where the writers are

Terry McMillan's Blog

RSSSyndicate content
Apr.09.2011
It is unacceptable to simply accept everything we see on TV, hear on the radio and read... Media has been a powerful tool for progamming thoughts long before newspapers, magazines and the internet. It has always been in the best interest of those in power to keep folks ignorant and consuming...
Continue Reading »
Apr.09.2011
The major issues of our time can all be boiled down to a lack of education. Whether we are dicussing the differences of race, culture or finance-- I would bet your milk money that educating each other about the differences we are disputing could change the outcome. More information, more money,...
Continue Reading »
Apr.09.2011
When I designed my house, I wanted it to look like a fine art museum...   Even when I was earning money as an employee and being somebody's full-time mama, I bought art. I have been lucky to spend significant stretches of time in New York City, where even living is an art, but really, where...
Continue Reading »
Dec.03.2007
It [How Stella Got Her Groove Back] started as a poem, just nine pages. But it just grew and grew, I was making stuff up, exaggerating it. That’s the great thing about fiction, you can step outside yourself and look in and see more. –Me, quoted on Salon.com, 1996
Continue Reading » 2 comments