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.
Archive: Dr. Greene’s Interview with Esther Cooper Jackson, former managing editor of Freedomways magazine, a periodical devoted to furthering the civil rights struggle. In this interview, Dr. Greene and Cooper Jackson discuss the importance of […]
Dr. Greene interviewed Talib Kweli – The Brooklyn – based rapper who earned his stripes as one of the most socially aware and politically insightful rappers to emerge in the last 20 years on May […]
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 […]