Activist, institution-builder and artist Haki R. Madhubuti conducts a live interview with the literary scene's biggest rock star, Walter Mosley. Perhaps one of the most prolific authors of this generation, Mosley has accomplished what few writers, dead or alive, have done: satisfy the strictures of both art and commerce. Recorded as part of the 16th Annual Gwendolyn Brooks Writers' Conference for Black Literature and Creative Writing.
Recorded Friday, October 27, 2006 at Chicago State University.
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