Roland S. Jefferson was born in Washington, D.C. but moved to Los Angeles at 6 years of age. He began writing during his college years at the University of Southern California (USC) where he received his BA degree. He then relocated to Washington D.C. where he matriculated at Howard University Medical School. He then did a two year stint as a medical officer in the U.S. Air Force where he continued writing book and film reviews.
After military service he penned his first novel, the highly acclaimed SCHOOL ON 103RD STREET now considered a classic canon in African American political fiction. Thirty five years later, seven novels more than a dozen screenplays, Roland S. Jefferson continues to write about edgy and provocative characters set in contemporary fiction with a touch of political reality, sexual inuendo and mystery.
Roland loves to travel and can be found writing most often in the Bahamas or Barbados.
You can read book reviews and purchase his books on Amazon.