R. Xavier Clark was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He grew up in Augusta, Georgia, and is a graduate of the University of Georgia with a degree in Consumer Economics. He started Modern Gutenberg, an author marketing service in 2017. He has contributed to several editions of the View From the Middle of the Road series. Clark currently resides in Augusta, Georgia, where he is a mortgage loan officer by day. Black People Don’t Tango is his first published short story. He will be signing in Author’s Alley on Friday September 14th
Three voices come together to share views in poetic and narrative forms. The voices are of a poet, a woman from South America and a young man watching his parents take a new journey after he and his sister leave the nest. All speak to the how love conquers all in the end. From learning to tango, to surviving domestic abuse to loss and triumph in many forms This is View V; the fifth volume in the View From the Middle of the Road series.
|September 14, 2018 8:30 pm||Troubador Stage – Friday Night|