Allyson Johnson is an actress and singer who began performing in her hometown of Chicago at age twelve as co-anchor of Bubble Gum Digest, a weekly children's TV news program, for which she won an Emmy Award. After earning a degree in psychology from Brown University, she moved to New York where she worked as a social worker before shifting to a career in television and radio. As a professional voice-over actress for more than twelve years, she has recorded countless commercials, promos, audiobooks, narrations, and animation series.
Long out of print, Black Women Writers at Work is a vital contribution to Black literature in the twentieth century.
Through candid interviews with Maya Angelou, Toni Cade Bambara, Gwendolyn Brooks, Alexis De Veaux, Nikki Giovanni, Kristin Hunter, Gayl J...[SEE MORE]