http://www.laduenews.com/society/ladue-lips/ladue-lips/article_51c7047e-dbc4-500b-bfb5-912019aee478.html St. Louis author TERRY MULLIGAN is out with her latest novel, Afterlife in Harlem, described as “a supernatural soap opera on a political and historical stage.” The book envisions the ghost of Alexander Hamilton counseling Bill Clinton, who is suffering from ‘First Gentleman’s distress’ in 2016. The author, who was born and raised in […]
Kirkus Reviews Afterlife in Harlem AFTERLIFE IN HARLEM Mulligan, Terry Baker October 1, 2014 The shade of Alexander Hamilton helps Bill Clinton and a homeless Harlem waif bond in this cheerfully haphazard fantasia. With President Hillary Clinton settled in the White House circa 2016, first gentleman Bill Clinton is feeling somewhat emasculated—hemmed in by the […]
The fun began on Friday night at a cocktail party; at 1o a.m. on Saturday morning, it was early and still chilly for our outdoor panel discussion on the memoir. Despite the nippy weather, we had a great moderator in Mary Ellen Howard (on left), who asked probing questions. The audience was mixed in age […]
On Sunday September 28th, from 2-4 p.m., try to stop by the Missouri History Museum at 5700 Lindell Blvd (at DeBalivere) St. Louis, MO in beautiful Forest Park. A few of us will briefly speak about our books or experiences as writers. I will explain what inspired me to write my new novel, “Afterlife in […]
Mathews-Dickey Boys and Girls Club does such wonderful work in the St. Louis community. A few weeks ago, I had the honor of speaking at their 20th Annual “Sky is the Limit!” Women in Careers Workshop and luncheon, held at Maritz. My talk was about seizing opportunity and not being afraid to try new things. […]
My thanks to Martha Senior, Lonetta Oliver and the students at Flo Valley Community College for inviting me to speak to the students about “Sugar Hill” and the history of the Harlem.
Thank you Christie Cruise-Harper and the Maryville community for inviting me out to their Community Engagement Committee Book Club!
On May 28th, I gave a book talk to 25 dynamic women at the Gatesworth Retirement Community. Their ages ranged from 67 to 92. Many of them have been leaders in the areas of business, education, arts and community service. I told them about life in the famous community called Harlem, and why I was […]