Fiction. Hybrid Genre. African & African American Studies. A saga of love and war at the dawn of the Jazz Age. Using letters, journal entries, and other non-traditional literary devices, H. Buchanan's REMEMBRANCE is an anthropological dig of a tale that invokes Alice Walker, Kamau Brathwaite and John A. Williams. It tells a tale that is heroic and magical. It is a story steeped in African-American culture and history that never ceases to amaze with its ability to be both inspiring and uplifting. Work that is vital to African American letters—the literary imagining of unspoken history about black lives that mattered but have not been visualized.
H. Buchanan is a writer and multimedia producer. Her work appears in print and digital publications, including MÖBIUS, The Blood Jet Writing Hour and Look At Flatbush, where she is the Managing Director of the books division. A musician, Buchanan is a member of the Society for American Music. She is the executive producer of The Remembrance Project, a centennial print, digital, and musical tribute to the Harlem Hellfighters.Author City: DETROIT, MI USA