Becoming The Negro Artist: A Conversation with Langston Hughes

No great poet has ever been afraid of being himself. I became a writer like most do, by unlocking the wonder that is reading. Eight-year-old Caleb opened Pandora’s box and found the power of words—creation, destruction, love, and pain. I needed to feel that power for myself. I picked up the pen and produced stories … Continue reading Becoming The Negro Artist: A Conversation with Langston Hughes