Toni Morrison remains one of our most prominent African American authors. She has produced outstanding works and received considerable attention. Over the years, I've been writing here and there about her work and its reception.
• August 6: Coverage of Toni Morrison's passing
• November 14: Toni Morrison by the numbers - By Kenton Rambsy and Howard Rambsy II
• July 28: A few lessons from the Toni Morrison Society Conference
• July 27: Dana Williams shines light on editor Toni Morrison
• November 15: Toni Morrison and Metacanon
• July 30: From Baldwin to Morrison & Coates: a brief history of endorsements
• February 21: Middleton A. Harris, Toni Morrison, and The Black Book
• July 23: How 48 Black Writers and Critics Greatly Assisted Toni Morrison
• June 18: Toni Morrison essays & Poems from Prison...Every. Single. Day.
• June 14: 1970: A defining year in black writing
• May 4: Toni Morrison & the Matter of Black Writer Boxes
• May 2: How Black Studies Contributed to the Construction of "Toni Morrison"
• May 2: The Coverage of Toni Morrison & Home
• April 29: Toni Morrison, the Major Author Course, & Lovejoy Library
• September 18: Toni Morrison & Black Arts Poetry
• July 29: Black Women Writers Born between 1928-1939
• November 23: High Standards & African American Audiences
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