Poems of Black Africa

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Poems of Black Africa is a poetry anthology edited by Wole Soyinka, and published in 1975 (see 1975 in poetry) as part of the Heinemann African Writers Series. It was arranged by theme.

Poets in Poems of Black Africa[edit]

Abangira - G. Adali-Mortty - Costa Andrade - Jared Angira - Peter Anyang' Nyong'o - Kofi Awoonor - Kwesi Brew - Dennis Brutus - Siraman Cissoko - J. P. Clark - José Craveirinha - Viriato da Cruz - Bernard Dadié - Kaoberdiano Dambara - Joe de Graft - Solomon Deressa - Noémia de Sousa - Birago Diop - David Diop - Mbella Sonne Dipoko - Marcelino dos Santos - Tsegaye Gabre-Medhin - Armando Guebuza - Ismael Hurreh - Antonio Jacinto - Paulin Joachim - Charles Kabuto Kabuye - W. Kamera - Jonathan Kariara - Amin Kassam - Yusuf O. Kassam - Keorapetse Kgositsile - Kittobbe - Mazisi Kunene - Kojo Gyinaye Kyei - Taban Lo Liyong - Stephen Lubega - Theo Luzuka - Valente Malangatana - Ifeanyi Menkiti - Mindelense - Oswald Mbuyiseni Mtshali - Agostinho Neto - Athru Nortje - Richard Ntiru - Atukwei Okai - Gabriel Okara - Christopher Okigbo - Yambo Ouloguem - Frank Kobina Parkes - Okot p'Bitek - Lenrie Peters - Rabérivelo - Isaac Rammopo - Jorge Rebelo - Arnaldo Santos - L. S. Senghor - Onésimo Silveira - Wole Soyinka - J.-B. Tati-Loutard - Bahadur Tejani - B. S. Tibenderana - Enoch Tindimwebwa - Kalu Uka - Tchicaya U Tam'si - Okogbule Wonodi

The anthology covers several themes