Aug. 8-10, 2014 at the Atlanta Marriott Buckhead
For over a decade, the NBCC has been a literary paradise that continues to enrich, entertain and enlighten. In 2014, the NBCC will once again produce the richest and most diverse group of authors.
Authors Scheduled to Appear:
Zane is the multiple NY Times best-selling author whose new must-read novel, The Other Side Of The Pillow releases onAugust 4th. Additionally, the movie version of Zane’s fantastic book, Addicted, will be released on October 20th.
Kimberla Lawson Roby is the New York TImes and USA Today bestselling author of 20 novels which include The Prodigal Son among others. She has sold more than 2,000,000 copies of her novels and they have frequented numerous bestseller lists, including The New York Times and those in USA Today, The Washington Post, Publishers Weekly, Essence Magazine.
Award-winning journalists, the married team of DENENE MILLNER and NICK CHILES are two of the nation’s foremost chroniclers of American-American life, culture and celebrity. Both are New York Times bestselling authors who have co-written books with an impressive array of entertainers, artists and leaders in the African-American community. In addition, Millner is the creator of the award-winning website, MyBrownBaby.com, which chronicles the joys and challenges of raising children of color.
Gillian Royes, born and raised in Jamaica, shares the warmth of its people and her love of the Caribbean through the Shad mysteries. The first in the series, which is published by Simon and Schuster’s Atria Imprint, is The Goat Woman of Largo Bay, appearing in 2011, and the second is The Man Who Turned Both Cheeks, 2012. The central character throughout is the lovable Shadrack, a bartender, who works on Jamaica’s North Coast. Gillian lectures at the University of the Virgin Islands and commutes between St. Croix and Atlanta. http://www.gillianroyes.com
Daniel Black is a native of Kansas City, Kansas, yet spent the majority of his childhood years in Blackwell, Arkansas. He is an associate professor at his alma mater, Clark Atlanta University, where he now aims to provide an example to young Americans of the importance of self-knowledge and communal commitment. He is the author of the outstanding books The Sacred Place, Perfect Peace and his most recent, Twelve Gates To The City, the much-anticipated sequel to his first novel, They Tell Me of a Home. http://www.danielblack.org