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St. Louis Publishers Association: Memoir Panel

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 … Continue reading

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‘Hamilton.’ the Play Called Bold, Sexy…Historically Respectful

You may not be listening to me, but accolades keep pouring in for both Hamilton, the man, and the play  ‘Hamilton.” David Brooks calls it: “Bold…sexy, tear-jerking…historically respectful.” He could easily be saying this about my book, Afterlife in Harlem … Continue reading

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Giving the Keynote at “Sky is the Limit” Women in Careers Workshop

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 … Continue reading

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Florissant Valley Community College

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.

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