Black Authors Network Literary Talk Show

Black Authors Network Literary Talk Show

Black Author Network

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The BAN Radio Literary Program aims to support the African American community and to show people, through the radio show, that African American writers are more than just a niche. That we bring wonderful stories to the minds and imaginations of everyone. We have stories to tell, using our voice and our experiences, that cross all races and cultures. The mission of BAN Radio show is to give a platform for African American authors, but to also show the diversity of genres within our literary community. The BAN Talk Show is a platform for authors who should be recognized as having cross-over genres. We are aware that there are authors that are totally targeted to AA readers, but why not discuss that? Why not make people aware that some books are written specifically for AA readers and some are cross-genre books meant to be enjoyed by ALL READERS, period? We want readers, all readers to appreciate the work of Black Authors! Our stories are stories that can be embraced around the world.

Upcoming Broadcasts

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First Glimpse Author Readings and Q&A with host Ella Curry, president of EDC Creations. Join us as Ella greets the most talented authors on the planet. We will learn more about the featured books and hear the authors read from... more
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On-Demand Episodes

Black Author Network

Nine STOPS for Power

  • by Black Author Network
The Institute for Black Men 9 STOPS FOR POWER 1998 Revised 2004, 2006 Introduction The NINE STOPS FOR POWER is the result of a collective effort to put forth a series of ideas which can be used by anyone with an interest in... more
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Day 16. Christian fiction and motivational authors speak. Sprituality celebration. Anita Ballard-Jones, JJ Michael, Brian Curtis and Angela Curtis talk about building up our media with children.
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Day 15. WARING ADULT CONTENT. Mary B. Morrison and celebrated authors discuss domestic abuse and women valuing their own bodies and opinions.
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Day 14. WARNING GRAPHIC BOOK EXCERPT. Sensual writers showcase. Erotica and Adult fiction writers discuss AA relationships
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Day 13. Celebrating Black Love. Authors talk about AA relationships. Live poetry readings by Richard James, Shamontiel Vaughn, KL the writer, Shaun Mathis, and Tichanona. Why we celebrate Black Love Day, by hosts Martin Pratt and Ella... more
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Raising the Love Vibration of Woman

  • by Black Author Network
Washington, DC (BlackNews.com) - "Raising the Love Vibration of Woman, Raising a Nation" is the theme of this year's national, Black Love Day - Feb. 13 as it celebrates its 15th year Anniversary. Black Love Day (BLD) is the 3rd... more
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Celebrating BLACK LOVE DAY with Black Author Network

  • by Black Author Network
WHAT IS BLACK LOVE DAY? * BLACK LOVE DAY (BLD) is the 3rd nationally, commemorated African American holiday (wholyday) observance of atonement, reconciliation, celebration and 24 hour demonstration of Black love, showing 5... more
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A Taste of Java by L.J. Wilson

  • by Black Author Network
A Taste of Java A Taste of Java Synopsis: Like the sweet aromatic flavor that exudes from coffee houses and pleases the sense of smell, the people who visit A Taste of Java, will definitely stimulate the soul. A Taste of Java brings a... more
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Reign Storm by Deanna Michelle Smith

  • by Black Author Network
Reign Storm by Deanna Michelle Smith REIGN STORM by Deanna Michelle Smith is the story of Storm, a beautiful high school student who thinks the world revolves around her. Not only is she beautiful but she drives a nice car, wears... more
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THE G'ORGE-WALKER AFFECT: SWEEPING ACROSS THE NATIONĀ©

  • by Black Author Network
THE G'ORGE-WALKER AFFECT: SWEEPING ACROSS THE NATION Listen to the BHM Interview If you missed featured Author, Pat G'Orge-Walker on the evening of Sunday, February 10, 2008, you didn't miss a thing. That's because... more
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