Conversations with Allan Wolper


    Best-selling writer Walter Mosely

    April 15, 2014

    Walter Mosley, who is former President Bill Clinton's favorite mystery writer and one of the country's most prolific novelists, has penned a play, called Lift, that is now being staged at the Crossroads Theater in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The production, starring MaameYaa Boafo and Biko Eisen-Martin, is a taut drama of two people trapped in a high rise building elevator that had been hit by a terrorist missile. Mosley's critically acclaimed 1992 debut novel, Devil in Blue Dress, became a movie starring Denzel Washington.

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Conversations with Allan Wolper

Allan Wolper is known as a "journalist's journalist." A superb interviewer, reporter, documentary producer and ethics columnist, he has been honored by every journalism medium. Wolper has won over 50 awards, including, television's prestigious Alfred I. duPont/Columbia University Award - the Pulitzer Prize of broadcast news. He won the National Headliner Award for his radio commentaries, and has been honored by The Medill Graduate School of Journalism at Northwestern University, The Pennsylvania State University, the New York Chapter of Society of Professional Journalists and the National Press Club for his ethics columns in Editor and Publisher Magazine. Allan Wolper is a Professor of Journalism at Rutgers University in Newark.

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