Charles L. Chavis Jr., Ph.D. is the author of the forthcoming book, The Silent Shore: The Lynching of Matthew Williams and the Politics of Racism in the Free State. Where were you when you heard about this story and what touched you to tell this story? I was in the classroom. I was actually a […]
Sunday Stories talks with Vailes Shepperd about her new book A Good Ending for Bad Memories. This is a great multi-generational tale that follows the matriarchal lineage of a splintered woman with an irregular memory.
Anita Kopacz, author of the new novel Shallow Waters, joined Sunday Stories to discuss her magical and historical novel about the Yoruba legend of Yemaya, a Black mermaid deity who watched over enslaved African people as they were forcibly shipped across the Atlantic.
Pop culture critic and music journalist Miles Marshall Lewis joins Munson Steed to discuss his book about the power and poetry of Kendrick Lamar. Promise That You Will Sing About Me
Author, Nana Nkweti talks about her new book ‘Walking On Cowrie Shells’ on rolling out’s Meet the Author
LIVE: Pamela Gurley, professor, entrepreneur and author, pens children’s books to help Brown girls and boys with race and equality.
LIVE: Acclaimed artist, poet, musician and author Morgan Harper Nichols talks about her life’s work around the stories of others in her new book How Far You Have Come on Sunday Stories.
Dana N. Anderson, performing artist, writer, and producer joined rolling out‘s Sunday Stories to talk about her latest project, Cries From Quarantine: Poems About Love
LIVE: Author Vanessa Riley, talks about new book ‘Island Queen’ on Sunday Stories
Rolling out spoke with Vanessa Riley about the release of her new book, Island Queen. The incredible true-life story of Dorothy Kirwan Thomas, a free woman of color who rose from slavery to become one of the wealthiest and most powerful landowners in the colonial West Indies.
Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Natasha Trethewey, author of “Memorial Drive: A Daughter’s Memoir,” discusses how she came to grips with writing her latest book, a compelling, personal and poignant account of the family and childhood trauma she experienced surrounding the murder of her mother in 1985.