Nonfiction: Social Change
About: This anthology edited by the American writer, philosopher, and patron of the arts Alain Locke brings together some of the most influential pieces of African American works from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Featuring the voices of Zora Neale Thurston, W. E. B. Du Bois, and Langston Hughes, Locke included commentary on the emergence of the New Negro Movement, also known as the Harlem Renaissance. The New Negro is considered to be the definitive text on the movement.
Nonfiction Historical Memoir
About: Slavery and Abolitionism
About: An NFL Football Player Who Becomes an Astronaut
About: Two Boys From Baltimore with the Same Name and Similar Histories. One Becomes a Lawyer and the Other is Imprisoned.
About: Lenny Gray is Set in the American South and Follows an African American Family Through the Jim Crow Era
About: When he finally runs away with his wife, Lucinda, he is helped by the Quakers. Through the Underground Railway, they reach the Elgin Settlement in Ontario, Canada. Freedom is his at last.
About: A Young College Engineering Student Who Discovers Blueprints to Build a Time Machine and Travels to Back to 1918
A new Tony Carpenter is about to be hit by a real blast from the past when he chances upon Dr. Johnson's granddaughter, who has a story he can hardly believe and evidence of a journey to the past he can't deny.
About: Three Siblings Who Must Cope With a Dying Mother and Painful Family Secrets
About: An emotional love story set against the powerful backdrop of the civil rights movement that gripped a nation—a story as timely as it is timeless...
About: A dancer in her mid-thirties, has just landed her first part in a show since coming to New York City. Her lover, Tom, an older piano player, came to the city as a young man in the 1980s with a story eerily in tune with Cammie's own.
This podcast is a celebration of literature both fiction and nonfiction. The show features interviews and literary performances with writers, readers, and fiction podcasters worldwide.
Lennie Gray is a podcast set in the American South during the early part of the 20th Century.. Lennie Gray is set in motion when she attempts to escape from marriage to a loathsome man.
Manhunt is a Bi-Weekly Podcast.
Marshall Turner’s life is a dream come true until a reckless man kills his beloved daughter. Unwilling to face the authorities for his crime, The Suspect flees into hiding. But living as a fugitive is never easy, especially since the police and Marshall have launched a massive manhunt to track him down.
Earl is a narrator, writer, instructor, and podcaster. He works in all areas of voice over, eLearning, e-training, animation, commercial voiceover corporate narration, you name it.
In his spare time, he enjoys reading and participating in Ironman Triathlons.