It was a poem written by a relative that moved Cindy Birch to begin writing her own poetry, short stories and even plays.  It wasn't long before Cindy began writing and distributing a children's magazine to her elementary school friends.

Today, her writing is featured in numerous projects on TV, in film and on stage.  She is also a published writer, having poetry and articles appear in journals and other magazines.  Her latest TV project for TV One network, "Murder in Black and White" just received a 2009 Silver Telly Award and has been nominated for a National Association of Black Journalists "Salute to Excellence" Award.  Cindy has written for Malcolm Jamal Warner, Gary Dourdan, Rev. Al Sharpton, Star Jones, Morris Day, Raheem DeVaughn and Ledisi, to name a few. Her play, "A Sexy Love Fest", enjoyed two successful runs on Hollywood's Theatre Row and Off-Broadway on 42nd Street.  One of her poems, "Redeemed", is featured in the short film by the same title.  It premiered in 2008 at the New Filmmakers Film Festival in New York.


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