Bibliografia

Djola Branner

"An Interview with Djola Branner." Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, 11 June 2013.

Anderson, Jack. "DANCE." The New York Times, 2 Nov. 1996.

Baker, James Ireland. "Sweet Sadie." Time Out: New York, July 1996.

Branner, Djola. "I'm a Woman (I'm a Backbone)." Mighty Real: An Anthology of African-American Same Gender Loving Writing, edited by R. Bryant Smith and Darius Omar Williams, Effusses/Sangha Publishing, 2010, pp. 87-88.

Branner, Djola. "Interview with Blackberry." In the Life: A Black Gay Anthology, edited by Joseph Beam, RedBone Press, 2007.

Branner, Djola. lyrics of the last born (poems by djola branner). 1st ed., Magpie Publications, 1996.

Branner, Djola. "Mighty Real: A Tribute to Sylvester (excerpt)." Voices Rising: Celebrating 20 Years of Black Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Writing, edited by G. Winston James and Other Countries, 1st ed., RedBone Press, 2007, pp. 490-510.

Branner, Djola. "On Meeting Joe Beam." Black Gay Genius: Answering Joe Beam's Call, edited by Steven G. Fullwood and Charles Stephens, Vintage Entity Press, 2015.

Branner, Djola. sash & trim and other plays. RedBone Press, 2013.

Branner, Djola. "Silently Into the Night." Monologues for Actors of Color: Men, edited by Roberta Uno, Routledge, 2000, pp. 55-58.

Branner, Djola, and Priscilla Page. "Syllabus: Hip Hop Theater." Radical Teacher: A Socialist, Feminist, and Anti-Racist Journal on the Theory and Practice of Teaching, vol. 97, Oct. 2013, pp. 60-61.

Djola Branner. Mighty Real: A Tribute to Sylvester, Innova Recordings, 2000.

“Djola Branner’s visit to AFRI 0990: Black Lavender.” LGBTQ Resource Center Out to Lunch Series, Brown University, Providence, RI. Guest Lecture. Vimeo, uploaded by Brown Media Production Group, 7 Apr. 2011.

Hoekstra, Joel. "Double Take." City Pages [Minneapolis], 1 Feb. 1998.

Johnson, E. Patrick, and Ramón H. Rivera-Servera. "Introduction." Blacktino Queer Performance, Duke University Press, 2016, pp. 6-7.

Lewis, Ellen. "Chapter 1: Equal Rites." Recognizing Ourselves: Ceremonies of Lesbian and Gay Commitment, Columbia University Press, 1998, p. 24.

Midgette, Anne. "Speak Low if You Speak Love? Nah, Sing Out Loud." The New York Times, 2 Oct. 2006.

Palmer, Roland. "Do You Wanna Funk?" Out In The Mountains: Vermont's Forum for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues, Mountain Pride Media, 23 Aug. 2009.

Preston, Rohan. "Djola Branner: Jack of all stage crafts, and master of them, too." Star Tribune [Minneapolis], 9 Dec. 2001.

Preston, Rohan. "'Nativity' muted by still full of grace." Star Tribune [Minneapolis], 17 Dec. 1999.

Pribek, John. "House Party." City Pages [Minneapolis], 18 Feb. 1998.

Royce, Graydon. "The 'NANNY' DIARIES; Queen Nanny, a messianic hero of Jamaica, comes to life in dance, song and puppetry at Heart of the Beast." Star Tribune [Minneapolis], 17 Jan. 2003.

Sparber, Max. "God Save the Queen: Get Real recalls the fabulousness of Sylvester; Private Eyes turns infidelity into a public spectacle." City Pages [Minneapolis], 14 June 2000.

“The power of autobiography: Djola Branner at TEDxHampshireCollege.” YouTube, uploaded by TEDx Talks, 14 Nov. 2012.

Tinson, Christopher M., and Carlos REC McBride. "Introduction to Special Issue: Hip Hop, Critical Pedagogy, and Radical Education in a Time of Crisis." Radical Teacher: A Socialist, Feminist, and Anti-Racist Journal on the Theory and Practice of Teaching, vol. 97, Oct. 2013, pp. 1-9, 80-81.

Townsend, John. "The Undercurrents of Desire." Lavender Magazine, 13 Mar. 1998.

