HIP HOP LIBRARIANSHIP: A Comprehensive Bibliography

Hip Hop Librarianship Book CoverThe Hip Hop Librarian Consortium, is a group of Academic Librarians from various parts of the United States, collaborating on an ongoing book-project series that features a bibliographic archive of Hip Hop scholarly resources for students, faculty, and life-long learners to use for research purposes.

The original book cover was designed by kYmberly Keeton, a Founding Member of the group. Additionally, she had the opportunity to oversee the publishing and editorial logistics for the book project. Check out the final book cover arrangement chosen by the consortium, view a flipped online book version of the book, and download the bibliography as a print document.

Read and learn more about the Hip Hop Consortium’s panel round-table at the 2017 Association of College and Research Libraries Annual Conference. Download a free copy of their e-book: LEADERS OF THE NEW SCHOOL: HIP HOP LIBRARIANSHIP BIBLIOGRAPHY BOOK. Use the hashtag #hiphopbibliolibrary for social media platforms.

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SOUL ALIVE! Poetry & Prose

soulalivebookcoverimageSOUL ALIVE! Prose & Poetry, is a book of poetry written for the sake of writing, dedicated to society that rejects the art form as a worthy cause and occupation. Writer and poet, atlas brown opens up the book stating, SOUL ALIVE! Prose & Poetry was written out of frustration in my studio. When you want something so bad that you can taste it, what would you do to get it?”

Read the writer’s book of poetry online for free and read reviews about the book and leave a comment for the author about her poetic words that bring life center stage. Grab your favorite beverage, turn on your reading device, and get ready for enlightenment. Buy a  Kindle e-book copy for .99 cents.

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The Protest Cove

resized_imagejpeg_20-2-atlas brown’s latest gift to the public is a treat for all that have endured the halls of academia as writers. Who says that one has to be politically correct to be a good writer? Why not expose your muse? This is one of the many reasons the writer chose to compile a collection of short-stories from her academic experiences. As an experimental fiction writer, atlas brown makes it known throughout the work (though she fought tooth and nail to be true to her voice) that she was writing to her own beat and drum. There are six stories that will have readers wanting more of the writer’s work.

A few of the featured works include: The Sandwich, Jazz Walking, and R.O.S.E. The author proclaims that her writing is solely based off of what she believes is truth in the form of fiction, “I know that truth in fiction may sound off kilter for some, but I believe that it’s the essence of understanding reality. And, I desire to tell stories that evoke different emotions in us all.”

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