Walter Mosley isn’t just the author of over 40 books, including novels, works of nonfiction, comic books, and essays, he’s an astute observer of how we live in America. From his sun-drenched Los Angeles detectives to his Twelve Steps Toward Political Revelation, Walter Mosley uses his words to discover how people navigate our morally ambiguous world.
Mosley’s books track the African American experience throughout the 20th century. From the African American migration from the deep south to Obama’s presidency, Mosley uses his words to explore the impact of prejudice, economic inequality, and political engagement on our culture. In his speaking engagements, Mosley brings those themes to the forefront, getting to the heart of the conversation about Race, Politics, Family, and Writing.
His latest book, Charcoal Joe, continues this tradition. Returning to his longest-running and most famous character, Easy Rawlins, Mosley delivers another politically aware mystery that examines a world of complicated morals. Recently named the first African American “Grand Master” by the Mystery Writers of America, Mosley is the author of Devil in a Blue Dress and Life out of Context.
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