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Ghostly Stories From Tananarive Due

Tune in Monday at 8amCST/9amEST to KAZI 88.7FM for my interview with Tananarive Due, author of the short story collection, GHOST SUMMER.

About the Book… 197 more words

KAZI Interview

Indie, Vanity, and Traditional Publishing

Today the publishing industry is not just limited to the traditional press. Writers are given more options to get their work published. What seemed to be impossible before can be easily achieved by many different writers. 669 more words

African American Authors

How to Become a Full-Time Writer in 3 Months

Being a writer is no easy-feat. You have to deal with a lot of things, and the most common one is being stuck in your 8-5 pm job while trying to make a career out of writing. 652 more words

African American Authors

PODCAST: Interview with T. Geronimo Johnson, author of Welcome to Braggsville

New Orleans native T. Geronimo Johnson wrote a hilarious novel  synthesizing the UC Berkeley liberal culture with a small fictional town in Georgia obsessed with Civil War reenactment with the result being WELCOME TO BRAGGSVILLE.  30 more words

African American Authors

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. 26 more words


What do you get when you mix deliciously hot food with sensually hot scenes? You get the beautifully written and touching new novel by Christina C. 322 more words

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September / Fall / Love / Giveaways

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