Harlem Writers Guild, Jermain Dupri And Rémy Martin Celebrate The “Voices Of Harlem” (Video)

Rémy Martin expands its time-honored tradition of celebrating the sounds of local communities by announcing, “Voices of Harlem” a partnership with the Harlem Writers Guild. Continue Reading →

The Harlem Writers Guild + Harlem World Magazine At Home Reading Series

Listen to the Harlem Writers Guild + Harlem World Magazine At Home Reading Series is recorded live on BlogTalkradio.com. Continue Reading →

Announcing The Passing Of Leader, Legend And Trailblazer Grace F. Edwards

February 25th, author Grace F. Edwards, longtime director of the Harlem Writers Guild died due to natural causes. Continue Reading →

Harlem Legend Rudean Leinaeng Talks New Book Coal, War & Love And More With Glenn Hunter On The Danny Tisdale Show

Listen to Harlem legend, educator, mother, Rudean Leinaeng, as she talks about her new book Coal, War & Love, the Harlem Writers Guild, the Hall of Fame and more with special guest host historian and co-founder of Harlem Cultural Archives Glenn Hunter and host Danny Tisdale, on The Danny Tisdale Show.

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Listen To The Harlem Writers Guild As They Celebrate Their 70th Anniversary On The Danny Tisdale Show (Audio)

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Listen to Harlem Writers Guild members celebrate their upcoming 70th anniversary in 2020 at the first annual Schomburg Literary Festival, Continue Reading →

Harlem Legend Rosa Guy, Harlem Writers Guild Co-Founder And More, 1922-2012

Rosa Cuthbert Guy, September 1, 1922 – June 3, 2012, was a Trinidad-born American writer who grew up in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

Lonne Elder III, A Harlem Writers Guild Member, A Drama Desk Winner, In Hansberry’s A Raisin…

Lonne Elder III, December 26, 1927 – June 11, 1996, was an American actor, playwright and screenwriter, and Harlem Writers Guild member. Continue Reading →


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