Dr. Greene’s Interview with author of over 15 books and editor, Herb Boyd on June 12, 2011 talked about his photo journalistic book “Civil Rights Yesterday & Today,” institutionalized racism, and the post-racial society. Listen […]
“Literary Activists of the Indignant Generation” February 10, 2011; 6:30 p.m. E.O. Jackson Auditorium Academic Complex Building (AB1) 1638 Bedford Ave. Medgar Evers College, CUNY Brooklyn, NY 11225 The program “Literary Activists of the […]
Clarence Reynolds, the director of the Center for Black Literature, interviewed award-winning author, Tiphanie Yanique on November 19, 2010 talked about her her novella and stories, “How to Escape A Leper Colony,” and her writing […]
Archives: Clarence Reynolds, the director of the Center for Black Literature, interviewed author, Bernice McFadden on May 30, 2010. They discussed her historical novel “Glorious,” the American experience, and the researching and writing process. Listen […]
Dr. Brenda Greene’s Interview with Award-winning author, Zetta Elliott on May 2, 2010 talked about writing, researching to add historical data to novels, the writing process and her picture book, “Bird.” Listen to the interview.
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 […]