Category Archives: Creative Nonfiction

Why Donald Trump will Never be as Wealthy as John Lewis

A guest blog by my daughter, Lia P. Donald Trump began buying properties in the 60s. By 1973, he and his father Fred were sued by the US Justice Department for excluding black residents from its buildings in Brooklyn, Queens, and … Continue reading

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The Hobo Family

For Thanksgiving, I was asked to write a guest post for indieBRAG. This is my post about families, and what I’ve learned about the hobo family. Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! The Hobo Family

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Fifth Award for A Long Way Back

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Montrie Rucker Adams, APR Phone: 440-684-9920 Fax:       440-684-1556 Email: mra@visibilitymarketing.com J. EVERETT PREWITT RECEIVES FIFTH AWARD Cleveland, Ohio, October 28, 2016…The Independent Publishers of New England announced that A Long Way Back, by … Continue reading

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Literary Classics Interview of J. Everett Prewitt

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Unintended Consequences

They say people are often inspired by small things–an encouraging word, a pat on the back, or even a wink.  My writing inspiration came from a different set of circumstances. A few years ago, I along with other former African-American … Continue reading

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Two New Literary Awards for A Long Way Back

Congratulations on your literary success! It is with great pleasure that we announce the 2016 Literary Classics Book award honorees.  You can be very proud to be in such esteemed company.  Our judges were thoroughly impressed by the level of excellence … Continue reading

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The Ambush (You never read about)

  Nineteen-sixty-six is the 50th year of my graduation from Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, the oldest historically black college and university in the United States.  As my friend and fellow alumnus, Ed Hill, and I reminisced, I reminded him it was … Continue reading

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