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Quincy (Thomas) Troupe, (Jr.) Biography

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Quincy Troupe, a multi-talented writer, has made contributions to literature as a poet, performer, editor, publisher, teacher, and scholar. He has published two volumes of poetry, coauthored a book of nonfiction, and edited two anthologies and several magazines. He has also made use of the popular media; his recent article on Harlem, which appeared in the Village Voice, and his book about the television production of Roots have assured him a wider audience than previously available to him through his poetry volumes. Contemporary with, but more academically based than most of the younger poets of the 1960s and 1970s, Troupe's works have been equally well anthologized--appearing in more than twenty-five volumes--and he has been equally effective as a lecturer and reader of his own poetry. A productive writer and scholar/teacher, Troupe is maturing artist with a promising future for the 1980s.

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