Wesley Brown is the author of three published novels, Tragic Magic, Darktown Strutters, Push
Comes to SHOVE; a short story collection, Dance of the Infidels; four produced plays, Boogie
Woogie and Booker T, Life During Wartime, A Prophet Among Them, and Dark Meat on a Funny Mind. He co-edited the multicultural anthologies, ‘Imagining America’ (fiction), ‘Visions of America’ (non-fiction), edited the Teachers & Writers Guide to Frederick Douglass and wrote the narration for a segment of the PBS documentary, W.E.B. DuBois: A Biography in four Voices. He has taught at several colleges and universities, among them, Rutgers University, and currently teaches literature, drama and creative writing at Bard College at Simon's Rock. He lives in Chatham Center, New York.