Walter Mosley’s Opinion Piece

In the September 6, 2019 New York Times, Walter Mosley is identified as “a novelist and screenwriter”. Yes, he is, and his opinion piece stems from his experience as a screenwriter. However, in the mystery field, he is the recipient of the 2016 Grand Master Award from Mystery Writers of America. He is the author of numerous novels, including the award-winning Easy Rawlins mysteries. His books can be found in the Web Store.

However, today, it’s more important that he’s the author of an opinion piece, “Why I Quite the Writers’ Room”. The subject? “The worst thing you can do to citizens of a democracy is silence them.” You might want to read the article.