Video: Founder of African-American Literature Book Club On Supporting Our Works

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July 18, 2011 ‐ By TheEditor

Troy Johnson founded the African American Literature Book Club (AALBC) in 1998 to nurture the love of reading African American books amongst African American readers. He’s certainly made a lot of headway. It’s now one of the most popular websites of its kind online. TAP correspondent Kevin Brown sat down with Johnson to discuss the success and the impact of his website and organization.

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  • Deborah Kennedy

    My novel Two Kinds of Color will be a free kindle download next week. Where is the best place for African American Authors to advertise their kindle novel?

  • http://aalbc.com Troy Johnson

    It was a pleasure chatting with The Atlanta Post's Kevin Brown.