Black Literature

Dr. Edward L. Powe’s publications to date

Pepetela and the New Angolan Mythology – by Dr. Mary L. Daniel “Retired Emeritus Professor Dr. Mary L. Daniel has graciously conceded permission for the BLAC Foundation to reprint her article “Pepetela and the New Angolan Mythology” which was first published in 1993 by Host Publications Inc. in a volume entitled Homenagem a Alexandrino Severino: Essays on the Portuguese Speaking World as the first article in a new section on the site to be entitled “Black Literature of the tropics.”

The Abyssinian © by Kenisha L. Groomes-Faulk

The Abyssinian, Chapter 1 © by Kenisha L. Groomes-Faulk

Kenisha Faulk photo

Majigambo© by Merchades Rutechura

Twixt Cancer & Capricorn Collection by Dr. Edward L. Powe (contact:

Black Martial Arts Series by Dr. Edward L. Powe (contact:

The Novel as a Vessel for Transnational Voice by Lizzy Brooks

Parallelism in the Yoruba Naming Ceremony © by Florence O. Olamijulo

African Cultural Conception of Motherhood © 2010 by Kouadio Germain N’guessan

African American Literature from the 1930s to 1993 (PDF, DOC) © 2012 by Konan Amani

Violence in Two African Epics: A Comparative Study of Chaka and Sundiata © 2012 by Dr. Seindou Konate

Thomas Mofolo’s Chaka: an Epic Hero or a Villain? © 2012 by Koné K

Reading Parody in Wole Soyinka’s The Trials of Brother Jero © 2013 by Koffi Jules KOUAKOU

The diptych space/time and the ritual of sacrifice in Wole Soyinka’s The Strong Breed. © 2010 by Dr. Mamadou Ba

To Feel Share my Father’s Bitterness © 2013 Rashad Price

The Works of Dr. Neil Skinner

Book Review © C. Jama Adams

Black Review © C. Jama Adams

Feminist Perspective of Ngugi Wa Thiongo’s Devil on the Cross © 2020 by Dr. Abdullahi Haruna

The Epic of Kambili © 2012 by Fritz Pointer

Submission of Papers

Note to Readers/Submitters: The copyright of all articles submitted to BLACFOUNDATION belongs to the submitter. All articles (with possible slight editing) will be presented as submitted because it is the avowed philosophy of the site (as Max Van Mahen once wrote) “to let that which shows itself to be seen from itself in the very way in which it shows itself from itself.”

If a paper is selected to be included in the thematical electronic or hard copy journals the selected paper may be edited only with the permission of and in conjunction with the submitter. While this site neither has nor desires a chat page, the reader is encouraged to address comments or criticisms about each submission directly to the submitter and the submitter is likewise encouraged to either respond or take such responses into consideration when finalizing his / her electronic journal submission.

To submit a paper via email, send to, or mail a hard copy to:

Ed Powe
530 West Johnson
Apt. 202
Madison, WI 53703

error: Content is protected !!