Carolivia Herron : Author and Educator

News: Epic City Broadcast and PeaceSong DC

A new venture for Carolivia is a radio show, Epic City, supported by EpicCenter Stories. Each week, Carolivia interviews an artist or  writer.  Epic City, WOWD-LP Takoma Radio 94.3 FM, streamed on
 Click on Blog for Carolivia’s reflections and latest newsCarolivia’s most recent novel, PeaceSong DC: A Jewish Africana Academia Epic Tale of Washington City  (Street to Street Epic Publishing, 2016) is available in print and digital versions. You can purchase them in the  EpicCenter Stories store or on Amazon.
If you order from the EpicCenter, you can ask for autographed copies of all Carolivia’s books.

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Peacesong DC front cover
Peacesong DC front cover

Carolivia’s latest book, Peacesong DC went to press on her 69th birthday, July 22, 2016. Peacesong DC consists of fictionalized autobiographical chapters extracted and amended from Carolivia Herron’s longer work, Asenath and the Origin of Nappy Hair. In order to highlight the Washington DC aspect of the author’s identity.

In Peacesong DC Carolivia’s persona, Shirah Shulamit Ojero has four loves, her African American culture, her Jewish heritage, academic study — especially the study of literary epics — and her city, Washington, DC. Peacesong DC displays the interconnection of these four loves as Shirah grows up in the Washington DC neighborhoods of Mayfair Mansions, Kenilworth, Anacostia, Takoma DC. and downtown.

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Book: Peacesong DC: A Jewish Africana Academia Epic Tale of Washington City.

Digital: Peacesong DC: A Jewish Africana Academia Epic Tale of Washington City

Works, World, and Ways of Carolivia Herron