Curtis Snow releases I'M A G
Atlanta, GA--Curtis Snow, who rose to national fame with the release of his dramatic film “Snow on the Bluff,” today (July 23, 2013) unveils his new book titled “My Name is Curtis Snow and I’m a G,” detailing the gritty and graphic moments of his life while growing up in Georgia’s crime infested neighborhood known as “The Bluff.” Snow captured movie audiences everywhere with shocking real life events depicting his drug-slinging, gang-shooting days in the infamous neighborhood.
The film was an official selection of the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. It inspired rap artist B.o.B to title his mixtape “Fuck Em We Ball” after a phrase used in the movie, and rappers Gucci Mane and Killer Mike to make references in their songs, while Atlanta superstar T.I. invited Snow to make an appearance in his music video “Trap Back Jumpin’.”
The book is co-authored by Calvin Stovall, a 23-year-old writer from Montclair, New Jersey. He is a contributor to XXL Magazine, BET.com and Chris Brown’s MechanicalDummy art and culture magazine, Don Diva Magazine and Home Box Office, Inc. In 2012 he reoacted to Atlanta, GA to pursue a career in film.
Shalimar Media Group, LLC secured Snow's book rights in 2011. The company worked with Curtis' management team at TreNative to help develop the project and eventually coordnated distribution through Over The Edge Books.
My Name Is Curtis Snow And I'm A G is available in paperback on Amazon.com and as an eBook on iBooks.
For more inforamtion head over to: www.CurtisSnowBook.com