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Jacque Reid talks about society’s obsession with 50 Shades of Grey but seemingly forgetting that Zane, the original author of erotica, made the genre wildly popular first.

Victoria Christopher Murray and ReShonda Tate Billingsley are changing the game for African American publishers with Brown Girls Publishing, an avenue where writers can get their stories to the mainstream, regardless of color and race.

Click the link above to hear the entire interview and listen to what the women are looking for in new talent!

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One thought on “Jacque Reid Talks To The Women Behind Brown Girls Publishing About Giving New Writers A Chance

  1. Sandra Hatcher-Holmes on said:

    Please send me the information about the Authors program in Oct could not catch the name or phone number. The cost was $35.00.
    Thank You

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