“I am a 53-year-old writer who can remember being a 10-year-old writer and who expects someday to be an 80-year-old writer.
February is Black History in the United States and Sugarcane will celebrate great artists of the past and future. It is impossible to be able to cover everyone ( we only have 28 days) so we will cover important yet under celebrated gems.
In her debut fiction novel, They Still Call Me Sister , Deborah Plummer Bussey entertains readers with a stirring cozy mystery about sexual obsession, a murder investigation and political scandal in Atlanta, Georgia.
Actor Hill Harper has partnered with Scholastic teen author, Pamela Wells, to create a multicultural children-publishing imprint called Harper & Wells Books.
I came across this today on Facebook and thought that with was a great idea. African-American Classics presents comics adaptations of great stories and poems by America’s earliest black authors, illustrated by contemporary black artists.
A select group of 20 participants from 12 different countries make up the exciting line-up of the 15th Poetry Africa international poetry festival.
Seven thousand students drop out of high school every day in America and young Black males suffer the nation’s highest casualties.