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Finally, September…My favorite of all months.
I love September for it ushers in Fall.
I love September for offering a three-day respite from labor. 323 more words


10 Great Resources for Poets and Writers

As a poet, spoken word artist, writer, entrepreneur (and several other amazing adjectives), I found it very difficult to find affordable and practical resources to help better myself and my craft. 590 more words

African American Authors

Author Discusses Experience Growing Dreadlocks & Male Identity

Tune in for my interview with Bert Ashe, author of TWISTED: My Dreadlock Chronicles, Monday, August 24 at 8 a.m. CST/9 a.m. EST on KAZI 88.7FM, Austin, TX. 299 more words

KAZI Interview

PODCAST: Manchild in the Promised Land

KAZI Book Review contributors Peggy Terry and Evelyn Martin joined me in a live interview July 27 to discuss MANCHILD IN THE PROMISED Land.  Listen to the interview: … 99 more words

KAZI Interview

Tonight on the Write Stuff -- A Chat with ReShonda Tate Billingsley

I’m excited to have a chance to talk with ReShonda Tate Billingsley today on this edition of the Write Stuff:

Call in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air, Or, click on the link here: 464 more words

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Don’t Be Drab: Ways Authors Can Be Artsy (AND Dress the Part!)

Many authors are fluent in many subjects. Because they write about different topics and in different styles, they need a unique wardrobe to accompany their writing. 606 more words

African American Authors

You Are Here by Nina Crews. Greenwillow Books, copyright 1998. Ages 5 and up.

I love Nina Crews books.  They are usually made up of photographs of real children in normal kid situations.  In this one, two girls are bored in the house one rainy day and use their imaginations to go on a crazy adventure.  103 more words

African-American Children’s Book Reviews