This is a paperback volume of poetry titled "We Walk the Way of the New World" by Don L. Lee. The cover is black, with a large central image against a red, green and yellow mosaic background. Divided into three fields by black borders with brown and yellow triangles, the top field has the title in black letters, followed by a crescent moon and star. The middle field shows a drawing of an individual in profile, flanked by an African sculpture to the right and a large African mask to the left. The bottom field has the words "By Don L. Lee/ Broadside Press Detroit." In the bottom right corner of the cover are the numbers "$1.50."
This is a paperback volume of poetry with black cover and the word "RIOT" in red san-serif typeface within a white irregular circle. The name "GWENDOLYN BROOKS" in white serif typeface are centered in the middle of the cover. The words "BROADSIDE PRESS $1.00" are visible in the lower left corner. On the back cover is a large black and white photograph of the author that fills two-thirds of the surface. The photograph depicts a woman with short hair, wearing a button down collared shirt. There is a dark window behind her. The remaining third of the cover shows text that read "RIOT/ is a poem in three parts, only one part of / which has appeared in print before. It arises from/ the disturbances in Chicago after the assassination of Martin Luther King in 1968. / RIOT, BY GWENDOLYN BROOKS, $1.00/ BROADSIDE PRESS/ 12651 Old Mill Place Detroit Michigan 48238." On the frontispiece is a reproduction of a painting by Jeff Donaldson. It depicts two young men, both wearing white shirts and khaki pants. The taller man holds a small African statue in his right hand and presses his left hand up against a clear sheet of glass the stands between the him and the viewer. The younger man stands behind him and also presses his hand against the glass surface. The glass is indicated by a few semi-transparent vertical lines and several iterations of the word "glass" in various sizes across the surface of the painting. Beneath the image are the words ""Allah Shango," by Jeff Donaldson / This painting was the Purchase Award Winner at the exhibit "Black/ Expressions '69" at the Southside Community Art Center, Chicago."
This is a paperback volume of poetry titled "New York Head Shop and Museum" by Audre Lorde. The cover is black, with bright orange letters that read "the /NEW/ YORK/ HEAD/ SHOP/ and/ MUSEUM." To the right of the title are the words "by/ Audre/ Lorde." In the bottom right corner are the words "Broadside Press $3.50."
This is a broadside with the poem "Ego Tripping" signed by the author. Shaped as a long narrow rectangle, the broadside has the title in large letters along the left margin. At the base of the title is an image of the author. Wearing dark clothing, and shown in profile, she crouches with her elbows on her knees and turns her head towards the viewer. Across the top margin are four small images of four different women. Running down the length of the broadside is the poem's text. At the bottom of the text is the author's signature, done by hand in pen.
This is a broadside with reprints of two poems, hand signed by the author. Consisting of a long rectangular piece of cardboard with reddish brown text, it shows an image of a desk microphone at the center top margin. Next to the microphone are the words "the/ Spoken/ Word." Below the image are the words "Presented by The Camberly Collection/ January 24, 2003/ The Academy of Medicine/ Atlanta, Georgia." The two poems are presented down the center of the broadside. It is hand signed "Nikki Giovanni" in black ink at the last line of the bottom poem. Underneath the signature is the edition number, handwritten in black ink "205/400."