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October 7th, 2016
Episode 286 of 342 episodes
Scott interviews Thomas Mullen, author-to-author. Mullen just released the novel DARKTOWN, based on the true story of the first-ever black policemen in Atlanta in 1948. Imagine being a cop and you can't arrest white people, can't enter a precinct because the white cops might riot, andcan't even drive a squad car. http://media.blubrry.com/scottsigler/media.libsyn.com/scottsigler/188_FridayFix___Thomas_Mullen_author_of_DARKTOWN.mp3 The novel involves four major characters, two black, two white. The four must combine to solve the murder of a black woman. In this interview, we dive into: Mullen's research into Atlanta and the racism early black cops faced. DARKTOWN being optioned for a TV series by Jamie Foxx. How a white writer approaches the telling of this story. You win major awards ... then what?Lessons learned in his first decade as a published novelist. Don't see a "play" button above?Click hereto download. The post FridayFix •DARKTOWN author Thomas Mullen appeared first on scottsigler.com.
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