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Relentless Aaron

An interview with urban fiction author Relentless Aaron. Tell me a little about yourself. How did you get started writing? I was born into a family of entrepreneurs, from my Grandmother and my father I can recall the management...
 
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Q&A: Teri Woods (Library Journal)

By Vanessa Morris — Library Journal, 7/15/2009 (posted with permission from LJ) In 1992 Teri Woods, then a Philadelphia legal secretary and mother, finished her first novel and spent the next six years submitting True to the Ga...
 
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MF KINGPEN

Tell us a little about yourself. How did you get started writing? Who am I? Nobody special, so I’ve been told. Just another brutha trying to come up in the urban literary game hopefully with a novella that’s from a fresh and ne...

 
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Q.B. Wells

Tell me a little about yourself. How did you get started writing? I was moved to write because of the stories that were told through hip-hop music. In high school I had so much going on in my life and no way to articulate the e...
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Rayn

Tell us a little about yourself. How did you get started writing? I was born and raised in Dallas and discovered a passion for writing as a child; I remember changing the words in certain songs to make them my own. I started of...

 
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Audio Interview with Wahida Clark

Listen to this audio interview with urban fiction author Wahida Clark. In it, she discusses her current book, Thug Lovin’, and some very interesting business advice that she received in prison. In addition to sharing stories ab...
 
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Yusuf and Zoe Woods

Street Fiction recently interviewed Yusuf and Zoe Woods, authors of The Blood of My Brother series published by Man Up Publications. Tell us a little about yourself. How did you get started writing? Yusuf: I believe the best wa...
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Q & A: Shelia M. Goss

Tell us a little about yourself. How did you get started writing? The Lip Gloss Chronicles is my first young adult series. I am the author of six women’s fiction books. Besides writing, I love to read, travel and meet new peopl...
 
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Q & A: Paul Volponi

Mr. Volponi is a writer, journalist and teacher living in New York City. For six years he taught incarcerated teens on Rikers Island to read and write, and for six years taught teens in drug day-treatment centers, influencing m...
 
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Q & A with Marlon McCaulsky

Street Fiction recently had the opportunity to interview urban fiction author Marlon McCaulsky. Marlon was born in Brooklyn, NY to Jamaican parents and raised in St. Petersburg, FL (Da Burg) and now lives in College Park, GA. H...