Author Christine Souraya

August 24, 2012

BWS Supports The Paul Anthony Foundation

Author Deanna Burrell "Single Girl Summer"

Single Girl Summer is the story of Button Jackson, Meghan Cherry-Henderson, and Dawn Martin navigating the ups and downs of life. The novel offers balanced perspectives into how real friendships, romances, and families work. Sometimes they unravel; sometimes they thrive; sometimes they unravel in order to thrive. The only constant in life is change. Available in paperback and ebook.
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Eyes That Seen Plenty

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Author, Spoken Word Artist, & Playwright Charron Monaye

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For Who You Are

August 3, 2012

Best Selling Author & Poet Dexter Brady

April 26, 2012

Blog Talk Radio Personality, "Ms Mocha"

BWS Chats w/Full Force-Bowlegged Lou 04/24 by BlackWritersSpace | Blog Talk Radio

BWS 1st Annual Author & Writers Jazz & Poetry Nite

March 21, 2012

Author Marcel Terrell

February 28, 2012

Marcel Terrell has always been passionate about writing. She initially began exploring her creative side through writing poems, which led to rhymes and free styling with her classmates at age 11. Years later, Terrell decided to share her creative writing with an audience, through her first urban erotica collection of short stories. With her current book, Passions of Seduction, Volume 1, Marcel hopes to accommodate readers with love, passion, romance and lust. Terrell is a native of Dallas, Texas where she resides and is currently working on her second book.

Author Jennifer Lynn Jackson Chats w/ BWS

February 22, 2012

Author & Publisher Brian L. King Chats w/ Ms Mocha @BWS

February 21, 2012
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Aaron W. Campbell Chats w/BWS about his Memoir"Eyes That Seen Plenty"

Angel Richards Life Coach Chats w/BWS

Angel Richards is the Author of Clutter Kills Confidence, a Teacher and Clarity Coach to women. Her mission is to teach women how to go from Clutter to Clarity to Confident in all areas of life so they can start living their dreams. She teaches powerful yet practical strategies for overcoming mental, emotional, spiritual, relational, and financial clutter...creating space for clarity and increased self confidence.

To learn more and get your copy

Educating, Motivating, Inspiring, & Empowering others to live a H.O.T Life!

Author, Publisher, Speaker, Omarr Tyree Chats with BWS

Omar Tyree, is a New York Times best-selling author, a journalist, reporter,poet, screenwriter, songwriter, playwrite, event host, lecturer, blogger, publishing consultant and literacy advocate, who has won a 2001 NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literature in Fiction, a 2006 Phillis Wheatley Literary Award for Body of Work in Urban Fiction, and a 2010 HBCU Legends Award for his tiresome work in urban literacy.

Born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he graduated from the prestigious Central High School in 1987, Tyree first attended the University of Pittsburgh as a Pharmacy major and an aspiring football player. After spending his first two years at Pitt, he found his new passion and a calling as a writer and a storyteller, penning his first published series, “The Diary of a Freshman” along with two novels; “Colored, On White Campus”, (now titled “College Boy” in his Urban Griot series) and “Flyy Girl”, which became a contemporary urban classic that spawned an entire genre of so-called “urban/street literature.”

Tyree transferred to the respected HBCU of Howard University to finish his education as a writer in the Fall of 1989. Leaving the English Department in the School of the Liberal Arts for the School of Communications, he graduated cum laude with a degree in Print Journalism in the Fall of 1991. While at Howard, he created, produced and published “Food For Thought” a student opinion column in “The Hilltop” newspaper, along with publishing several Washington, DC-based news articles for the Black Press.

Upon graduation from Howard, Tyree established his own publishing company, MARS Productions, in early 1992, at the tender age of 23. He then self-published and marketed his first three novels, including “Capital City”, which chronicled Washington, DC’s violent drug culture, and went on to sell 25,000 copies of his first three titles with distribution sources from Newport News, Virginia, to Queens,New York.

By the Spring of 1995, Tyree’s activity had attracted the attention of several major publishing houses, including Simon & Schuster, where he signed his first two-book publishing deal for a six-figure advance payment at age 26. And as they say, the rest is his-story. Tyree went on to publish 16 novels, two short story books, and one non-fiction book on “The Equation” of entrepreneurship and business. To date, he has sold more than 2 million copies of his books worldwide, and has created a brand name in the publishing industry that has generated more than $30 million.

Tyree has also been published in five anthology books, several major newspapers, including; The Washington Post, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and The News Journal; several national magazines, including, Ebony, Essence, Upscale, The Black Collegian, and The Washington View, and featured on the national blog web site

Along with his many literary awards from various national organizations, Tyree has founded and formed his own nonprofit arm of the Urban Literacy Project (ULP), where he highlights “The 5 Key Components of Literacy” (Reading, Writing, Thinking, Visualization and Application). Penning a short short book, “12 Brown Boys” for young urban readers in September of 2008, Tyree was cited by the City Council of Philadelphia for his tireless community work in urban literacy in the Spring of 2009, where he spoke about the need to continue the fight against illiteracy within the urban American community.

Hailed as one of the most passionate and informed speakers on artistic,community, educational, cultural, intellectual, popular and business topics,Tyree has been a featured lecturer at more than 50 major American institutions,colleges and universities, including Harvard and Yale.

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January 18, 2012

CEO of Black Writers Space- From the Heart of BWS
I would like to say I am excited about the progress of BWS, the radio show, and the opportunity to speak to other writers, support the passion of writing and just exploring the excitement of life and enjoying what God called me to do. I thank God for the idea, the vision, and now the manifestation. Stay tuned for more from BWS.

Tiffany A. Green

BWS Exclusive Interview w/Author Melvin Childs
Listen to the Exclusive Interview with Melvin Childs,

Over the last 15 years, few individuals have been more innovative in the entertainment industry than Melvin Childs. At the same time, probably nobody in America has worked harder behind the scenes to launch the careers of beginning writers. Some might consider him a great producer with a special eye for talent, while others might call him a shrewd, no-nonsense business man. Whichever view you take of Melvin Childs, the story of his role as the Executive Producer of Tyler Perry's first national tour is nothing short of remarkable.

Having started out in the radio industry, Mr. Childs was able to meet and work with many veteran promoters and producers very early on in his career. These industry vets fueled his aspirations to become one of the best in the business. His willingness to gamble on young talent put him in a position to work side-by-side, with Tyler Perry on his first national touring project 'I Know I've Been Changed'. That successful tour is the one that ultimately led to Tyler's success and spawned his multi-million dollar empire.

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