"A powerful, engrossing look at race and technology." Kirkus Review
"Powerful... African-American pride and perseverance. Publisher's Weekly
Kirkus and Publisher's Weekly give Think Black stars--their highest rating. Library Journal gives it a thumbs-up! Read the full reviews:
IN-DEPTH: THE SEATTLE TIMES
Remember “old school” journalism, where a reporter really dug into it a story? I’m thrilled with the “old school” review that Seattle Times economic columnist, Jon Talton, just gave Think Black. Of course, I’m glad that Jon liked the book but more than that, he really faithfully captured the essence of what I wanted to communicate in his well-written, thoughtful column.
Read Jon's column.
Photo Greg Gilbert /Seattle Times
BOOK LAUNCH PARTY PLANS SET
On September 15, from 3 to 7 pm at Village Books in Fairhaven, Native American violinist, Swil Kanim; Skip Williams and Soul Shadows; and Village Books of Bellingham, WA will partner with me to host a Community Arts Event. A portion of proceeds donated to the Whatcom Literacy Council. Please join us!
3:00 - 4:00 pm. Reception upstairs from Village Books at Evolve Cafe. Skip Williams and Soul Shadows to perform. First 75 people to purchase the book receive tickets. Sign-up for a copy by calling or stopping by Village Books. 360-671-2626.
4:00 - 4:30 pm. Swil Kanim to perform
4:30 - 5:30 pm. Clyde Ford to give a reading and book talk.
5:30 - 6:30 pm. Clyde Ford to sign books. Soul Shadows to perform. Cash bar available.