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Gwendolyn Bennett: Writings

Works

Short stories

  • 1926 – "Wedding Day", Fire!!
  • 1927 – "Tokens", Ebony & Topaz

Non-fiction

  • 1926–28 — "The Ebony Flute" (column), Opportunity
  • 1924 — "The Future of the Negro in Art", Howard University Record (December)
  • 1925 — "Negros: Inherent Craftsmen", Howard University Record (February)
  • 1928 — "The American Negro Paints", Southern Workman (January)
  • 1934 — "I go to Camp", Opportunity (August)
  • 1934 — "Never the Twain Must Meet", Opportunity (March)
  • 1935 — "Rounding the Century: Story of the Colored Orphan Asylum & Association for the Benefit of Colored Children in New York City", Crisis (June)
  • 1937 — "The Harlem Artists Guild", Art Front (May)

Poetry

  • 1923 — "Heritage", Opportunity (December)
  • 1923 — "Nocturne", Crisis (November)
  • 1924 — "To Usward", Crisis (May) and Opportunity (May)
  • 1924 — "Wind", Opportunity (November)
  • 1925 — "On a Birthday", Opportunity (September)
  • 1925 — "Pugation", Opportunity (February)
  • 1926 — "Song", Palms (October)
  • 1926 — "Street Lamps in Early Spring", Opportunity (May)
  • 1926 — "Lines Written At the Grave of Alexandre Dumas", Opportunity (July)
  • 1926 — "Moon Tonight", Gypsy (October)
  • 1926 — "Hatred", Opportunity (June)
  • 1926 — "Dear Things", Palms (October)
  • 1926 — "Dirge", Palms (October)

Bennett's work is included in the following anthologies:

  • Countee Cullen's Caroling Dusk (1924)
  • Alain Locke's The New Negro (1925)
  • William Braithwaite's Yearbook of American Poetry (1927)

 

(this list is taken from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gwendolyn_B._Bennett#Short_stories)