Pomo Afro Homos

Berson, Misha. "Trio Explores Being Black And Gay." The Seattle Times, 18 Sept. 1992.

Breslauer, Jan. "As Pomo as They Can Be : Pomo Afro Homos (that's post-modern to you) have been fighting Pomo no-nos--racism and homophobia. No surprise. But it's the way they do it that gets them the attention and the laughs." Los Angeles Times, 14 Aug. 1994.

Brinkley, Sidney. "Pomo Afro Homos: Dark Fruit, The interview." Blacklight, Feb. 1992."Fierce Love. (Josie's Cabaret, San Francisco, California)." The Progressive, 1 May 1993.

Godfrey, John. "'Fierce Love' a Black View of Gay Life." Los Angeles Times, 31 Oct. 1991.

Godfrey, John. "Pomo Afro Homos and the Emergence of a Voice." Theatre Forum, vol. 0, no. 3, Spring 1993, pp. 67-73.

Haggerty, George E., editor. "Pomo Afro Homos." Encyclopedia of Gay Histories and Cultures, edited by John Beynon and Douglas Eisner, vol. 2, Routledge, 2012, pp. 699-700.

Holden, Stephen. "Black, Homosexual Performance Artists Use 'Dark Fruit' To Hone Their Cutting Edge." Chicago Tribune, 29 July 1993.

Holden, Stephen. "Review/Performance Art; Gentle Souls of Gay, Black Defiance." The New York Times, 27 July 1993.

Jones, Chad. "Pomo Afro Homos: 'Fierce' force returns." San Francisco Chronicle, 14 Oct. 2012.

Keehnen, Owen. "The Pomo Afro Homos Return." Owen Keehnen: Interviews, Queer Cultural Center, Sep. 1993.

Kriegsman, Alan M. "Dance; Pomo Afro Homos: 'Fierce' Ironies." The Washington Post [Washington, D.C.], 5 Dec. 1992.

Lyttle, John. "THEATRE / Fierce Love / Pomo Afro Homo - Drill Hall, London WC1." The Independent [London], 3 July 1992.

MacMillan, Michael. "'What happened to you today that reminded you that you are a black man?' The process of exploring black masculinities in performance, Great Britain." Theatre and Empowerment: Community Drama on the World Stage, edited by Richard Boon and Jane Plastow, Cambridge University Press, 2004, pp. 81-82.

Michael, Lauren. "After 20 Years, Brian Freeman and Fierce Love Return to Boston." The Quad, 31 Oct. 2011.

Plum, Jay. "Attending Walt Whitman High: The Lessons of Pomo Afro Homos' Dark Fruit." African American Performance and Theater History: A Critical Reader, edited by Harry J. Elam and David Krasner, Oxford University Press, 2001, pp. 235-248.

Plum, J. "Pleasure, Politics, and the Performance of Community: Pomo Afro Homos's Dark Fruit." Modern Drama, vol. 39, no. 1, Spring 1996, pp. 117-131.

Pomo Afro Homos. "Dark Fruit." Staging Gay Lives: An Anthology of Contemporary Gay Theater, edited by John M. Clum, Westview Press, 1996, pp. 319+.

Pomo Afro Homos. Fierce Love (A Play). Plume, 1986.

Pomo Afro Homos. "Fierce Love: Stories from Black Gay Life." Colored Contradictions: An Anthology of Contemporary African-American Plays, edited by Harry Justin Elam and Robert Alexander, Plume, 1996.

Román, David. "Pomo Afro Homos' Fierce Love: Intervening in the Cultural Politics of Race, Sexuality, and AIDS." Acts of Intervention: Performance, Gay Culture, and AIDS, Indiana University Press, pp. 154-176.

Shirley, Don. "STAGE REVIEWS - Pomo Afro Homos Offers 'Dark Fruit'." Los Angeles Times, 1 Aug. 1992.

Stone, Laurie. Laughing in the Dark: A Decade of Subversive Comedy. 1st ed., The Ecco Press, 1997, pp. 166, 185-187, 201, 235.

Wilson, D. Mark. "Post-Pomo Hip-Hop Homos: Hip-Hop Art, Gay Rappers, and Social Change." Social Justice, vol. 34, no. 1, 2007, pp. 117-140.