Ebony Farashuu

Ebony Farashuu, a Tulsa, Oklahoma native is a spoken word poet and award-winning author. Her latest novel, SLOW BURN, is available at all bookstores! In 2003, she received Honorable mention in the Self Published Author Awards Poetry Book of the Year for her debut book: Butterfly Kisses: Poetry for the Many Faces of Love. She is the Co-host of The Corner Bookstore, an hour-long segment on Tulsa radio station 1340 The Groove. She is an active member of the Tulsa chapter of Sisters Sippin' Tea, an international African American literary group. Ebony is also a Contributing/Staff Writer for The GRITS. com Reading and Book Promotion Community. Her interviews with best-selling authors such as Omar Tyree, Karen E. Quinones Miller, and J.D. Mason have appeared on TheGRITS. com and in The Philadelphia New Observer.

Ebony recently won the Shades Of Romance Magazine’s Readers Choice Awards 2008 in the following categories, Best Multi-Cultural Fiction Book, for her novel, SLOW BURN, Best Multi-Cultural Fiction Author of 2008 and Best New Multi-Cultural Fiction Author of 2008.