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Kenneth McClane, the . Du Bois Professor of Literature Emeritus and former Stephen H. Weiss Presidential Fellow at Cornell University, taught English, African American literature, and Creative Writing for 34 years. He is the author of eight poetry collections: Running Before the Wind ; Out Beyond the Bay ; Moons and Low Times ; At Winter's End ; To Hear the River ; A Tree Beyond Telling: Poems Selected and New ; These Halves Are Whole ; and Take Five: Collected Poems, 1971-1986. In 1992 he published a volume of personal essays, Walls: Essays 1985-1990.
Its associated Black Scholar Press has published books since the 1970s . McClane, A Tree Beyond Telling.
Its associated Black Scholar Press has published books since the 1970s The Black Scholar. African-American studies. Black Scholar Press, 1983. Nancy Morejon, trans. Kathleen Weaver, Where the Island Sleeps Like a Wing: Selected Poetry. Black Scholar Press, 1985. D. L. Crockett-Smith, Cowboy Amok: Poems. Black Scholar Press, 1987.
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Black Scholar Press was based in San Francisco, California. It began publishing books beginning in the 1970s, mostly regarding social science or poetry. Notable titles include: Sonia Sanchez, I've Been A Woman: New and Selected Poems.
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Kenneth A. McClane was educated at Cornell University. The author of eight books of poetry, his poems and essays have appeared in a variety of publications, including The Best African American Essays and Trouble the Water: 250 Years of African American Poetry. Du Bois Professor of Literature and a Stephen H. Weiss Presidential Fellow at Cornell University.