Robert Fleming (author)

Robert Fleming (author)

"Robert Fleming" is a writer of Erotic fiction and Horror fiction, he is also a contributing editor for Black Issues Book Review . He began writing in the early 1970s while studying full-time for a degree in psychology at a local college. His first published works were two books of poetry, Melons in (1974) and Stars in (1975). [http://authors.aalbc.com/robertfleming.htm] Robert worked as a writer for the news division of PBS in the eighties and nineties. He currently teaches a course in journalism at The New School in New York.

Bibliography

*"Melons" (1974)
*"Stars" (1975)
*"The Wisdom of the Elders" (1997)
*"The Astral Visitor Delta Blues" - short story in Sheree Thomas' Dark Matter (2000)
*"The African American Writer's Handbook: How to Get in Print and Stay in Print" (2000)
*"After Hours: A Collection of Erotic Writing by Black Men" (2002)
*"Havoc" (2002)
*"Intimacy: Erotic Stories of Love, Lust, and Marriage by Black Men" (2004)

References

* [http://authors.aalbc.com/robertfleming.htm AALBC Interview with Robert Fleming]
* [http://www.thebacklist.net/04_11/article3.html Backlist Interview with Robert Fleming]


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