African American Poetry (1870-1928): A Digital Anthology

"Palms" Edited by Countee Cullen (October 1926)

Countee Cullen served as guest editor of Palms in October 1926. This was a mainstream (predominantly white) poetry magazine edited by Idella Purnell. The magazine was printed in Guadalajara, Mexico. 

The Table of Contents for the issue is as follows

Arna Bontemps, "A Tree Design"
Albert Rice, "Black Madonna"
Clarissa Scott (Clarissa Scott Delaney), "The Mask"
Georgia Douglas Johnson, "Song of the Sinner"
William Stanley Braithwaite, "Age and Autumn" 
Waring Cuney, "Grave"
Anne Spencer, "Lines to a Nasturtium" 
Countee Cullen, "A Song of Sour Grapes"
Lewis Alexander, "Poems": "A Group of Japanese Hokku" and "Dream Song"
Jessie Fauset, "Three Poems": "Words! Words!" and "The Return" and "Dead Fires" 
W.E.B. Du Bois, "Two Poems": "The Song of America" and "Poem (O star-kissed drifting...)" 
Bruce Nugent, "My Love"
Gwendolyn Bennett, "Three poems": "Song (Oh, my sweet...)", "Dear Things," "Dirge"
Helene Johnson, "Magula" 
Langston Hughes, "Two Poems": "Fog" and "Pictures to the Wall" 

Walter White, "The Negro Renaissance"
Alain Locke, "The Weary Blues" (review)

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