Hurston/Wright Foundation | Tracy Price- Thompson
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Tracy Price- Thompson



A Woman’s Worth

Tracy Price- Thompson


Tracy Price-Thompson is the national bestselling author of the novels BLACK COFFEE, CHOCOLATE SANGRIA, A WOMAN’S WORTH, KNOCKIN’ BOOTS, GATHER TOGETHER IN MY NAME, and her latest title, 1-900-ANYTIME. She is the coeditor of the anthologies PROVERBS FOR THE PEOPLE and OTHER PEOPLE’S SKIN.

She received the prestigious 2005 Zora Neale Hurston/Richard Wright Legacy Award for contemporary fiction for her novel, A WOMAN’S WORTH.

Tracy is the founder and CEO of Sister4Sister Empower Ourselves, Inc.

A proud member of the illustrious DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, Inc., Tracy is a highly decorated Desert Storm veteran who graduated from the Army’s Infantry Officer Candidate School after more than ten years as an enlisted soldier.

A Brooklyn, New York native who has traveled extensively and lived in amazing places around the world, Tracy is a retired Army Engineer officer and Ralph Bunche graduate Fellow who holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and a master’s degree in Social Work. Tracy lives in Hawaii with her wonderfully supportive husband and several of their six bright, beautiful, incredible children, and she is currently at work on her next novel.

Literature and Fiction,