The collector writes: I am very proud to be offering this item up for sale, as it has been in my collection for many years. This is a softcover copy of “I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings,” Angelou’s famous autobiographical work. Continue Reading →
On Friday, September 12th, 2014, friends and colleagues from the literary world, New York celebrities, and family came out to celebrate Dr. Maya Angelou, writer, poet, and activist at the historic Riverside Church near her Harlem home on West 120th Street. Continue Reading →
Don’t miss Celebrate Sonia! The Schomburg is teaming up with the Center for Black Literature; AKILA WORKSONGS; Arts+Crafts, Inc.; and African Voices Magazine to throw a special birthday party for the beloved world renowned poet, humanitarian, scholar, and activist . Continue Reading →
The New York Public Library is paying tribute to the life of Maya Angelou with a free exhibition of her papers. Continue Reading →
It doesn’t get any better than, two diva’s in one photograph. Here’s Harlem fave and celebrity Jill Marie Lawrence and Harlem poet Dr. Maya Angelou in the back yard in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
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