by Langston Hughes
This organization has it all when it comes to promoting Hughes's vision of leadership and civic engagement.
This has all you could ever want to know about the poet and his most famous poems.
Check out this video clip about our man and his greatest influence on American culture.
Check out this cool interpretation by a fan of Hughes's "Democracy."
Here are a bunch of readings of some of Hughes's most famous works.
He's looking thoughtful in the backdrop of city life here.
He's got his hand on a glass frame here, looking mighty artistic.
Articles and Interviews
Well, you're in luck. We now have 18 volumes of work dedicated to our man.
Yup, there are some interesting tidbits about avocados and such in Hughes's letters.
From a time when "jive" as a good thing: there's a lot about Hughes, jazz music, and the influence this jiving music had on his career.
How many times do you get the chance to read a review of Hughes written by another literary juggernaut, James Baldwin? Not often, that's how many.
Check out this article, written in 1962 about Hughes's take on this mega-important organization.
It's always interesting to read short stories written by famous poets and vice versa. These are extra-interesting because they're written by Hughes.