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Issue 32

Spring 2014

Tim Seibles by Remica L. Bingham-Risher
Patricia Spears Jones by Rochelle Spencer
Edward Kelsey Moore by Linda A. Duggins and Clarence V. Reynolds Read more

A Tribute To Maya Angelou By Wole Soyinka | Sahara Reporters

Maya’s ‘AFRICA’ was more than a mere literary metaphor and reference point – it went beyond race identification. Read more

Sam Greenlee Dies at 83 |

Sam Greenlee, a novelist and poet best known for a low-budget 1973 movie made from his novel “The Spook Who Sat by the Door,” which envisioned a black power revolution led by a militant black ex-C.I.A. agent Read more

The Africa39 for 2014 | Afridiaspora

The authors selected for Africa39, a competition to identity thirty-nine of the most promising young talent under forty in sub-saharan Africa and its diaspora, Read more

Mosaic Literary Conference 2014


Save the Date!
Saturday, November 15, 2014
at The Bronx Museum of the Arts
1040 Grand Concourse BX NY

The Mosaic Literary Conference, now in its eighth year, is a great opportunity for teachers, students, program administrators, and parents to learn ways to blend books and reading into the lives of teenagers. MLC offers a mix of informative programs and creative workshops to engage young people, strengthen literacy, and develop education strategies.
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James Baldwin’s Poetic Legacy | Beacon Broadside

When I was finishing up with Emerson College’s Publishing and Writing program, I took a novel writing workshop by the novelist Kim McLarin. Read more