On Friday, February 26th, I gave a talk on Alexander Hamilton and Harlem history for students at Webster Groves HS students during their second annual All-Write Festival. The Festival consists of a full week of presentations by local and national authors, and talented Webster students. At the end of my talk, after I thanked everyone for […]
In honor of Black History Month, Sonia Sanchez was the keynote speaker at the St. Louis Public Library. Professor Sanchez is a poet, mother and international speaker. Her books include, Shake Loose My Skin and Homegirls and Handgrenades (Photo, courtesy of IMAKEPIX.COM) Though small in stature, Professor Sanchez is a firebrand and dynamic speaker on […]
Thanks to everyone who came out on a cold snowy night to hear Rick Skwiot, Kathleen Finneran and me talk about memoir writing. It was an honor to be on the panel with Kathleen and Rick, two fine writers and excellent teachers. A good audience with intelligent questions helped to enrich a lively discussion. https://www.facebook.com/terry.mulligan.9a […]
The Harlem Book Fair Spotlights Terry Baker Mulligan! Tell us about the book(s) you will display at the Harlem Book… Posted by Harlem Book Fair on Tuesday, July 7, 2015
Bill Clinton Loves Being Connected to Harlem By maintaining a satellite office in the Adam Clayton Powell Building on 125th St, Bill remains faithful to Harlem. Some residents feel he abandoned the community in 2011, when he moved his main office downtown to the city’s business district. It’s unfortunate, but understandable that he, like most […]
Though they lived hundreds of years apart, Bill Clinton and Alexander Hamilton, two white men, were important pioneers in the Harlem community.
Fun News! In the St. Louis Post-Dispatch weekly roundup of best selling books, Afterlife in Harlem came in as number 7 for the week of December 7th. It outsold Andy Cohen’s book for that week. Andy is a famous TV producer, among other things, and fellow St Louisan. http://goo.gl/alerts/zxQl