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 a sentence and authors he reads.
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. 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 […]
Dr. Greene’s July 5, 2015 Interview with WB Garvey, a relative of the Jamaican National Hero Marcus Garvey and the author of the critically acclaimed historical novel “Panama Fever: Digging Down Gold Mountain” discussed his […]