Anthologies

POEMS ANTHOLOGIZED:

  • 1 poem: Watching & Waiting,” in tongues of the ocean, Volume 11, 2012
  • 5 poems: “I Can/I Will,” “Nothing New,” “Still Blooming,” Once Home,” & “Alive,” in Afro Beat, Issue 2: Spring 2011.
  • 1 poem: “Coconut Bread,” In So Much Things to Say (edited by Kwame Dawes & Colin Channer), 2010, p. 19.
  • 2 poems: “Mada Make-It-Happen Callaloo Attraction Potion,” & “Mada Make-It-Happen Callaloo All-Around Infusion,” In Mythium, Vol 1, No.1, 2009, pp. 18-21.
  • 1 poem: “The Fifth Daughter,” In Poui, Volume X, 2009.
  • 1 poem: “Sister Outsider,” In Temba Tupu (Walking Naked) Edited by Nagueyalti Warrren, African World Press, 2008, p. 592
  • 2 poems: “Breaking Point I,” & “ Breaking Point VI,” In Mosaic 23, Fall 2008, pp. 35 & 37
  • 1 poem: “Jaracatia,” Alehouse, Number 3, 2008.
  • 3 poems: “Is Caribbean She,” “Caribbean She Speaking,” & “Caribbean She Making Do,” in MaComere, Vol. 10, 2008, pp.7-14
  • 2 poems: “Water Witching,” & “Stepping into Blessings,” In Calabash, Volume 5, No. 1, Summer-Fall 2008, pp. 21-22.
  • 6 poems: “ My Ancestors’ Voices,” “The Rebellious Student’s Voice,” Trapped @Adolescent,” “Trapped @ Community,” “Sister,” & “Grandmother,” In The Black Scholar, Vol. 38, N0. 2-3, Summer-Fall 2008, pp. 33-35
  • 1 poem: You Should Know, The Southern Quarterly: The Legacy of Emmett Till, Summer 2008, p. 161-164
  • “Moda mek-It Happen Callallo Stop Abuse Lotion,” The Caribbean Writer, Volume 22, 2008, p.32-33
  • 1 poem: “Writing Is all There Is,” In Essence May 2008, p. 218
  • 1 poems: “Two Kwansabas for Richard Wright: Dreaming Words,” In Drum Voices, Volume 12/No. 1 & 2, Spring-Summer, 2008, P.9
  • 9 poems, “Loquat,” “Back-Eyed Susan,” Coconut Bread,” “Corn-Bread,” “Pita,” “Crissa,” “CocoaPod.” Carambola,” Rose-Hip,” in Black Renaissance Noire Volume 8/Issue 1, Winter/Spring 2008, pp.78-81
  • 1 poem: “Market Woman,” In Kola, Volume 20.No.1, Spring/Nissan 2008, pp.21-23
  • 5 poems: “Brand New Baby,” “It’s Done,” Don’t,” “Keeping My Own Company,” & “Ten Saved Things,” In Treasure House 2, Eds. Veronica Simon & Barbara Applin,  MacMillian, 2007 pp. 1, 62, 89, 143, 216.
  • “My Mother’s Voice,” In Family Pictures, Edited by Kwame Alexander, Capital Book Fest, 2007, p.89
  • “A Game of Chance,” with Reginald Lockett, in Saints of Hysteria, Eds. Denise Duhamel, Maureen Seaton & David Trinidad, Softskull Pres, 2007, p. 257.
  • “Ocean Memories 1,” Oakland Out Loud, Eds. Kim Shuck & Karla Brundage, Jukebox Press, 2007, p. 9-10
  • “Say It Loud I’m Black and Proud,” in DrumVoices, Volume 12, Numbers 1 & 2,  Spring-Fall, 2007, p. 212
  • “Billboard Advertisement,” In Callaloo, Volume 30, Number 1, 2007, pp.322-3.
  • 3 poems: “My Father’s Voice,” My friend’s Voice,” & “The Cane-Field’s Voice,” In The Caribbean Writer, Volume 20, 2006, pp.37-40.
