Atlas Brown


atlas brown is no stranger to the creative writing world. The author has penned literati for quite some time. Her mantra: In search of my creative muse while writing a novel.

Brown was Born in Brooklyn, New York. She takes pride in knowing that she’s a member of Generation X. Attending college in Dallas, Texas and receiving a degree in English-Creative Writing from a small liberal arts university, the experimental fiction writer found her voice after leaving the world of academia.

The writer recently released her first book of poetry: SOUL ALIVE! Poetry & Prose to the public. The book received rave reviews and a huge following via social media. Currently, atlas brown resides in Paris, France and is working on her second novella and creative art projects.

Smashwords Interview

Who are your favorite authors?
I'm really a huge fan of the Harlem Renaissance era. I'm fascinated with the work of James Baldwin, Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston. Moving along to where we are today in history, I would have to say Junot Diaz, Toni Morrison, Alice Walker, Toure, and Gloria Naylor, Paul Austere and Andrea Levy.
What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
I believe that I've been given a gift to write and I don't want to let anything hold me back -- so I get up! I think that technology helps with the process of writing today too. I'm not pressured to have something out to a publisher, because I co-publish my work. So, I'm more involved with the entire process of what is written and designed as far as my book covers and book promo sites. I believe in my work.
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Dirty South Chocolate and City Love Dreams
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