Episode 7: Maya Angelou

The American Writers Museum Podcasts
The American Writers Museum Podcasts
Episode 7: Maya Angelou

In this episode, we dive into the life and work of Maya Angelou with Nikki Giovanni and Glory Edim.

About our guests: Nikki Giovanni is an acclaimed poet, writer, activist and educator. She is the author of several bestselling collections of poetry and the recipient of numerous well-earned awards and honors.

Glory Edim is the founder of Well-Read Black Girl, a book club and digital platform that promotes Black literature and sisterhood. She is the editor of an essay anthology also called Well-Read Black Girl and she won the Innovator’s Award at the 2017 Los Angeles Times Book Prizes.

3 thoughts on “Episode 7: Maya Angelou

  1. Amanda Logan says:

    I loved the podcast. Reading black women writers have been a balm to my soul. I always felt as if they knew me… I could relate. Reading has brought me through bad times… I have always found solace and more importantly JOY!

    • American Writers Museum says:

      So glad you enjoyed! This one was a lot of fun to put together. Any particular writers that are resonating with you right now? We’re always looking for new recommendations or rereads!

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