J. Chester Johnson was selected to deliver three key lectures as part of the McMichael lecture series. He chose three topics: Commentary on his latest book, Auden, the Psalms, and Me; The Elaine Race Massacre; and Why The Psalms Are Poems. Each of the three lectures by J. Chester Johnson are available by clicking on their respective links below. Courtesy of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Fayetteville, Arkansas.
7:00 PM, Saturday, January 27, 2018
10:00 AM, Sunday, January 28, 2018
11:00 AM, Sunday, January 28, 2018
J. Chester Johnson Interviewed by Tavis Smiley
Cornelius Eady's Interview of J. Chester Johnson for Poets House/WBAI "Open House" Program
NPR Article on Elaine and Tulsa Race Massacres
History News Network Publishes Article by J. Chester Johnson on Lunches with Father of Black Liberation Theology
Favorable Review of "Damaged Heritage" in Current Issue of American Book Review
Damaged Heritage Placed On Selective Goodreads’ List of Best Nonfiction Books
Damaged Heritage Motivates Nationwide Talks on Social Justice and Racial Equity
J. Chester Johnson Writes in the ARKANSAS TIMES About Another Arkansas Race Massacre
Video of J. Chester Johnson’s presentation at Johnson House Historic Site (Underground Railroad).
Book Review from Green Mountains Review of "Damaged Heritage"
Flying Into the Unpredictable: Publishing During a Pandemic
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art: Remembering the Elaine Massacre
Cornelius Eady and J. Chester Johnson Discuss Their 9/11 Poetry On BCR’s Inaugural Poetry Podcast
LitHub: J. Chester Johnson Interviewed for ‘Keen On’ Podcast About Damaged Heritage
Literary Hub Shares Excerpt From Damaged Heritage by J. Chester Johnson