WHYY blogger Solomon Jones is the author of eight novels, including the critically-acclaimed “Pipe Dream” (Random House), and has been featured nationally by media outlets like CNN, NPR, ABC News, TV One and HLN.
Formerly a professor of creative writing at Temple University, Solomon is an award-winning journalist whose work has appeared in numerous publications, including Essence, Newsday, and The Philadelphia Inquirer.
In 2013, Solomon along with prominent authors like Noam Chomsky, was selected as one of 50 writers representing Philadelphia’s literary legacy. He is the creator of Words on the Street, a writing and literacy program that garnered him a leadership award from the Knight Foundation.
Solomon, a lifelong Philadelphian, is morning host on Praise 107.9 FM, and a columnist for the Philadelphia Daily News. His latest novel is “The Dead Man’s Wife.”
On Nov. 6, during critical midterm elections, the vote will represent the most meaningful way to protest and bring about change.
2 months ago
When I heard that Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination was at risk due to accusations that he sexually assaulting a woman decades ago, I thought of Clarence Thomas
3 months ago
My youngest brother was a close friend of Kristian Marche, the two-sport star from Imhotep who was shot in the head before he could attend Penn State on a track scholarship.
4 months ago
We are all responsible for standing up for the sanctity of black lives. Because while so many of us are doing great work to sustain black lives, all of us have to do more.
5 months ago
I cannot help wondering why more of us did not spend 2016 engaging in the most peaceful protest of all – the vote.
6 months ago