• Jessie Redmon Fauset’s (1882-1961) novel, Core CollectionThere is Confusion, was probably the first full-fledged novel by a woman of the Renaissance.

  • The Opportunity’s Literary Prize Contest Awards were first announced in the September issue of the Urban League’s Opportunity Magazine.

  • T. Montgomery Gregory, Director of Dramatics, Howard University served as a judge in the Play category of the Opportunity’s Literary Prize Contest.

  • Crisis Magazine announced The Amy Spingarn Prizes in Literature and Art in October.

Titles marked Core Collection are included in the Core Collection of Harlem Renaissance Books at the Libraries.

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