Clarence V. Reynolds

Clarence V. Reynolds

Director | Center for Black Literature

Clarence V. Reynolds is currently director at the Center for Black Literature at Medgar Evers College, CUNY. As an independent journalist and editor, he has published in and worked for Convergence, Diversity and Inclusion/Diverse: Issues in Higher Education; Mosaic Literary Magazine; and The Network Journal. He is editor of America I AM: Journal (SmileyBooks, 2010) and the former managing editor of Black Issues Book Review.

When We Aren’t Sitting Down to Write: The Advantages of Getting Out and Connecting with Literary Communities near You

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We launched SLICE because we wanted to help support emerging writers, and it quickly became apparent that one of the most effective ways to achieve that goal is to help them forge connections with other people in the literary world. The peers and professionals you meet away from your desk will inspire you, nurture your […]

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