“The festival has an appeal, generally across any number of demographics,” says N.Y. Nathiri, executive director of the Association to Preserve The Eatonville Community Inc. “We’ve prided ourselves over the years in providing programming for the young, the functional illiterate and the post doctoral professor. There’s literally something for everybody.”
“I’m very comfortable with change. They say the hardest thing for people to do is change, that is so untrue for me. The hardest thing for me to do is remain the same.”-Sandra Roberts
Shelia Moses is an award-winning author of several books for young readers including: Joseph’s Grace, The Return of Buddy Bush, I, Dred Scott, The Baptism, The Legend of Buddy Bush, Sallie Gal and the The […]
Angela Mitchell is the current director of the St. Louis Writers Workshop. Her stories have appeared in literary journals and magazines, including Colorado Review, New South, Carve, Midwestern Gothic, storySouth and others.
I can promise to exercise more but I’m not giving up my snickers with almonds.
Camille Faye lives in Missouri, loves on her family, and writes while her kiddos are in school. Her award-winning novel, Voodoo Butterfly, was inspired by her experiences growing up in a haunted house and her travels to 27 countries and counting!
After a week had gone by no one seemed to mention the slaves that were last seen leaving with the white woman. To the slave quarters everyone went to end the work day.
Gabrielle Union opens up in such a raw and real way about her life; sharing her most intimate and complicated life experiences. “We’re Going To Need More Wine” is a must read and will […]
This is a work of creative fiction by Erica Van Buren.