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Contains sites relating to the life and works of American poet and author Maya Angelou.

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Maya Angelou
Official website includes biographical information, lists of the poet's works, recent interviews, books and recordings for sale, and agent's contact information.
AALBC: Maya Angelou
Profile of the author and each of her books, including some videos. From the African American Literature Book Club.
Academy of American Poets: Maya Angelou
Biography, photograph, and selected poems.
AfroPoets: Maya Angelou
Brief biography, photograph, and selected poems.
BBC News: Obituary: Maya Angelou
Obituary of the American author and poet, with links to related stories, pictures and videos.
Biography.com: Maya Angelou
Profile of the American poet, author and civil rights activist. Includes quick facts, videos and related stories.
BrainyQuote: Maya Angelou Quotes
Collected quotations by the American poet, born April 4, 1928.
C-SPAN Video Library: Maya Angelou
Videos and transcripts of appearances on C-SPAN, from 1992 through 2013.
Democracy Now!: Maya Angelou
Video and transcripts of shows featuring the American poet and activist.
Encyclopedia Britannica: Maya Angelou (American poet)
Encyclopedia article includes related web sites.
Facebook: Maya Angelou
Official account of the American icon. "We are more alike than unalike."
The Guardian: Maya Angelou
Profile, articles, reviews and links.
IBDB: Maya Angelou
Broadway credits and awards, from the official source for information on every Broadway theatre and production.
IMDb: Maya Angelou
Lists of film and television appearances along with related videos.
Lortel Archives: Maya Angelou
Information about her appearances in off-Broadway shows, from the Internet Off-Broadway Database.
National Visionary Leadership Project: Dr. Maya Angelou
Short biography of the poet, educator, author, actress, playwright, producer, and director; photo; and interview (online video and transcript).
The New York Times: Maya Angelou News
Collection of recent and archived news and commentary, photos, multimedia and selected web resources.
NPR: 'Fresh Air' Remembers Poet And Memoirist Maya Angelou
Highlights of her interview by Terry Gross in 1986. Includes links to other NPR interviews and articles about the American icon.
Oprah.com: Dr. Maya Angelou (April 4, 1928 - May 28, 2014)
Collected videos and articles along with quotes and tributes.
Poet Seers: Maya Angelou Poems
Selected collection of poems written by the famed American poet, author and civil rights activist.
Poetry Foundation: Maya Angelou
Profile of acclaimed American poet, storyteller, activist and autobiographer.
Turner Classic Movies: Calypso Heat Wave (1957)
Article about the film in which Maya Angelou played singer Miss Calypso. Joel Grey had a solo dance routine, and Alan Arkin appeared as a lead singer.
Twitter: @DrMayaAngelou
Tweets from the official account of Maya Angelou, poet and civil rights activist.
Wikipedia: Maya Angelou
Online encyclopedia article. Includes biographical information.
WorldCat Identities - Maya Angelou
Works by and about the subject with reviews, online copies, purchase and library availability for each. Includes related identities and associated subjects.
Harvard Business Review: Life's Work: Maya Angelou
Interview by Alison Beard: "Now 85 and a professor at Wake Forest University, she says her success as a storyteller stems from “seeing us as more alike than we are unalike”—that is, from finding universal themes." (May 01, 2013)
Mother Jones: Visions: Maya Angelou
1995 interview by Ken Kelley. (May 01, 1995)
YouTube: Charlie Rose Show November 2, 19
Video of the discussion with acclaimed poet Maya Angelou about the inspiration and process of writing her inaugural poem for President Clinton. She also talked about her new collection of essays about tolerance and understanding. (November 02, 1993)
Wired for Books: Audio Interview with Maya Angelou
Audio of the 1987 interview by Don Swaim of CBS Radio. 21:32, RealAudio and mp3. (May 05, 1987)
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