Tunette Powell (Ep. 20, 2015)

John L. Hanson, Jr. speaks with Tunette Powell, award-winning motivational speaker, author, and co-founder and CEO of The Truth Heals, a non-profit for individuals and families affected by fatherlessness.

Janet Cheatham Bell (Ep. 19, 2015)

In Black America host John L. Hanson, Jr. speaks with Janet Cheatham Bell, publishing consultant, editor, and author of “Not All Poor People Are Black and other things we need to think more about.”

The Future of Print

What to expect from books in the future as writers, readers and publishers.

Join us as guest host Owen Egerton of the KUT podcast The Write Up, talks with Mary Helen Sprecht, Spike Gillespie, Neal Pollack about the future of publishing, how we consume books, and the changing world of writing.

Views and Brews is a discussion show taped live at the Cactus Cafe in Austin, Texas, where we explore ideas, history, people and culture. Hope you can join us for a live show soon!

Four Who Have Made A Difference (Ep. 11, 2015)

In Black America highlights the contributions made by four outstanding African Americans: businesswoman Natalie Madeira Cofield, Gospel entrepeneur Dr. Bobby Jones, author Will Haygood, and the late journalist Robert Maynard.

Manuel Gonzales

Manuel Gonzales, author of “The Miniature Wife: and Other Stories,” is interviewed by Owen Egerton in the inaugural episode of “The Write Up.” Plus we’ll hear book reviews with Owen’s lovely parents!