Kim Green

Kim Green is an insatiable scribe. Her work has appeared in Essence, The Source, Mode, American Baby, The

Philadelphia Tribune, Paper and internationally, in i-D and The Wire, both London-based publications. With her

roots deeply planted in the entertainment industry, as an entertainment journalist, Kim has profiled Patti Labelle,

Harry Connick Jr., Rickie Lee Jones, David Byrne, George Clinton, Mary J. Blige, Al Jarreau, Queen Latifah and

Tupac Shakur and countless others. As an author, Kim was a featured author in the African American serial

novel, “When Butterflies Kiss” (published by Silver Lion Press) and a contributor in “Proverbs For The People”

(Dafina Books). As well, Kim co-wrote the Last Poets tome, “On a Mission: Selected Poems and a History of The

Last Poets. (Henry Holt). Kim Green was the ghostwriter for “Life Is Not A Fairytale,” the autobiography of 2004

American Idol winner, Fantasia Barrino. The book was listed on both the New York Times and Wall Street

Journal’s Bestseller Lists. Kim’s essay, “In the Absence of Blood” appeared in the anthology “Who’s Your

Mama?” Kim is currently finalizing another ghosted entertainment biopic for Harper Collins. Writer’s Digest

selected Green’s debut novel, “hallucination” as an Honorable Mention. Kim is currently writing the sequel to

hallucination. Thank you for all of your support!

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