Teaching Writing

The Write Time with Don P. Hooper and Abimbola Cole Kai-Lewis


This episode of The Write Time features Don P. Hooper, author of True True, interviewed by Ethnomusicologist and educator, Abimbola Cole Kai-Lewis.

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This episode of The Write Time features Don P. Hooper, a writer and filmmaker of Jamaican heritage (and a programmer in a former life). His short story “Got Me a Jet Pack” is part of the New York Times bestselling anthology Black Boy Joy. His directing work has been featured in the Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival, the NY TV Film Festival (award winner), the New York City Horror Film Festival, the New Jersey Horror Con and Film Festival (award winner), and more. He does voice-over in video games and documentaries. True True is his debut novel.

Don is interviewed by Abimbola Cole Kai-Lewis who is an Ethnomusicologist and educator with the New York City Department of Education and an adjunct assistant professor at York College–City University of New York.

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This post is part of the NWP Radio collection.