: Fall 1967 :

THE WATTS WRITERS WORKSHOP
Vol.: 
27
No.: 
3

Budd Schulberg, Black Phoenix: An Introduction

Jimmie Sherman, From the Ashes: A Personal Reaction

James Thomas Jackson, Black Memories, a poem

Jeanne A. Taylor, A House Divided

Ted Simmons, I Said Nothing, a poem

Jeanne A. Taylor, Only Clowns Passing Through

Harley Mims, Memoirs of a Shoeshine Boy: A Section of a Novel

Ojenke, Soliloquy of Charlie Parker, a poem

Ted Simmons, Gentle Intellectual, a poem

Louise M. Meriwether, Daddy Was a Number Runner

Johnie Scott, Chaos in a Ghetto Alley, a poem

Ojenke, A Poem for Integration, a poem

Ellen M. Brown, Like It Is, a poem

Quincy Troupe, A Day in L. A., a poem

Sonora McKeller, Out of My Window

 

Other Articles

Louis Filler, Dynamics of Reform; The Antislavery Crusade, and Others; With Something About the Negro

William G. Carleton, The Conservative Myth

Margaret Croyden, Shakespeare — “Cruel and True”

 

Review

William Harris, Manuals for Black Militants