IN MOSAIC LITERARY MAGAZINE: Weaver interviewed by Randall Horton
"To be certain, Weaver is an extremely important poet whose literary work helps bridge the connection between the 20th and 21st centuries in terms of class. The fact that Weaver is blue collar—nuts and bolts from East Baltimore—a fifteen-year factory worker, offers a certain necessity to contemporary poetry that at times is missing." Randall Horton
"A poet forged in heartbreak" article by Dave Aucoin
Poets & Writers City Guides by Ifeanyi Mentiki
"Looking at Boston, I think of the story of Afaa Michael Weaver, a black man and a poet who lives in the area and teaches at Simmons College. It is a story that reminds us of the reasons why literature still matters. Born in Baltimore, with poverty all around him...Weaver’s story is the story of one man, but also the story of literature. The American is there, so is the black American. The global is also there, by way of the Chinese. And it is a Boston story all the way."
Alexander Street Press Black Drama
Weaver's unpublished plays are available at Alexander Street Press
The New York Review of Books October 14, 2010
"In the Life of The Wire" a review of the HBO television program and books about it. by Lorrie Moore
Weaver recites several poems recorded at Simmons College in Boston.