No other screen persona served the general public more as a constant reminder of the stubborn, healthy and diverse black literary world which defied sentencing to invisibility and dismissal as just a trend. Cicely Tyson achieved this while diversifying in roles by other writers from all backgrounds, regions and genres… Please enjoy and share this catalog of Ms. Tyson’s greatest roles drawn from great, classic American literature I hope you seek out soon. … More Cicely, Titan of American Literature: 13 Classics She Brought to Life
Beah Richards and Bette Davis illuminate the essential if fraught alliance between Black women who serviced White men and White women who benefited from it all in the obscure 80’s HBO movie “As Summers Die.” … More Beah Richards, Bette Davis and the Male Member
It often seems to be feast or famine, but both do multiply themselves if you let them. I made a decision sometime ago to let the feast multiply of anything was to. I thank God for many blessings to share. … More New Work in pluck! and Fiction International, as well as Amazon and TV-One
I am one of few writers who wrote at length about perpetrator Vanessa Coleman’s tragic turn. The world lost two victims’ lives here on Earth, however whatever better life Ms. Coleman would have given the world died, too. … More I analyze the losses of three young people on TV One Channel tonight.