Troy Johnson is a technology expert and industry leader in marketing books on the World Wide Web. Mr. Johnson is the founder and webmaster of AALBC.com, LLC (The African American Literature Book Club). AALBC.com was launched in 1998, and is now the largest and most frequently visited web site dedicated to books by and about people of African descent. Johnson is also shareholder and Senior Book Editor, of the 5 year old, Harlem World Magazine. In addition, to his entrepreneurial ventures, Mr. Johnson has over 20 years of corporate experience; in roles ranging from designing wide area networks to managing international projects.
Mr. Johnson has been recognized in articles that have appeared in Publishers Weekly, Essence Magazine, The New York Times, The Amsterdam News, Black Issues Book Review, Emerge Magazine, Black Enterprise and many other publications. He has also made numerous radio and television appearances including C-Span2’s Book TV and The Black Family Channel’s Literary Living; and in 2005 was named one of the 50 Most Powerful African Americans in Publishing by Black Issues Book Review magazine.
Brilliant. It was nice to learn this bookshop's story. There is a simiiar arc and struggle for book stores on this side of the Atlantic as well: http://aalbc.it/54left