Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Marshall football memoir featured on BAN Radio

       There’s a new featured episode on the Black Authors Network website.
       Host Ella Curry conducts a lengthy interview with Craig T. Greenlee who talks about his reasons for writing November Ever After, a memoir about the 1970 Marshall plane crash and its aftermath. During this interview, which was aired on blog talk radio, Greenlee announced that he will do a sequel, which he expects to publish within the next 12 to 18 months.
       Visit the Black Authors Network website here and scroll down to Featured Episode: “Evening with Craig T. Greenlee and November Ever After.”
       The Black Authors Network Literary Program aims to support the African-American community and to show people – through the Black Authors Network Radio – how that African-American writers are more than just a niche.
       BAN Radio brings wonderful stories to the minds and imaginations of everyone. We have stories to tell, using our voice and our experiences, that cross all races and cultures. The mission of the radio show is to give a platform for African-American authors, but to also show the diversity of genres within our literary community.
       The show, hosted by Ella Curry, publisher of Black Pearls Magazine Online, is a platform for authors who should be recognized as having cross-over genres. We are aware that there are authors that are totally targeted to AA readers, but why not discuss that? Why not make people aware that some books are written specifically for AA readers and some are cross-genre books meant to be enjoyed by all readers period?
     BAN Radio wants readers, all readers, to appreciate the work of Black Authors! Our stories are stories that can be embraced around the world.

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