  • I poem: “I Am Katrina,” In Words Upon the Waters, ed. Karla Brundage, 2006, p. 15
  • 4 poems: “An Adult Affair,” Elegba,” “48 Hours,” “Living in the Moment,” In  DrumVoices, Spring-Summer-Fall 2006, Vol.14, No.1 & 2, pp. 34-38
  • 1 poem: “Peeling Off the Skin,” Gathering Ground, eds Toi Derricotte & Cornelius Eady, p. 4-16
  • 1 poem: “A Measure of Age,” Essence Magazine, February 2006, p.217
  • 1 poem: “Crossfire,” dance the guns to silence, eds. Nii ayikwesi parkes & kadija sesay, 2006, p. 36
  • 2 poems: “Between Us,” & “Angels,”  In Arabesque CULTURE & DIALOGUE, VOL. 2 ISSUE 3, 2006, P.2
  • 1 poem: “This Poem Is An Invitation,” Essence Magazine, December 2005, p.219
  • 1 poem: “Running Against the Tide,” in The Other Side of the Postcard, edited by Devorah Major, City Lights Foundation, 2005, pp. 123-25.
  • 3 poems: “What Says the Moment?,” “Aunty Nansi,” “Realization,” in MaComère, Volume 6, 2004, pp.175-177.
  • 2 poems: “Indigenous,” “Colonialism,” in The Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review, Winter 2004, pp.47-49;
  • 1 poem: “Fennel,” in The Addison Street Anthology: Berkeley’s Poetry Walk, eds. Robert Hass & Jessica Fisher. Heyday Books, 2004, p. 256.
  • 4 poems: “Crossfire,’  “Mapping Self,” “Abstractions,” Spiritual,” in Sable, Autumn/Fall 2004, pp. 114-118
  • 4 poems: “1865 Bruk-Up,”  “An Arawak Speaks,”  “The Writer’s Escape,” “De Poem’s Birth,” in Anthurium, Volume 2, Issue 1, Spring 2004, http://scholar.library.miami.edu/anthurium.
  • 3 poems: “De Poem’s Birth,” “The Sense of Things,” & Failure is Between the Poem and the Poet.”  The Caribbean Writer, Vol. 17, 2003, pp.31-35
  • 1 poem: “The Poem’s Dilemma,” Cave Canem Anthology VII, 2003, p. 2-3.
  • 1 poem: “Grey Pussy Hair,” Age Ain’t nothing But a Number: Black Women Explore Midlife, ed. Carleen Brice, 2003, p. 189.
  • 1poem: “After the Storm,” One River Many Creeks ed. Valerie Bloom,2003 p.30.
  • 2 poems: “Moda Young Gal,” & “Lime.” The Caribbean Writer, Vol. 16, 2002, pp. 15-17
  • 2 poems: “Living,” & “Justice.” Poui, No. 4, 2002, pp. 19-20.
  • 1 poem: “From Terra to Terrorist,” In Voices/rising In:justice. Ed Marci A. Takumi, Institute for Democratic Educations and Culture/Speak Out), 2002, pp.1-3.
  • 1 poem: “The Detroit River,” One the Shores of Detroit, 2002, p. 16-17
  • 2 poems: “Seven Prayers in Seven Words,” & “Let the Celebration Begin,” nocturnes (re)view of the literary arts, Fall 2002, pp. 48-50
  • 1 poem: “Poui,” Art & Story, Vol.1, No.1, p.11.
  • 1 poem: “Things No One Told Me,” Beyond the Frontier: African American Poetry for the 21st Century, ed. Ethelbert Miller, 2002, p. 139.
  • 1 poem: “Last Thoughts 9/11 Voices,” An Eye For An Eye Makes the Whole World Blind: Poets on 9/11, 2002, pp.73-75.
  • 1 poem: “I Am Peace,” Tea Party, Issue 12, 2002, p. 23.
  • 1 poem: “Satisfaction,” California Quarterly, Volume 28, Number 2, 2002 p. 60.
