African American poets: Lives, works, and sources
Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press.
In C. Perry & M. L. Weaks (Eds.), The history of Southern women's literature. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press.
Ed(s): . C. Perry & M. Weaks
Places of silence, journeys of freedom. the fiction of Paule Marshall by Eugenia DeLamotte
[Review of ]. Research in African Literatures, 33(1), 225–226.
2000 journal article
Qualities of endurance: Paule Marshall's Brown Girl, Brownstones
Black Scholar, 30(2), 15–20.
Women of the Harlem Renaissance
[Review of ]. American Literature, 72(1), 203.
Anything we love can be saved
[Review of ]. African American Review, 33(4), 715–716.
1997 journal article
An interview with Gerald Barrax
Callaloo, 20(2), 312–326.
Dance in African American literature
In F. S. F. W. L. Andrews & T. Harris (Eds.), The Oxford companion to African American literature (pp. 197–199). New York: Oxford University Press.
Ed(s): F. W. L. Andrews & T. Harris
Reading Ann Petry's The Narrows into Black literary tradition
In Recovered writers/recovered texts: Race, class and gender in Black women's literature. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.
Scenes and sentiments for the holidays: Review of Merry Christmas, baby: a Christmas and Kwanzaa treasury / ed by Paula L. Woods and Felix H. Liddell.
[Review of ]. Emerge (New York, N.Y.), 73(1997 Dec./Jan.).
Toward wholeness in Paule Marshall's fiction
Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia.