Volume 27, Number 4, Fall 2004

Table of Contents

From: Callaloo

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Special Issue: Contemporary African-American Poetry: A New Wave

The Editor's Notes

pp. vii-ix
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Poetry

Scarecrow

pp. 994-996
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Reinvention of a Garden

pp. 849-850
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Fingol: A Caribbean Libretto

pp. 851-855
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All Their Stanzas Look Alike

pp. 897-898
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8-Track Tape

pp. 899-900
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Record Rack, for Holding 45s

pp. 901-902
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Bright Moments

pp. 903-904
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Goldsboro Narratives

pp. 1062-1064
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In the Middle

p. 1065
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Pine Needles

pp. 847-848
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Pine

pp. 1082-1083
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Imaginary Poems for the Old-Fashioned Future

p. 1084
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The Heritage Channel

pp. 1085-1087
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Blues Aubade (or, Revision of the Lean Post-Modernist Pastorale)

pp. 989-990
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My Dream: Jesus, Wilderness, Satan's Sweet

p. 991
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Godfearing

p. 992
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Eatonton

p. 993
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Regina Brown Hears Voices, Kills Son Week Before Christmas, December 18, 1996

pp. 920-922
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Political Koans for the Candidates of 2004

pp. 923-929
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Issues Involving Interpretation

p. 945
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My Daughter Asks, When Will You Return ?

p. 946
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The Window Cleaner Writes to the Astronaut's Husband

p. 947
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Gabriel in the Kitchen, Slicing Onions

pp. 948-949
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bessie smith

pp. 967-968
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other dimensions in music, ghostcatching

p. 968
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offtime + qualify

pp. 969-970
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seven fours, three trios

pp. 971-972
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seven fours, three trios

pp. 973-974
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Libretto

p. 950
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Totem

pp. 951-952
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The Halle Berry One Two:

pp. 1009-1020
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The Nobodies

pp. 873-875
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History

pp. 876-882
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Elegy for the Native Guards

p. 1035
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Native Guard

pp. 1036-1040
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Southern Pastoral

p. 1041
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Reclining Nude, c. 1977, Romare Bearden

p. 1066
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It Wouldn't Be Make Believe

p. 905
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(Procrustes Explains Why Loneliness)

pp. 906-907
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On the C Train the Black Object Ponders Amuzati's Family Eaten in the Congo

p. 1042
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The Brown Boy is Looking and Listening

pp. 1043-1044
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The Brown Boy Loves the White Man

pp. 1045-1046
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Interviews

"A Mixed Congregation": An Interview with Thomas Sayers Ellis

pp. 884-896
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A Goldsboro Narrative: An Interview with Forrest Hamer

pp. 1048-1061
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"The Poet in the Enchanted Shoe Factory": An Interview with Terrance Hayes

pp. 1068-1081
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"Speaking from a Creolized Environment": An Interview with Honoree Fanonne Jeffers

pp. 976-988
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The Poem is Smarter Than The Poet: An Interview with A. Van Jordan

pp. 908-919
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"Within a Field of Knowing": An Interview with Ruth Ellen Kocher

pp. 932-944
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"Words Don't Go There": An Interview with Fred Moten

pp. 954-966
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"An Accumulation of Things Happening": An Interview with Deborah Richards

pp. 998-1008
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"Something We Need": An Interview with Tracy K. Smith

pp. 858-872
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Inscriptive Restorations: An Interview with Natasha Trethewey

pp. 1022-1034
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 1088-1090
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Index

Author and Title Index to Callaloo Volume 27 (Whole Numbers 98-101)

pp. 1093-1099
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Author and Title Index to Callaloo Volume 27 (Whole Numbers 98-101)

pp. 1100-1101
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