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  Volume 36, Number 3, Summer 2013

Table of Contents

Special Section

Love: The 2012 Callaloo Conference

pp. 559-561
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Poetry

Daffodil: Narcissus (Amaryllidaceae) “Rita Dove”

pp. 509-510
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Scarf

p. 511
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Lingua Franca with Flora

pp. 551-552
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Natalia and Child

p. 547
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Alexander’s Real Slow Drag

pp. 541-542
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Dying Cleopatra

p. 540
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Anxiety of Influence

p. 526
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Conditions for a Southern Gothic

p. 522
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Guardian

p. 527
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Late Meditation

pp. 523-525
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The Black Witch in Ingersoll’s Connecticut

p. 546
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A Groupie’s Love Song

pp. 585-588
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Voices from Rwanda

pp. 553-557
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Blessed Assurance

pp. 548-550
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Fiction

I Am an Old Woman

pp. 512-521
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Writing Love: Into a New Correspondence with Ourselves

pp. 582-584
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The Paper Cigarette

pp. 543-545
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Nonfiction

The 2012 Callaloo Conference Overview

pp. 573-575
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Mutuality and Startlement: Love at the 2012 Callaloo Conference at Princeton

pp. 589-594
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“Love Won’t Come Easy”

pp. 595-599
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“To Whom It May Concern”: Toward Theorizing Poems of the Interior

pp. 576-581
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All Loves Supreme: Comments on Love the 2012 Callaloo Conference

pp. 565-572
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Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas United States of America

p. 558
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Editor’s Note

pp. 562-563
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An Excerpt from Walter Rutledge’s On the Block: After Bearden Dance Panel

p. 564
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Love It Is: Introduction to the 2012 Callaloo Conference

pp. 718-720
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Love: The 2012 Callaloo Conference

pp. 721-748
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Bye-Bye Barbar

pp. 528-530
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Response to Marlon B. Ross’s Review Essay

pp. 750-752
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Interviews

An Interview with Ellah Allfrey

pp. 753-757
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An Interview with Courtney Bryan

pp. 600-608
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Love Visual: A Conversation with Haile Gerima

pp. 634-657
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An Interview with Taiye Selasi

pp. 531-539
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Articles

For the Love of Money?: Distributing the Go$pel beyond the United States

pp. 609-617
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(Black) (Queer) Love

pp. 658-668
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African American Women Poets, the Harlem Renaissance, and Modernism: An Apology

pp. 789-801
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Love in the Black Arts Movement: The Other American Exceptionalism

pp. 618-624
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Love in Action: Noting Similarities between Lynching Then and Anti-LGBT Violence Now

pp. 688-717
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Power, Politics, and Domestic Desire in Octavia Butler’s Lilith’s Brood

pp. 773-788
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“A Woman Is a Conjunction”: The Ends of Improvisation in Claude McKay’s Banjo: A Story without a Plot

pp. 758-772
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“What’s Love But a Second Hand Emotion?”: Man-on-Man Passion in the Contemporary Black Gay Romance Novel

pp. 669-687
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Baudelaire, Rimbaud, Toomer: The Urban Stranger and “Bad Blood” in French and African American Modernism

pp. 802-810
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Michelle Cliff’s Into the Interior and the Trope of the Solitary Female Immigrant

pp. 811-821
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Love between Separation and Continuity: The Poetics of Natality in Ralph Ellison

pp. 625-633
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Book Reviews

The Plot Against Hip Hop by Nelson George (review)

pp. 822-824
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Samurai Among Panthers: Richard Aoki on Race, Resistance, and a Paradoxical Life by Diane C Fujino (review)

pp. 830-833
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Black Power, Yellow Power, and the Making of Revolutionary Identities by Rychetta Watkins (review)

pp. 827-830
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Darkest America: Black Minstrelsy from Slavery to Hip-Hop by Yuval Taylor, Jake Austen (review)

pp. 824-827
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Contributors

pp. 834-839
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