Kim Green is an indefatigable writer with immeasurable experience. Her passion for words began as a copywriter which led to an exhilarating entertainment career as a copy Director at Sony Music Entertainment where she conceived award-winning corporate campaigns as well as conceived the voice of Def Jams records. Kim was also responsible for creating memorable campaigns for Sony Music’s R&B, alternative, international, jazz and pop artists.
Green has also penned two novels hallucination and Vicissitudes, ghost-written celebrity biographies, and served as a contributing editor for several anthologies. Her non-fiction work has appeared in literary journals and as a commercial writer, she has written website content, advertising copy, PSAs, TV and radio scripts; blogs, and speeches.
As an entertainment journalist, Kim’s love and interest in all styles of music are boundless. Her work has appeared in Essence, The Source, Paper Magazine, and UK-based magazines iD and The Wire. Kim has interviewed countless legendary artists of R&B, Hip-hop, Gospel, and Rock including Patti Labelle, Al Jarreau, Queen Latifah, Me’shelle N’dgeocello, Brandy, George Clinton, Mary J. Blige, Tupac Shakur, Ricki Lee Jones, David Byrne, Bebe Winans, Walter Hawkins, Andreas Vollenweider, David Lee Roth and Harry Connick Jr. Green was fortunate to collaborate with Fantasia Barrino on her biography, Life is Not a Fairytale which was a New York Times and Wall Street Journal Bestseller that was turned into a Lifetime movie.
Kim is currently working on a collection of her blogs from 2020 and a memoir about her father.