  • 1 poem: “Unnerving 3,” Cairn 36, 2002, pp. 8-9.
  • 1poem: “Tomorrow’s Man,” Brothers and Others, 2002, p. 27.
  • 1 poem: “Prayed Up,” Cave Canem VI Anthology, 2001, pp. 3-4.
  • 1 poem: “Sisters Behind Bars,” Meridians: feminism, race, transnationalism, Vol.2, No. 1, 2001, pp. 127-129
  • 1 poem: “Download,” Love Poems for the Media Age: Ed. David Samis, A ripple Effect Press, 2001, pp. 116-117
  • 3 poems: “London,” “Paris,” & “Lagos” Crab Orchard Review: The City, Vol.6 No.2, Spring/Summer 2001, pp. 33-38.
  • 1 poem: “Unnerving 3” Cave Canen:V 2000 Anthology, Summer 2001, pp. 1-2
  • 1 poem: “Poinsettia,” Calabash, Spring/Summer 2001, Volume 1 Number 2, p. 100.
  • 1 poem: “Imagination,” Vox Populi, Seattle Poetry Festival Anthology, 2001, p. 54.
  • 2 poems: “Poui” & “Coconut,” Obsidian III, Fall/Winter 2000-2001, Pp.  39-41
  • 2 poems: “Binding Ties” ; “Being Steadfast”  Enlaces: Transnacionalidad El Caribe y su Diàspora – Lengua, Literatura y Cultura en los Albores del Siglo XXI. Eds. Linda Rodrìguez Guglielmoni & Miriam Gonzalez Hernàndez.
  • 1 poem, “Oath Taking” The Beacon Best of 2000: Great Writing by Women and Men of All Colors and Cultures.  Ed. Edwidge Danticat. Becan Press Books, 2000, pp. 203-204.
  • 1poem: “Peanut,” Xavier Review, Volume 20, Number 2, 2000, p.62.
  • 1 poem: “Ancestry,” Nexus, Volume 36/Issue 1, Fall/Winter 2000, 75.
  • 1 poem: “Head in Idea,” The Caribbean Writer, Vol. 14, 2000, pp.85-86.
  • 1 poem: “Sisters Write Their Story,” Sojourner: The women’s Forum, July-August 2000, Vol. 25, No. 11& 12, p. 32
  • 1 poem: “Sexual Feasting,” Drum Voices, Summer-Fall 2000, Vol. 9, No.1 & 2, p 304.
  • 3 poems: “After the Storm,” “Keeping My own Company,” “Red Shoes” In Hello New: New Poems for a New Century. Ed. John Agard, Orchard Books, 2000, pp. 17, 42-43 & 58.
  • “1 poem” Gifts From Our Grandmothers. Ed. Carol Dovi, The Crown Publishing Group, 2000. Pp58-9.
  • “2 poems” Isis Rising: The Goddess in the New Aeon. Ed. Denise Dumars, 2000, pp. 48-50 & 53.
  • “4 poems” MaComere, Volume 2, 1999, pp. 36-39
  • “4 poems” Touched by Adoption. Ed. Nancy A. Robinson. Green River Press, 1999. Pp.1-6
  • “3 Poems” Lola Press, 1999, p. 59
  • “5 Poems” Syllogism 2, 1999, pp.66-75.
  • “2 Poems” Calyx, Volume 16, Number 3, 1999, pp.65 & 67.
  • “4 Poems” The Caribbean Writer, Volume 13, 1999, pp. 8-13.
  • “1 Poem” Pandora, Spring 1999, pp. 26-7.
  • “1 Poem”  Woman Speak Volume 4, 1998/99, p. 42
  • “1 Poem,” Afterthoughts, Vol.5 No.3, Fall/Winter 1998-99, p. 55.
  • “3” Poems” in Wheel and Come Again: An Anthology of Reggae Poetry. Ed. Kwame Dawes, Pepal Press, 1998, pp. 150-153.
  • “2 Poems,” Bittersweet: Contemporary Black Women’s Poetry. Ed. Karen McCarthy (The Women’s Press) 1998, pp. 135-37, 193.
