Cinque Brown was born in Harlem Hospital. He lives and works in Harlem,
New York as a Teacher and Youth Counselor. Cinque received his
undergraduate education in the South and his post graduate education in
Cinque is an avid reader, writer and traveler. He has traveled much of
the United States and other parts of the world.
Cinque has been one of the main fixtures at TimBookTu and is constantly
working hard to help put TimBookTu in the forefront of African-American culture
on the web. He does by spreading the word to his on-line friends and colleagues.
You can contact Mr. Brown to comment on his work by sending an e-mail to
or by sending an e-mail to TimBookTu
and it will be forwarded.
Works on TimBookTu by Cinque Brown
Baggin Fried Chicken Poets
Collaborative with Jamal Sharif
How to Celebrate A Birthday
I Was Thinkin'...
Lifestyles of the Rich AND Infamous
Street Mother Conversation
The Betting Type
The Plan with Zamounde Allie
Yo Dawg They Beatin Us!
Essays, Non-Fiction & Commentaries
Read My Script Goddamit December 6, 1999
Excertps From My Mind August 2, 1999
Is It Safe to Be Black? April 26, 1999
Mark McGwire vs Josh Gibson - The Tail of the Facts
September 14, 1998
Lil Kim's Multiplicity- A Teacher's Confession
June 14, 1998
Remember Us April 19, 1998
Politics, Presidents, Pu**y & Secrecy
February 15, 1998
Guess Who I Am? January 15, 1998
3 Sides to Every Story (The Latrell Sprewell Saga) December 27, 1997
Superstition and Monopoly Capitalism December 16, 1997
Never Let Them See You Sweat November 27, 1997
The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same.
November 19, 1997
I Love Black Republicans! November 1, 1997
My Name Is....... October 11, 1997
Million Woman March October 3, 1997
Cinematic Themes September 14, 1997
What We Should Know August 23, 1997
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