James Grady

A Historical Association with History The American Historical Association in Washington, D.C. was two blocks from James Grady’s apartment on Capitol Hill. Each day during the Spring of 1971 Watergate hearings, Grady would pass the large white townhouse at the corner of 4th and A Streets, SW, on his way to the office of Sen. […]

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Walter Mosley

The Art of Possible: Creating Fiction and life that Bridge the Racial Divide There is no one to whom a blue dress has meant more to his career than author Walter Mosley, with the possible exception of his biggest fan, President Bill Clinton.  Mosley’s Devil in a Blue Dress had been critically acclaimed prior to […]

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Jenny Milchman

Jenny Milchman’s Publisher Thought She Was Nuts The first few months of the World’s Longest Book Tour was just the beginning.  By Rick Pullen “I don’t want to spend that much time in your neurotic protagonist’s head,” the literary agent told Jenny Milchman. Jenny, on the other hand, thought she had a real winner of […]

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