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2015 Harlem Book Fair

A busy weekend and a long day at the Harlem Book Fair. Besides selling all the copies of Sugar Hill Where the Sun Rose Over Harlem, the best part of the day was meeting so many interesting people. I told … Continue reading

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It was an honor to have Afterlife in Harlem to be among ten fiction nominees for the Phillis Wheatley award at the Harlem Book Fair. Harlem Book Fair Phillis Wheatley Book Awards

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Bill Clinton Loves Being Connected to Harlem After fifteen years, Bill is still faithful to Harlem. Some residents feel he abandoned the community when he moved his main office to the city’s business district. Not me. He still maintains an … Continue reading

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Speaking at Lincoln University

Photo Credit: Christian Thompson From the Clarion News: LINCOLN UNIVERSITY-Starting this spring in celebration of Women’s History Month and LU’s new inaugural author series the “Josephine Silone Yates Literary Author Series.” This program is presented by Kymberly Keeton, who serves … Continue reading

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What about a Play Featuring Alexander Hamilton and Bill Clinton

In July, ‘Hamilton,’ the hugely popular Off-Broadway hip hop musical about Alexander Hamilton will move to Broadway. Now, there’s also ‘Clinton: The Musical,’ a comedy that parodies President Bill Clinton’s highs and lows. Besides Hillary running for president, why this … Continue reading

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Excited to Share my 101 on Memoir Writing for All the Budding Memorists

Memoir 101 by Terry Baker Mulligan “Write what you know” sounds like wise advice, but if writers didn’t experiment and break new ground, literature might have died under the weight of its own tedium. Today we know that part of the … Continue reading

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