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Born in Canada, Zetta Elliott moved to Brooklyn in 1994 to pursue her PhD in American Studies at NYU. Her poetry and essays have been published in several anthologies, and her plays have been staged in New York, Chicago, and... more

Richard Fewell is a novelist, playwright, and educator based in Connecticut. Richard is a magna cum laude graduate of the University of Bridgeport (BA & MA) and the winner of many prestigious awards. Richard is the author of... more

Poet, Author, and Educator Kwame Alexander discusses his forthcoming Book-in-Day Spring Fundraiser event and Capital Book Fest. Visit the fundraiser event RSVP page at http://bookinaday.eventbrite.com/ Book-in-a-Day (BID) is a... more

Tachelle Shamash Wilkes author of inspirational teen novel, Amanda's Ray has been in the entertainment industry for over ten years. She first appeared in Above the Rim with Tupac Shakur as a teenager and was hooked. She then went... more

Joyce Schwarz is the bestselling author of THE VISION BOARD and a producer, Hollywood and VIP coach and dealmaker. She is also a social entrepreneur and founder of the Center for Successful Recareering. Originally from Cleveland,... more

Kerika Fields is the author of He's Gone...You're Back! a non-fiction book written to help women holistically navigate the dark, scary post-relationship abyss, and come out on the other side ready to laugh and love again. Because breaking... more

Actress, writer, producer, director, dancer, singer T'KEYAH CRYSTAL KEYMÁH, (pronounced Ta-Kee-ah Kristle Kee-Mah) is a quiet storm. She is best known for her ubiquitous work on the Emmy Award winning comedy, In Living Color... more

Editor of Who's Your Mama? (2009, Soft Skull Press).

Mariahadessa Ekere Tallie is a poet, writer, educator, New Yorker and world-wanderer. Her poetry and fiction have been published in several journals including: Crab Orchard Review, Bomb, Long Shot, Paris/Atlantic, Drumvoices... more

In Keep Your Enemies Closer, Charlotte spends a summer in Turtle Island, South Carolina with her grandparents, Edmund and Mattie Mae Morley. Charlotte's twin cousins, Tina and Terry, also come down for some "summer fun." They are... more
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