Grace F. Edwards

Grace F. Edwards was born and raised in Harlem. She earned a Masters Degree in Creative Writing at CUNY and teaches fiction at Marymount Manhattan College and Frederick Douglass Creative Arts Center. Grace is the Secretary of the Harlem Writers Guild and the author of In the Shadow of the Peacock (McGraw-Hill, 1988) reissued by Guild Press 2000, If I Should Die (Doubleday, 1997), A Toast Before Dying (Doubleday 1998), No Time to Die (Doubleday, 1999), Do or Die (Doubleday 2000), and The Viaduct (Doubleday, 2003).

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