Lucille Clifton Bibliography in Chronological Order
Lucille Clifton: Her Life and Letters: Praeger, 2006
Mercy: American Poets Continuum, BOA editions, 2000
Dear Creator: A Week of Poems for Young People and Their Teachers by Lucille
Clifton and Gail Gordon Carter 1997. Reprint: Doubleday, 2000.
Blessing the Boats: New and Selected Poems 1988-2000, BOA Editions, 2000
The Terrible Stories, BOA Editions, 1996
The Book of Light. 1993
Quilting: Poems 1987-1990, BOA Editions, 1991
Next: New Poems. BOA Editions, 1987
Good Woman: Poems and a Memoir 1969-1980, BOA Editions, 1987
Two-Headed Woman, University of Massachusetts Press, 1980
My Brother Fine with Me, Holt Rinehart and Winston, 1st edition 1975
The Times They Used to Be, 1st edition 1974
Second publishing, Cahners Business Information Inc., 2001
Third publishing, Yearling, Reprint edition, 2002
An Ordinary Woman, Random House, 1st. edition 1974
Good News about the Earth, Random House, 1972
Good Times, Random House, 1969
Generations: A Memoir, Random House, 1st edition, 1976 (written in prose)
Conversations with Lucille Clifton
Bryant, Thelma, "A Conversation with Lucille Clifton." SAGE: A Scholarly Journal on Black Women (Atlanta, GA) 2. 1 (1985 Spring): 52.
Rowell, Charles H. “Interview with Lucille Clifton” Callaloo : A Journal of African Diaspora Arts and Letters 22.1(Winter 1999): 56 - 72.
Davis, Eisa. "Lucille Clifton and Sonia Sanchez: A Conversation." Callaloo: A Journal of African Diaspora Arts and Letters 25.4 (2002 Fall): 1038-74.
Davis, Katie. "Poet Lucille Clifton Discusses Her Work and Her Life." National Public Radio: All Things Considered. October 24, 1993.
Glaser, Michael. "I'd Like Not to Be a Stranger in the World: A Conversation/Interview with Lucille Clifton." Antioch Review 58.3 (2000 Summer): 310-29.