This is from NPR’s series on the ‘Black Literary Imagination’ with a focus on Black book clubs.
Monthly Archives: March 2011
In this NPR archived series of the ‘Black Literary Imagination’, this segment reveals what it takes to be a writer and what it takes to be successful in the art.
This is another in the past NPR series of the ‘Black Literary Imagination’ from 2007. This segment discusses social consciousness in our literature. The guests such as Colin Channer, Ishmael Reed, Joyce Carol Thomas go into detail why using the power of the pen in social matters in a powerful tool.
The following article comes from the archives of NPR in their series of examining the Black Literary Imagination. In the first segment,Ted Mason, a professor at Kenyon College and Jerry Ward, Jr., a professor at Dillard University, discuss the past of Black literature, where it stands in the present day and what authors and writers must do to maintain the art in the future.
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