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Stephen C. Satell ventured out on his own journey at fourteen years old hitchhiking across the country from Connecticut to Texas where he came smack in the middle of the poor black community and he fell in love with. Here he says he began to learn the code of the road and the great human spirit that has followed African Americans as they have integrated into and helped to develop American culture. Like John Brown Stephen C Satell has spent most of his life in African American communities. 

He has known writers James Baldwin, John Edgar Wideman, Kimmika Williams Richard Lamont Piece, Omar Tyree and witnessed the first demonstration of the wireless telephone in 1974 when he was a child. 

Satell realized he would never become a writer at age forty and then at forty five after his dog was stolen and killed and he had a dream about the dog jumping through a glass window and met an old student did his writing gain power. Since that time he has written almost sixty books in six years. The books range from coming of age stories and sequels, historical fiction education travel economics among others. Satell runs a program called Bridging Worlds which has kept him in contact with young people and given him access to many creative people.

His program has been written up in many newspapers across the country and his books have just started to be reviewed. The books have done well in the Philadelphia area and across Jamaica. Satell is just beginning to market his books on a national and international level. Stephen C. Satell has met a countless number of people in his life as a hitchhiker street vendor traveler and through his program Bridging Worlds. It is his empathy for others that helped him to create so many stories others could relate to.


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Satell believes all writing should be about problem solving and confrontations should propel people forward not backwards