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David Henderson

* Felix of the Silent Forest (poetry), Poets Press, 1967.
* (Editor) Umbra Anthology 1967-1968, Society of Umbra, 1968.
* De Mayor of Harlem (poetry), Dutton, 1970; North Atlantic Books, 1985.
* (Editor) Umbra/Latin Soul 1974-1975, Society of Umbra, 1975.
* Jimi Hendrix: Voodoo Child of the Aquarian Age, Doubleday, 1978; condensed and revised as 'Scuse Me While I Kiss the Sky: The Life of Jimi Hendrix, Bantam, 1981; revised and reissued, Omnibus, 2003.
* The Low East, North Atlantic Books, 1980.
* Neo-California, North Atlantic Books, 1998.


* New Negro Poets: USA, Indiana University Press, 1964.
* Where Is Vietnam? American Poets Respond, Anchor/Doubleday, 1967.
* Black Fire: An Anthology of Afro-American Writing, Morrow, 1968.
* The World Anthology: Poems from the Saint Mark's Poetry Project, Bobbs-Merrill, 1969.
* Poetry of the Negro, 1746-1970, Doubleday, 1970.
* Open Poetry: Four Anthologies of Expanded Poems. Simon & Schuster, 1973.
* Moment's Notice: Jazz in Poetry & Prose (includes "Sonny Rollins," "A Coltrane Memorial," "Thelonious Sphere Monk"), Coffee House Press, 1993.
* Trouble the Water: 250 Years of African American Poetry, Signet, 1997.


* New Jazz Poets, Broadside, 1967.
* Black Poets IV, Pacifica Tape Library, 1973.
* Poems: Selections, Library of Congress, 1978.
* (With Sun Ra) "Love in Outer Space," The Singles, Evidence, 1996.
* (With Ornette Coleman) The Complete Science Fiction Sessions, Columbia/Legacy, 2000.


* Color: A Sampling of Contemporary African American Writers (videorecording), The Poetry Center and American Poetry Archives, San Francisco State University, 1994.
* "Seven Poems from Neo-California,",

Further Reading


* Cole, Terry Joseph, "David Henderson," Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol. 41, Gale Group, 1985, pp. 166-71.


* African American Review, Winter 1993, pp. 579-84.


* "David Henderson," Biography Resource Center, (May 12, 2005).
* "A Poets Consensus," Public Art Forum: zumThema! (June 23, 2005).


* Additional information for this profile was obtained through an interview with David Henderson on June 21, 2005.
Nato nel 1942 e cresciuto ad Harlem, David Henderson ha studiato scrittura, comunicazione e culture orientali in vari colleges e università senza mai conseguire una laurea. La sua prima poesia pubblicata apparve sulla rivista di New York, Black American nel 1960. Dopo essersi trasferito al Lower East Side di New York, Henderson divenne un attivo partecipante ai vari movimenti neri nazionalisti, artistici e contro la guerra. Nel 1962 Henderson, insieme ad altri scrittori neri, fondò la Society... 2583878719-1bae579670