  • “Things No One Told Me,” hip Mama, 1998, p. 27
  • “1 Poem,” Ruptures No. 13,October 1997-March 1998, p. 106.
  • “2 Pomes,” Liquid Ohio, Spring 1998, p. 6 &n 10.
  • “4 Poems,” Revista/Review InterAmericana, Vol. XXVII, No. 1-4, January-December 1997, pp. 182-184.
  • “1 Poem,” The Carolina Quarterly, Vol.50  No. 1, Fall 1997, pp. 21-22.
  • ”3 Pomes,” New to North America: Writing by U.S. Immigrants, Their Children and Grandchildren. Ed. Abby Bogomolny (Burning Bush Publication, 1997).
  • “Featured poet”  Local Howlers, Citysearch San Francisco, October 1997. Web-site: Cituserach7.com/E/F/SFOCA/0000/01/78
  • “3 poems,” Journal of Multicultural Heartspeak, Volume 1, Number 5, July 1997, web site:http:/www/mdcc.edu/north/asail/published/journal/hpm.
  • “3 poems,” Mango Season, Volume 8, May 1997, p. 9-11.
  • “1 Poem,” Caribbean Week, Vol. 8, No. 08, January 1997, p. 47
  • “2 Poems,”  Calyx, Volume 17, No. 1, Winter 1997, pp. 20-22.
  • “1 Poem,” La’ila’I: Anthology of the Women Center Reading Series, Volume 2, Hawaii, 1996, pp. 34-36.
  • “2 Poems,” Frontiers, Volume XVII, No. 3, 1996, pp.173-175.
  • “1 Poem Eros.  Ed. Jane Lahr. (Welcome Book, 1996).
  • The Garden Thrives: Twentieth Century African American poetry.  Ed. Clarence Major.  (HarperPerennial 1996).
  • This Far Together: Haight Ashbury Literary journal Anthology, 1980-1995.  Eds. Joanne Hotchkiss, et al. (Bay Area Center for Art & Technology, 1996).
  • “1 Poem” Feminist Studies, Vol.21, No.1, Spring 1995, pp. 37-39.
  • “4 Poems,” Obsidian II, Vol. 10, No. 1  & 2, 1995, pp. 82-90.
  • “2 poems, Nature’s Feast & Dinner Time” A Bite to Eat Place.  Eds. Andrea Adolph, Donald L. Vallis & Anne F. Walker.  (Redwood Press, 1995).
  • “2 poems” I Hear a Symphony. Eds. Paula Woods & Felix Liddell (Doubleday, 1994).
  • “1 poem” Sisterfire. Ed. Charlotte Watson Sherman (Harper Collins, 1994).
  • “ 4 poems” A Caribbean Dozen.  Eds. Grace Nichols & John Agard.  (Walker Books Limited, London, 1994).
  • “5 Poems” Feminist Studies, Vol. 20, No. 3, Fall 1994, pp/ 558-563.
  • “5 poems” Adam of Ife: Black Women in Praise of Black men, Ed. Naomi Long Madgett (Lotus Press, 1992).
  • Erotique Noire: Black Erotica, Ed. Miriam Decosta-Willis, et al (Doubleday, 1992).
  • Making Face, Making Soul, Ed. Gloria Anzaldua (an aunt lute foundation book, 1990).
  • Creation Fire: A CAFRA Anthology of Caribbean Women’s Poetry. Ed. Ramabai Espinet (Sister Vision Press, 1990).
  • Voice Print, Ed. Stewart Brown, Mervyn Morris & Gordon Rohlehr.  (England: Longman, 1989). 
  • Caribbean Poetry Now, Ed. Steward Brown.  (Toronto: Hodder and Stoughton, 1984).
  • Perspective on a Grafted Tree, Ed. Patricia Irwin Johnston.  (Indiana: Perspective Press, 1983).
  • Caribbean Woman, Ed.Lucille Mathurin-Mair.(Jamaica: Savacou Publications, 1977).
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