You have probably been hearing the name Walter Mosley a lot recently. From Netflix to your favorite podcasts, Walter has been mentioned, discussed, and praised — just take it from Marvel’s latest smash-hit superhero, Luke Cage, who keeps a copy of Mosley’s Little Green in his back pocket.
It’s no surprise to hear that Mr. Mosley has popped up in so many different places. One of the most prolific authors and social commentators on the American literary scene, Mosley has been influencing, inspiring, and invigorating readers and writers of all kinds for decades. The author of 40 novels in all genres and the winner of two NAACP Image Awards and a Grammy, Mosley has been called “one of the nation’s finest writers” by The Boston Globe. But Walter Mosley certainly isn’t done yet. His latest book, Folding the Red into the Black, is out now.
From his famed mysteries, featuring Leonid McGill and Easy Rawlins, to his political essays, Mosley has interpreted the American black experience in profound and unique ways, reaching new and different audiences with every project. In his speaking engagements, he brings these ideas to the forefront with talks on Race, Culture, and Writing.
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