Dr. Brenda Greene’s Interview with award-winning author, Nandi on November 15, 2009. They discussed her book “The Nanny Diaries,” a book about how life and its realities can push aside aspirations. Listen to the interview.
Dr. Brenda Greene’s Interview with one of America’s most provocative intellectuals and the author of many books, Cornel West on on October 25, 2009. They discussed his book “Brother West: Living And Loving Out Loud, […]
Archives: Dr. Greene interviewed writer, E Ethelbert Miller on April 9, 2009. They discussed his book, “The Fifth Inning,” which is a book that deals with family issues, having healthy relationships and understanding life’s ups […]
Dr. Greene’s Interview with Opal Palmer Adisa on April 5, 2009 talked about her book “I Name Me Name,” her inspiration for writing, and the art of storytelling. Listen to the interview.
Dr. Greene’s Interview with novelist, Lawrence Hill, on February 1, 2009. Hill, the author of four books, discussed his historical fiction novel, “Someone Knows My Name,” literacy, the black experience, the writing process for historical […]
Archives: Dr. Greene’s Interview with filmmaker, hip-hop artist, professor and author, MK Asante on December 21, 2008 talked about his book “It’s Bigger Than Hip Hop,” his motivation for writing, the impact of hip-hop on […]
Archives: Dr. Greene interviewed author, Hazel Rowley on December 14, 2008 and discussed her biographical book, “Richard Wright: The Life and Times,” a well researched and documented work that was elegantly written. Together they spoke […]
Dr. Greene’s Interview with novelist, Tonya Hegamin on November 23, 2008 talks about her life, her writing process, her books and her inspiration for writing them. “Listen to the interview. ”
Dr. Greene’s Interview with award-winning author, Frank Wilderson III from October 2008. In the interview, they had a provocative discussion about his book, “Incognegro: A Memoir of Exile and Apratheid,” institutional anti-blackness, Nelson Mandela, apartheid […]
Archives: Dr. Greene interviewed poet, fiction writer and teacher, Honoree Jeffers on July 24, 2008. She was also featured at the Ninth Annual National Black Writers Conference. Listen to the interview.