(African-American/Polish Jew) [American]
Known as: Award winning author, composer & screenwriter (His novel “The Color of Water” is often on high school and college course lists; His novel “Miracle of St. Anna” was turned into a film (he wrote the screenplay) of the same name directed by Spike Lee; Tenor Saxophonist for the “Rock Bottom Remainders”; Written songs for Anita Baker, Grover Washington Jr., Pura Fé, and Gary Burton)
Novels: “The Color of Water”, “Miracle of St. Anna”, “Song Yet Sung”
Written for: The Boston Globe, The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The New York Times, People magazine, Us magazine, Rolling Stone magazine, Essence magazine
More Information: James McBride’s Official Page, James McBride’s Wikipedia page
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