Alice Mikal Craven is off to New York, Harlem, to be exact, a place she lived just north of upon finishing her undergraduate degree, and just south of while doing her graduate studies at New York University.  She will be joining with people from New York Public radio for a public reading of James Baldwin’s “The Creative Process” and round table discussions, music and celebration of the “global imagination” in the eyes of James Baldwin, Afro-American expatriate writer of the 1950s and 1960s in Paris.