Adoff, Arnold

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ADOFF, Arnold

ADOFF, Arnold. American, b. 1935. Genres: Poetry, Novellas/Short stories. Career: Literary Agent, Yellow Springs, Ohio, 1977-. Teacher in the New York public schools, 1957-69. Publications: VERSE FOR CHILDREN: Mandala, 1971; Black Is Brown Is Tan, 1973; Make a Circle, Keep Us In: Poems for a Good Day, 1975; My Sister Tells Me That I'm Black, 1976; Tornado!, 1977; Under the Early Morning Trees, 1978; Where Wild Willy, 1978; Eats, 1979; I Am the Running Girl, 1979; Friend Dog, 1980; Today We Are Brother and Sister, 1981; OUTside INside Poems, 1981; Birds, 1982; All the Colors of the Race, 1982; The Cabbages Are Chasing the Rabbits, 1985; Sports Pages, 1986; Greens, 1988; Flamboyant, 1988; Chocolate Dreams, 1989; Hard to Be Six, 1991; In for Winter, Out for Spring, 1991; The Return of Rex and Ethel, 1993; Street Music: City Poems, 1995; Slow Dance Heart Break Blues, Vol. 1, 1995; Touch the Poem, 1996; Touch Stone, 1997. OTHER: Malcolm X, 1970; Love Letters, 1997; Basket Counts, 2000; Daring Dog & Captain Cat, 2001. EDITOR: I Am the Darker Brother: An Anthology of Modern Poems by Negro Americans, 1968; Black on Black: Commentaries by Negro Americans, 1968, rev. ed., 1997; City in All Directions: An Anthology of Modern Poems, 1969; Black Out Loud: An Anthology of Modern Poems by Black Americans, 1970; Brothers and Sisters: Modern Stories by Black Americans, 1970; It Is the Poem Singing into Your Eyes: An Anthology of New Young Poets, 1971; The Poetry of Black America: An Anthology of the 20th Century, 1973; My Black Me: A Beginning Book of Black Poetry, 1974; Celebrations: A New Anthology of Black American Poetry, 1977; Slow Dance Heartbreak Blues, 1995. Address: Box 293, Yellow Springs, OH 45387, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]