More Marvin X http://www.nathanielturner.com/marvinxtable.htm Marvin X Table nathanielturner.com Books by Marvin X Love and War: Poems / In the Crazy House Called America / Woman: Man's Best Friend / Beyond Religion Toward Spirituality * * * * * Marvin X—born Marvin Ellis Jackmon on May 29, 1944 in Fowler, California—attended Fresno at Edison High, Oakland City College (now Merritt College) receiving an associate degree in 1964. Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale, the founders of the Black Panther Party, were fellow students at Oakland City College. Marvin also received a BA and MA in English at San Francisco State College (now San Francisco State University). More Chronology of Marvin X (El Muhajir ) Marvin X Bio Bibliography of Marvin X marvinxspeaks.blogspot.com/ * * * * * Essays Am I Black, Am I White? Beloved Black Poet Determined to Fight New Jersey Black Bourgeoisie Defend Black Reconstruction Week Two Black Reconstruction #7 Black Scholars in Crisis? The Complexity of Iraq Dr. Yusef Bey Transcends Essays from Beyond Religion, Toward Spirituality (review) Nature and Spirituality Language and Spirituality Sectarianism and Spirituality Ancestors and Spirituality Love and Spirituality Death and Spirituality Prison and Spirituality Pimpin and Spirituality Partner Violence and Spirituality Global Violence and Spirituality Technology and Spirituality Street Violence and Spirituality Rap and Spirituality Future and Spirituality Teacher and Spirituality Myth and Spirituality Toward A Radical Spirituality Militant and Spirituality Farrakhan's Final Call Foreword to How to Recover from the Addiction to White Supremacy (Nathan Hare) How To Recover from the Addiction to White Supremacy How to Stop Killing Islam Needs a Martin Luther Land of My Daughters London Bridges Falling Down (Responses) Manifesto of The University of Poetry Marvin X: A Critical Look at the Father of Muslim American Literature (planned book) Introduction Dedication Contents The Contributors Bibliography of Marvin X Marvin X Gives Barefoot Lecture on Radical Spirituality The Meaning of Black Reconstruction Negro Psychosexuality in the Post Crack Society ****** Please Of Men Beast, Ancestors and Nature Open Letter to Dr. Hussein Shahristani The Pain of Violence and Death In the Hood The Politics of Life and Death (on Shani Baraka's death) Colin Powell Report: BAM Conference The San Francisco Anti-War March Toward A Radical Spirituality Understanding London A Review of My Son The Fanatic VIP ******* and Rape Welcome to Mexi-Cali Poem & Creative Essay When Jazz Ain't Jazz (performance review) Why I Talk with Cows Why We Hate Marvin X by Anonymous X ChickenBones Poetry Book 2005 Land of My Daughters Poems 1995-2005 by Marvin X Reviewed by Rudolph Lewis Interview Interview with Ed Bullins Poems A Drunkard in Denial At Fitnah How To Love A Thinking Man (poem) How to Love a Thinking Woman (poem) I Thought (poem) The News Ain't News PALESTINE Remembering Shani Baraka When Parents Bury Children Tom Feelings We're in Love, But You Don't Know Me What if there was no God but God When I Think About the Women in My Life Where's Fats Domino White Power Promotions Barefoot Lecture on Radical Spirituality History and Spirituality Book & Screening Tour Boy Steals Show At Marvin X Concert Book Tour 2002 Book Tour Report 2005 FOUR BOOKS BY MARVIN X Holiday Discount: FOUR BOOKS BY MARVIN X Marvin X Reports on East Coast Tour, 2007 Marvin X Returns to the Fillmore Marvin X Rocks Crowd At Oakland's Malcolm X Jazz Festival Marvin X Show Coming Home Notes on the Journal of Black Poetry Festival Reports on East Coast Tour The Tenderloin Book Fair Reviews Africa or America On Cecil Brown's Hey, Dude, Where's My Black Studies Department Akeelah and the Bee (film) America Is Still the Place (Charlie Walker) Ayodele Nzina Reviews Essays on Consciousness by Marvin X Barefoot Lecture Beyond Religion toward Spirituality ( (Ayodele Nzinga review) Crazy House Called America Crazy House Contents Crazy House Introduction (Suzzette Celeste Johnson) Gospel of the Game (Film directed by Rosebud Bitterdose) How to Find and Keep A BMW (Book by Julia Hare) Land of My Daughters (Review by Rudolph Lewis) Maangamizi (the Ancient One) (film review) Marvin X as Plato Marvin X Offers a Healing Peek into His Psyche (Junious Ricardo Stanton) My Son The Fanatic (film) Nothing But the Truth, as Told by Marvin X (By Nathan Hare) Protest of Artist as Revolutionary (film) The Pursuit of Happyness (film review) Somebody Blew Up America (By Amiri Baraka) Toward A Radical Spirituality Marvin X Unplugged -- An Interview (Lee Hubbard) Wish I Could Tell You the Truth (Review by Rudolph Lewis) Wounded inn the House of A Friend (Poems by Sonia Sanchez) Related Material Amistad 2 Askia Muhammad Touré BAM Conference at Howard Boycotted A BAM Roll Call (Baraka) Black Art Black Arts Movement (Kalamu) The Black Arts Movement (Larry Neal) Black Immigrants Deported Black Poetry 1965-2000 The Black Poets (Dudley Randall) Blessings Are Due (Ayodele Nzinga) The Claude McKay--Romare Bearden Diary of Zena al Khalil Don’t Say Goodbye to the Pork Pie Hat Duet for The Godfather (Wordslanger) Fifty Influential Figures Glide Memorial United Methodist Church The Ground on Which I Stand Haki Madhubuti The Image of the Black Criminal Larry Neal Bio Larry Neal Chronology Larry Neal Interview in Omowe Larry Neal Speaks Message from Amiri Baraka Modernism and the Harlem Renaissance New Negro Poets U.S.A. (Hughes) The Poetry of Don L. Lee The Problem of "Settling" Report: HU BAM Conference (Marvin X) Response to Shaquille O’Neal The Revolutionary Theatre Somebody Blew Up America (poem) Status and Standard Language Tenderloin Report Toward a Feminist Theology To White Women Who Think White Anti-Racist is an Oxymoron * * * * * Marvin X has given permission to Harvard University to publish his poem "For El Haji Rasul Taifa" from Love and War: Poems by Marvin X (1995). The poem will appear in The Encyclopedia of Islam in America Volume II, Greenwood Press, edited by Dr. Jocelyne Cesari of Harvard's Islam in the West Program. Mr. X is co-editor of the forthcoming anthology Muslim American Literature, University of Arkansas Press, edited by Dr. Mojah Khaf. He is also in the forthcoming Muslim American Drama, Temple University.