Title:Eugene B. Redmond promotional ephemera: Sacramento, Calif., 1972-1973
Creator/Contributor:Redmond, Eugene., creator
Creator/Contributor:Harrison, Lucy B., ill.
Creator/Contributor:Black River Writers
Contains printed promotional materials advertising Redmond's newest works and a performance of a play at California State
University, Sacramento. Includes an invitation to a holiday event promoting "Bloodlinks and Sacred Places" and "In a Time
of Rain & Desire" and containing the poem, "Blackfest" on the inside front cover; a Black River Writers [Press] promotional
pamphlet for "In a Time of Rain & Desire", cover illustration by L. [Lucy B.] Harrison, 1973.; and a broadside (8 x 11 in)
advertising the performance of "Will I Still Be Here Tomorrow" as part of the event presentation, "Aspects of Oppression,"
by the Sons/Ancestors Players held at the Outdoor Theater, California State University, Sacramento, May 21-26, 1972.
Redmond, Eugene -- Archives
California State University, Sacramento -- Faculty
African American poets
African American dramatists
Black theater -- California -- Sacramento
Black Arts movement
American poetry -- African American authors
African American authors
African American college teachers
At the time these materials were printed, Redmond was a professor of English, and Poet-in-Residence in Ethnic Studies, at
California State University, Sacramento.
Eugene B. Redmond promotional ephemera : Sacramento, Calif, BANC MSS 2011/16, The Bancroft Library, University of California,
Purchase; from Waiting for Godot Books; 20101117.
Eugene B. Redmond (born December 1, 1937, St. Louis) is an American poet, and academic. Redmond's published works of poetry
include a pamphlet poem and six poetry collections, as well as numerous contributions to journals and anthologies. His poetry
is closely connected to the Black Arts Movement and in 1976, Redmond was named Poet Laureate of East St. Louis, Missouri.
1 folder (3 items)
BANC MSS 2011/16