Author Interview: Niobia Bryant on her compelling characters, searing street scenarios and erotic interludes

Written by: Melody Charles No matter what nom de plume readers may find on the cover—Niobia Bryant, Simone Bryant or Meesha Mink—fans already know that the contents are going to be a scintillating read. Ever since her 2000 debut Admission of Love, the New Jersey native has created some of the most compelling characters, searing […]

Author Interview: Ilyasah Shabazz on her children’s book Malcolm Little: The Boy Who Grew Up To Become Malcolm X

Written by: Melody Charles Stunning and nearly 6′ tall, Ilyasah Shabazz‘ physical presence is charismatic and commanding. Her historical legacy—-she’s the third-born daughter of the late Malcolm X and Betty Shabazz—-is also impactful, which is why she commanded rapt audiences in DFW last month when she arrived as part of an author meet-and-greet for Dock […]

Author Interview: Beverly Jenkins on her years of writing historical mulitcultural romance novels feat heroes and heriones of African-American descent

Written by: Melody Charles With just the power of her words, she’s an author that can send her readers through different events and eras like a time machine: in her universe, heroines escape slavery with Harriet Tubman, write for T. Thomas Fortune’s pioneering 19th century black newspaper and lead covered wagons across the countryside to […]

Book Signing: Brad Meltzer in Dallas this week at Half-Priced Books – Jan 16 @ 6pm

 

Cool Site 2 Know: Hangukyeonghwa.com – A Very Respectable Online Portal for Korean Film Enthusiasts

Written By: Mut Asheru Simon McEnteggart, publisher of  Korean film review site Hangukyeonghwa.com has a keen talent for cinematic conversation. With interviews and film reviews that are well-rounded yet accessible to the everyday film lover he has turned his passion for Korean cinema into a very respectable online portal for Korean film enthusiasts. While we […]