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Black Women Writers at Work: A Literary Salon
September 30, 2021 at 6:30 pm - 8:00 pmFree; advance registration is required
The Center for Black Literature, in partnership with The Harlem Writers Guild, presents presents a free virtual roundtable discussion, Black Women Writers at Work: A Literary Salon.
Join us for this special event that will spotlight dynamic women authors of the African diaspora. The celebrated writers will discuss their inspiration for creating the complex characters and memorable storylines that are at the heart of their contemporary narratives. Panelists include Ladee Hubbard (The Rib King), Morowa Yejidé (Creatures of Passage), and Karla FC Holloway (Gone Missing in Harlem). Jennifer Baker (senior editor, Amistad Books at HarperCollins Publishers) will serve as moderator.
The event is free, but advance registration is required. Click here to register.
This is an official 2021 Brooklyn Book Festival Bookend Event (to be held virtually). This event is also a part of the John Oliver Killens Reading Series, one of the programs at the Center for Black Literature. A very special thanks to Amazon Literary Partnership for support of the John Oliver Killens Reading Series. To learn more about the John Oliver Killens Reading Series, click here.