Aug 08, 2012
In 1994, with no experience, the help of his best friend, and armed only with an idea, a clunky home-style, S-VHS camcorder, and boundless determination, Gene Cartwright wrote, cast, produced, and directed a sitcom. Eighteen years later, it's alive.
Aug 06, 2012
NBC’s TheGrio.com announces author, Gene Cartwright as winner of its National Essay Contest: “What Does The American Flag Mean to You?”
Jun 28, 2012
NBC's "The Grio" just issued their "Writer's Challenge," seeking essays answering the question: "What Does The American Flag Mean to You?" Pulitzer-nominated author, and past Oprah guest, Gene Cartwright answers in a powerful essay we now share.
Jun 21, 2012
Texas-born Author, Gene Cartwright, is giving life to a geyser of inspiration. Already this year, two new novels, a How-To on women's safety, and a book of "visual poetry," have been released. And what's more, a first-time film project us underway.
Feb 21, 2012
If you are a woman 21 or older, chances are 1 in 3 you will experience violence in your lifetime. "Staying Alive: A Woman's Essential Guide to Living Safely" provides powerful, common-sense methods to protect yourself and your family.
Sep 18, 2011
Author, Gene Cartwright responds to an open letter from Howard Schultz, Starbucks CEO, who announced he and other wealthy contributors, unhappy with political bickering, urge withholding political donations. It is understandable but short-sighted.
Sep 16, 2011
Gene Cartwright's Pulitzer-nominated novel, 'A Family Gathering' have many saying his epic overshadows 'The Help' in scope and substance. The author congratulates 'Help' author, Kathryn Stockett's great success, and discourages such comparisons.
May 31, 2011
A baffled LAPD struggles with unsolved deaths. Super-rich, married men—including a mega-evangelist, a tech billionaire, and their secret lovers—are murdered in the act, by close range blasts from a .44 magnum. Solution? Call Roméo (Romayo). Now!
May 23, 2011
A baffled LAPD struggles with unsolved deaths. Super-rich, married men—including a world-famous golfer; a mega-evangelist, a tech billionaire, and their secret lovers—are found murdered in the act, by close range blasts from a .44 magnum.
May 16, 2011
In 1965, against impossible odds, all-black Durham, North Carolina's Hillside High's basketball team fought bigotry and poverty, to become State Champions, fulfilling a vow five members made as freshmen. Their records still stand. - A true story.