Dr. Brenda Greene’s Interview with award-winning novelist, Bridgett M Davis, on February 21, 2015. They discussed her book “Into the Go-Slow,” being black in America, loss, identity, grief, sisterhood, cultural conflicts and the writing process for biographical fiction novel-writing.
Archives: Clarence Reynolds talks with author Naomi Jackson regarding her debut novel “The Star Side of Bird Hill,” a coming-of-age story about two young sisters from Brooklyn, NY, sent to live with their grandmother in […]
Dr. Greene’s Interview with writer, Mitchell Jackson on September 28, 2014 talked about “The Residue Years,” his motivation for writing, the status of the black male, the mother/son relationship, the writing process, the acoustics of […]
Part Twi of Dr. Brenda Greene’s Interview with activist, author, educator and journalist, Herb Boyd on March 8, 2015 talked about his project, “The Diary of Malcolm X El Hajj Malik El Shabazz,” institutionalized racism, […]