New York’s Subways Are Not Just Delayed. Some Trains Don’t Run At All. August 7, 2017
The nation’s most crowded subway line is jammed every morning with a crush of people waiting to board trains. Angry riders often have to let a train or two pass before they can wedge themselves inside. READ MORE…
12 Hours of Daylight – 12 Hours of Daylight
Title: 12 Hours of Daylight: A Jason Jules Novella
Author: Tameka Mullins
Genre: Multicultural, Romantic, Erotica
Length: 120 pages
An Interview with Tameka Mullins: Author of 12 Hours of Daylight February 6, 2017
Tameka Mullins is a Detroit, Michigan native, poet, blogger and digital marketer who loves pop culture and traveling to exotic locations. Her writing has been highlighted on NPR and in countless women’s periodicals and e-publications.
What’s The Best Leadership Advice You Ever Received? January 9, 2017
We invited attendees of Fast Company’s recent Innovation Festival to share the most essential lessons they’ve learned so far in their careers.
New Adoption-Exploring YA Anthology ‘Welcome Home’ Features Some Massive Author Names — EXCLUSIVE Sept. 27, 2016
It’s 2016, so we definitely know that the picture of a family is hardly ever one mom, one dad, two and a half children, and a white picket fence. However, the many beautiful types of families we see all around us, we don’t necessarily see in the pages of books. Author and literary agent Eric Smith hopes to change that, and he has a A-list team of young adult authors joining his cause for a new project: Welcome Home, an incredible upcoming new YA anthology that will focus on adoption.
New Client: Tameka Mullins signs with Penumbra Literary! May 21, 2014
We are pleased to announce that Tameka Mullins has signed with Penumbra Literary! Originally from Detroit, Michigan, Tameka is a Brooklyn-based social media manager who works with companies throughout the world via oDesk, a marketplace for online work.
Muses And Metaphor 2012: Tweet Us Your Poetry!April 2, 2012
Poetry and social media join forces in April, as Tell Me More celebrates National Poetry Month with the Muses and Metaphor series. We’ll feature poems exchanged via Twitter by NPR fans — always in 140 characters or fewer.
The Tattooed Poets Project: Tameka Mullins Saturday, April 10, 2010
Tameka chose this tattoo design because she was a high school drama major and she dreamed of becoming an actress. The tragedy and comedy masks are a popular tattoo design, especially among creative individuals.
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