Video highlights from Echo's recent performances, workshops, interviews, and talks. 


Lucky Podcast - Produced by BOS Invest October 7, 2017
Lucky Podcast - BOS
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KQED/NPR the Forum with Michael Krasley December 12, 2016
KQED - The Forum: Race, Identity, & Storytelling - Unknown Artist
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KGO Radio with Maureen Langan September 4, 2016
KGO - Black Virgins Are Not for Hipsters - Unknown Artist
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KPFA Women's Magazine with Kate Raphael June 6, 2016
KPFA Women's Magazine - The Art of Storytelling - Unknown Artist
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KALW Inflection Point with Lauren Schiller January 6, 2016
KALW Inflection Point - Black Virgins Are Not for Hipsters - Unknown Artist
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KPFA Hardknock Radio - Echo Brown Interview - Unknown Artist
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Press covering highlights from Echo's career as a storyteller and author. 

KPFA Hard Knock Radio with Anita Johnson June 6, 2015
Esquire, Essential Stories of Our Time, [link]
Teen Vogue, Books by Black Authors We're Reading in 2020, [link]

The New York Times, Review, [link]

Common Sense Media, Review, [link]

Fiyah Literary Magazine, Review, [link]

Mugglenet, Review, [link]

PopSugar, Anticipated 2020 Reads, [link]

Essence, Anticipated 2020 Reads, [link]

SyFy Wire, Anticipated 2020 Reads, [link]

Bustle, Anticipated 2020 Reads, [link]

Bitch Magazine, Review, [attached]

We Need Diverse Books, Interview, [link]

The Nerd Daily, Interview, [link]

Book Riot, YA Cover Trend Piece, [link]

Here Wee Read, Ultimate List of Diverse Kids' Books, [link]

"[An] empowering autobiographical novel fused with magical realism and allegory . . . with the nods to Langston Hughes, Maya Angelou, Malcolm X, and Alice Walker. ―SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL, STARRED REVIEW


"Just brilliant."―KIRKUS REVIEWS

"A treasure of a story that’s poignant, soulful, and inspiring."―BOOKLIST

"Mold-breaking. The novel never shies from tough subject matter (drug addiction, sexual assault), at the same time deftly integrating magically realistic components and allegory into contemporary scenes."―PUBLISHER'S WEEKLY

"Echo Brown has written a novel for young readers, mining her experiences of racism, poverty, sexual abuse, and depression to create an inspiring tale of a young wizard." ―NYTIMES

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