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245 04 The BreakBeat poets :|bnew American poetry in the age of 
       hip-hop /|cKevin Coval, Quraysh Ali Lansana, & Nate 
       Marshall, editors. 
246 3  Break Beat poets. 
264  1 Chicago :|bHaymarket Books,|c[2015] 
264  4 |c©2015 
300    xxii, 350 pages :|billustrations, portraits ;|c23 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent. 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia. 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier. 
505 00 |gKevin Coval : Introduction -- |gRandall Horton (1961) : 
       |tAn (i)witness say he still had the mike in his hand -- 
       |gJoel Dias-Porter aka DJ Renegade (1962) : |tTurning the 
       tables ; |tWednesday poem -- |gThoas Sayers Ellis (1963) :
       |tAn excerpt from Crank shaped notes -- |gQuraysh Ali 
       Lansana (1964) : |tMascot ; |tCrack house ; |tSeventy-
       first & King Drive -- |gEvie Shockley (1965) : |tDuck, 
       duck, redux ; |tPost-white -- |gTony Medina (1966) : 
       |tEverything you wanted to know about hip hop but where 
       afraid to be hipped for fear of being hopped ; |tThe 
       keepin' it real awards -- |gWillie Perdomo (1967) : |tShit
       to write about ; |tWord to everything I love ; |tWriting 
       about what you know -- |gMario (1967) : |tAgate -- |gRoger
       Bonair-Agard (1968) : |tHonorific or black boy to black 
       boy ; |tFast - how I knew ; |tIn defense of the code-
       switch or why you talk like that or why you gotta always 
       be cussing -- |gLynne Procope (1969) : |tShine (for Joe 
       Bataan) ; |tAll night -- |gPatrick Rosal (1969) : |tB-boy 
       infinitives ; |tKundiman ending on a theme from t la rock 
       ; |tA note to Thomas Alva ; |tOde to the cee-lo players --
       |gTracie Morris : |tUntitled -- |gJason Carney (1970) : 
       |tAmerica's pastime -- |gLaTasha N. Nevada Diggs (1970) : 
       |tWho you callin' a jynx? (after mista popo) ; |tDamn 
       right it's betta than yours ; |tGamin' gabby -- |gMitchell
       L. H. Douglas (1970) |tHood -- |gKrista Franklin (1970) 
       |tManifesto, or ars poetica #2 ; |tPreface to a twenty 
       volume homicide note -- |gAdrian Matejka (1971) : |tBeat 
       boxing ; |tRobot music -- |gJessica Care Moore (1971) : 
       |tmic check, 1-2 -- |gJohn Murillo (1971) : |tOde to the 
       crossfader ; |t1989 ; |tRenegades of funk -- |gFrancine J.
       Harris (1972) : |tStitches ; |tPull down the earth ; 
       |tThis is a test -- |gT'ai Freedom Ford (1973) : |tHow to 
       get over (senior to freshman) ; |thow to get over (for my 
       niggas) ; |thow to get over (for Kanye) -- |gSuheir Hammad
       (1973) : |tBreak (rebirth) ; |tBreak (sister) ; |tBreak 
       (embargo) -- |gMarty McConnell (1973) : |tThe world tells 
       how the world ends ; |tObject -- |gJohn Rodriguez (1973-
       2013) : |tBronx bombers ; |tWhat I saw was not your 
       funeral ; |tAt my best -- |gMariahadessa Ekere Tallie 
       (1973) : |tPaper bag poems ; |tGlobal warming blues ; 
       |tSunday ; |tPossible (for Amiri Baraka) -- |gTara Betts 
       (1974) : |tHip hop analogies ; |tSwitch -- |gPaolo Javier 
       (1974) : |tFrom all convulsions -- |gDouglas Kearney 
       (1974) : |tQuantum spit ; |tNo homo ; |tDrop it like it's 
       hottentot venus -- |gAvery R. Young (1974) : |tA prayer fo
       mama Brenda Matthews (warrior brew) ; |tAfter an artis(t) 
       talk -- |gLemon Andersen (1975) : |tThe future -- 
       |gMichael Cirelli (1975) : |tThe message ; |tAstronomy 
       (8th light) -- |gKevin Coval (1975) : |tThe crossover ; 
       |tJewtown ; |tMolemen beat tapes ; |tWhite on the block --
       |gJericho Brown (1976) : |tMotherland -- |gMahogany L 
       Browne (1976) : |tWhen 12 play was on repeat ; |tUpon 
       viewing the death of basquiat ; |tnameless -- |gAracelis 
       Girmay (1977) : |tElegy in gold ; |tBreak -- |gIdris 
       Goodwin (1977) : |tSay my name ; |tOld ladies and dope 
