- about June
- new in print
- by June
- permissions / links
a June Jordan portfolio
- from Who Look at Me
- If You Saw a Negro Lady
- What Would I Do White
- These Poems
- One Minus One Minus One
- I Must Become a Menace to My Enemies
- Poem for South African Women
- Alla Tha's All Right, but
- Poem about My Rights
- Poem for Nana
- First Poem After Serious Surgery
- The Bombing of Baghdad
- Poem to Take Back the Night
- It's Hard to Keep a Clean Shirt Clean
About June: interviews
Bomb the Root: the 1995 June Jordan interview with BOMB Magazine
Listen and watch an excerpt from an interview with June at NYS Writers Institute in 2000.
June discusses her memoir SOLDIER with Connie Martinson, 2000.
Reading/Interview at the Kelly's Writers House at the University of Pennsylvania, April 23, 2001.
For more (audio) interviews with June please visit the Pacifica Radio Archives.
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