 3.33 (September 1925): 276.

“Purgation.” Opportunity 3.26 (February 1925): 56.

“Quatrains.” Crisis 27.2 (December 1923): 65.

“Secret.” Caroling Dusk: An Anthology of Verse by Negro Poets. Ed. Countee Cullen. New York: Harper and Row, 1927. 155.

“Song.” Opportunity 4.46 (October 1926): 305.

“Sonnet I.” Caroling Dusk: An Anthology of Verse by Negro Poets. Ed. Countee Cullen. New York: Harper and Row, 1927. 160.

“Sonnet II.” Caroling Dusk: An Anthology of Verse by Negro Poets. Ed. Countee Cullen. New York: Harper and Row, 1927. 161.

“Street Lamps in Early Spring.” Opportunity 4.41 (May 1926): 152.

“To Usward.” Crisis 28.1 (May 1924): 19 and Opportunity 2.17 (May 1924): 143-144.

“Wind.” Opportunity 2.23 (November 1924): 335.

“Your Songs.” Caroling Dusk: An Anthology of Verse by Negro Poets. Ed. Countee Cullen. New York: Harper and Row, 1927. 157.

Short Stories:

“Tokens.” Ebony and Topaz: A Collectanea. Ed. Charles S. Johnson. Manchester, NH: Ayer Co. Publishing,1927.149-150.

“Wedding Day.” Fire!! (1927): 25-29.

Editorial Column:

“The Ebony Flute.” Opportunity 5.4 (April 1927): 122-123.

“The Ebony Flute.” Opportunity 6.4 (April 1928): 122.

“The Ebony Flute.” Opportunity 4.44 (August 1926): 260-261.

“The Ebony Flute.” Opportunity 5.8 (August 1927): 242-243.

“The Ebony Flute.” Opportunity 4.48 (December 1926): 391.

“The Ebony Flute.” Opportunity 5.12 (December 1927): 376.

“The Ebony Flute.” Opportunity 6.2 (February 1928): 55-56.

“The Ebony Flute.” Opportunity 5.1 (January 1927): 28-29.

“The Ebony Flute.” Opportunity 6.1 (January 1928): 24.

“The Ebony Flute.” Opportunity 5.6 (June 1927): 182-183.

“The Ebony Flute.” Opportunity 5.7 (July 1927): 212-213.

“The Ebony Flute.” Opportunity 5.3 (March 1927): 90-91.

“The Ebony Flute.” Opportunity 6.5 (May 1928): 153.

“The Ebony Flute.” Opportunity 4.47 (November 1926): 356-358.

“The Ebony Flute.” Opportunity 5.11 (November 1927): 339-340.

“The Ebony Flute.” Opportunity 4.46 (October 1926): 322-323.

“The Ebony Flute.” Opportunity 5.10 (October 1927): 308-309.

“The Ebony Flute.” Opportunity 4.45 (September 1926): 292-293.

“The Ebony Flute.” Opportunity 5.9 (September 1927): 276-277.

 

Reviews (Selected):

“Review of Banjo, by Claude McKay.” Opportunity 7.8 (August 1929): 254-255.

“Review of The Grand Army Man of Rhode Island. By Lillian Buffum Chace Wyman.”Opportunity 4.45 (September 1926): 295.

“Review of The Lonesome Road, by Paul Green.” Opportunity 4.45 (September 1926): 294.

“Review of My Spirituals,by Eva Jessye.” Opportunity 5.11 (November 1927): 338-339.

“Review of Plum Bun, by Jessie Redmon Fauset.” Opportunity 7.9 (September 1929): 287.

“Review of Salah and His American, by Leland Hall.” Opportunity 12.3 (March 1934): 92.

“Review of Sorrow in Sunlight, by Ronald Firbank.” Opportunity 4.42 (June 1926): 195-196.

 

Magazine Cover Art:

“Christmas Carols.” Crisis 27.2 (December 1923).

“Pipes of Pan.” Crisis 27.5 (March 1924).

Untitled. Opportunity 4.37 (January 1926).

Untitled. Opportunity 4.43 (July 1926).

Untitled. Opportunity 8.12 (December 1930).

 

Newspaper/ Journal Articles (Selected):

“The American Negro Paints.” Southern Workman 57 (1928): 111-112.

“Edmund T. Jenkins: Musician.” Opportunity 3 (November 1925): 338-339.

“The Emperor Jones.” Opportunity 8.9 (September 1930): 270-271.

“The Future of the Negro in Art.” Howard University Record 19 (December 1924): 65-66.

“I Go to Camp.” Opportunity 12.8 (August 1934): 241-243.

“The Harlem Artists Guild.” Art Front (May 1937).

“Jobless Actors to Present Frank Wilson Play.” The New York Amsterdam News (14 July 1934): 6.

“Negroes: Inherent Craftsmen.” Howard University Record 19 (February 1925): 172.

“Toward an Art Center?: Ancient and Modern Negro Art Shown in Exhibition” The New York Amsterdam News (23 March 1935): 9.

 

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