       boys ; |tThese are the breaks -- |gEnzo Silon Surin (1977)
       : |tCorners -- |gMayda Del Valle (1978) : |tIt's just 
       begun -- |gDenizen Kane (1978) : |tCiphers pt. 1 ; |tVigil
       pt. 1 -- |gPaul Martinez Pompa : |tI have a drone -- 
       |gKyle Dargan (1980) : |tCrews ; |tSlang ; |tO.P.P. -- 
       |gTarfia Faizullah (1980) : |t100 bells : |tNocturne in 
       need of a bitch ; |tBlossoms in the dark ; |tSelf-portrait
       as slinky -- |gSamantha Thornhill (1980) : |tElegy for a 
       trojan ; |tOde to a star fig ; |tOde to gentrification ; 
       |tOde to a killer whale -- |gAleshea Harris (1981) : 
       |tHarbor -- |gJacob Saenz (1982) : |tEvolution of my block
       ; |tEvolution of my profile ; |tGTA : Sandreas (or, 'Grove
       Street bitch!') -- |gNadia Sulayman (1982) : |tBint 
       ibrahim -- |gSarah Blake (1984) : |tHa ha hum ; 
       |tAdventures -- |gAdam Falkner (1984) |tSmall poems for 
       big -- |gMarcus Wicker (1984) : |tStakes is high ; |tWhen 
       I'm alone in my room sometimes I stare at the wall, and in
       the back of my mind I hear my conscience call ; |tArs 
       poetica in the mode of j-live ; |tBonita applebum -- 
       |gMichael Mlekoday (1985) : |tSelf portrait with gunshot 
       vernacular ; |tSelf portrait from the other side ; 
       |tThaumaturgy -- |gKristiana Colon (1986) : |tTo the 
       notebook kid -- |gCiara Miller (1987) : |tIn search of 
       black birds -- |gMorgan Parker (1987) : |tLet me handle my
       business, damn -- |gJoshua Bennett (1988) :|tWhen asked 
       about my hometown : an admission ; |tWhen asked about my 
       hometown: an anecdote ; |tLove letter to Zack, The black 
       power ranger -- |gAlysia Nicole Harris (1988) :|tWhen I 
       put my hands in the air it's praise -- |gBritteney Black 
       Rose Kapri (1988) :|tWinthrop Ave. ; |tWe house: after 
       Krista Franklin's definition of funk -- |gAngel Nafis 
       (1988) :|tLegend -- |tGhazal for my sister ; |tConspiracy:
       a suite ;|tGravity -- |gJosé Olivarez (1988) :|tOde to the
       first white girl I ever loved ; |tHome court -- |gJoy 
       Priest (1988) :|tNo country for black boys -- |gOcean 
       Vuong (1988) :|tAlways & forever ; |tSelf-portraits as 
       exit wounds ; |tPrayer for the newly damned ; |tDaily 
       bread -- |gFatimah Asghar (1989) :|tWhen tip drill comes 
       on at the frat party or, when refusing to twerk is a 
       radical form of self-love ; |tUnemployment ; |tPlut shits 
       on the universe -- |gFranny Choi (1989) :|tPussy monster ;
       |tImpulse buy -- |gNate Marshall (1989) :|tOn caskets ;
       |tPrelude ;|tPicking flowers ;|tJuke -- |gAaron Samuels 
       (1989) :|tBroken Ghazal in the voice of my brother Jacob -
       - |gDanez Smith (1989) :|tCue the gangsta rap when my 
       knees bend ; |ttwerk (v.) ; |tDinosaurs in the hood ; 
       |tDear white America -- |gJamila Woods (1989) :|tDefense ;
       |tBlk girl art ; |tDeep in the homeroom of Doom ; |tDaddy 
       dozens -- |gBenjamin Alfaro (1990) :|tWhat the eyes saw --
       |gSafia Elhillo (1990) :|tA suite for ol' dirty -- |gAziza
       Barnes (1992) :|tA locus of control and the erasure -- 
       |gTara Betts :|tLife is good : how hip hop channels duende
       -- |gRoger Bonair-Agard :|tThe art of the mistake: some 
       notes on breaking as making -- |gNate Marshall :
       |tBlueprint for BreakBeat writing. 
520    "This is the first anthology of poems by and for the hip-
       hop generation . . . It includes more than four decades of
       poets and covers the birth to the now of hip-hop culture 
       and music and style"--page xv. 
650  0 Hip-hop|xInfluence|vPoetry. 
650  0 American poetry|y20th century. 
650  0 American poetry|y21st century. 
650  0 American poetry|xAfrican American authors. 
655  7 Poetry.|2lcgft 
700 1  Coval, Kevin,|eeditor. 
700 1  Lansana, Quraysh Ali,|eeditor. 
700 1  Marshall, Nate,|eeditor. 
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