Works by Claude McKay
McKay, Claude. Songs of Jamaica. Kingston, Jamaica: A.W. Gardner & Co, 1912. Print.
The Negroes in America [trans. from Russian by Robert Winter, 1979] (Moscow, 1924)
Trial by lynching: stories about Negro life in North America [trans. from Russian by Robert Winter, 1977] (Moscow, 1925)
Home to Harlem (New York, 1928)
Banjo: a story without a plot (New York, 1929)
Gingertown (New York, 1932)
Banana Bottom (New York, 1933)
A long way from home (New York, 1937)
Harlem: Negro metropolis from home (New York, 1937) Selected poems (London, 1953)
The dialect poetry of Claude McKay [2v.] (Freeport, 1972)
The passion of Claude McKay: selection of poetry and prose; ed. and introduction by Wayne F. Cooper (New York, 1973)
My green hills of Jamaica, and five short stories; ed. with an introduction by Mervyn Morris (London, 1979)
Wayne Cooper, Claude Mckay, Rebel Sojourner in the Harlem Renaissance. 1987 (new edition 1996).
Gary Edward Holcomb, Claude McKay, Code Name Sasha: Queer Black Marxism and the Harlem Renaissance. (2007)
Kottis Sree Ramesh and Kandula Nirupa Rani, Claude Mckay: The Literary Identity from Jamaica to Harlem and Beyond. (2006)
Tyrone Tilley, Claude McKay: A Black Poet's Struggle for Identity (1992).
Terence Hoagwood, "Claude McKay's Harlem Shadows. The Explicator 68:1, 51-54, 2010.
Adam McKible and Suzanne Churchill, "In Conversation: The Harlem Renaissance and the New Modernist Studies." Modernism/Modernity 2013.
David Krasner, Review of The Scene of Harlem Cabaret: Race, Sexuality Performance. Modernism/Modernity 2010.
James Smethurst, "The Red is East: Claude McKay and the New Black Radicalism of the Twentieth Century." American Literary History, 2009.