Volume 25, Number 1, Winter 2002

Table of Contents

From: Callaloo

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Special Issue: Jazz Poetics

Poetry

The Poet in Post-Endurance

pp. 197-198
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Endlessly Mendlessly Seeking All Whole Nest

p. 205
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Untitled

pp. 206-213
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Beat

p. 217
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Five Haiku

p. 216
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Missing in Action: For Bob Kaufman

pp. 218-219
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Wild American: For Bob

p. 199
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Liner Notes (Shuggie Otis Reissue)

pp. 98-101
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New Orleans Bibliography

pp. 92-93
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Walking Kaufman Home

pp. 214-215
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The Ancient Rain

pp. 128-132
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Bagel Shop Jazz

pp. 122-123
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Benediction

p. 133
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notes from the hot garbadine scene, The New Riviera Hotel, Dust Forever Halflife Bearings, and Oct. 5, 1963

pp. 112-116
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Forget To Not

p. 231
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Jail Poems

pp. 117-121
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The Poet

pp. 124-126
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Walking Parker Home

p. 127
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Untitled

pp. 201-202
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Untitled

pp. 203-204
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The Clicker: For Bob Kaufman

p. 200
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Untitled

p. 97
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Gayl Jones

p. 96
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Jazz

p. 94
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Miles Davis

p. 95
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Zen Acorn

p. 229
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Mesostics for Bob Kaufman

pp. 223-228
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Unpainted Discussions/Bob Kaufman's E-Corpse

p. 222
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Musical Score

Musical Score Written for Bob Kaufman

p. 230
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Nonfiction Prose

The Role of the Blues in Gayl Jones's Corregidora

pp. 257-273
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A Context for Understanding Inland Beatness and Bob Kaufman

pp. 220-221
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Introduction

pp. 105-111
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Introduction

pp. 5-7
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Bob Kaufman and the (In)visible Double

pp. 183-189
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"Shoot Myself a Cop": Mamie Smith's "Crazy Blues" as Social Text

pp. 8-44
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From "Liberating Voices" to "Metathetic Ventriloquism": Boundaries in Recent African-American Jazz Fiction

pp. 274-287
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Between Black, Brown & Beige: Latino Poets and the Legacy of Bob Kaufman

pp. 190-196
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Nathaniel Mackey's Bedouin Hornbook: An Annotated Discography of Specific Musical References

pp. 321-337
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Jazz Prosodies: Orality and Textuality

pp. 66-91
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Saxophones and Smothered Rage: Bob Kaufman, Jazz and the Quest for Redemption

pp. 165-182
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"A Hard Rain": Looking to Bob Kaufman

pp. 135-145
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Muzing New Hoods, Making New Identities: Film, Hip-Hop Culture, and Jazz Music

pp. 309-320
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News from Heaven: Vernacular Time in Langston Hughes's Ask Your Mama

pp. 45-65
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"Remembering When Indians Were Red": Bob Kaufman, the Popular Front, and the Black Arts Movement

pp. 146-164
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Love Notes For Betty: A Eulogy

pp. 1-4
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The Canonization of Jazz and Afro-American Literature

pp. 288-308
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Of Black Bards, Known and Unknown: Music as Racial Metaphor in James Weldon Johnson's The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man

pp. 233-256
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Bibliography

A Bibliography of Jazz Poetry Criticism

pp. 338-346
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Contributors

pp. 348-354
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