Jefferson Middle School Academy students! I am excited to join you celebrating the 100th day of school! (And yes, I’ll be dressing up for the occasion!) We’ll enjoy a few classrooms reading of Ana & Andrew–they live in Washington, DC with their parents, but with family in Savannah, Georgia and Trinidad, there’s always something exciting […]
Author C.P. Patrick Talks Her Brilliant New Book Of Poetry And How She Stays Focused On Her Craft By Abi Ishola for Beyond Classically Beautiful C.P. Patrick is a writer and storyteller who revels in the opportunity to affirm that truth. These days that affirmation comes in the form of her second book titled, “Dear Ancestors,” […]
Dear Ancestors is available now! In her first collection of poetry, CP Patrick reflects on the history and complexities of the African diaspora. Dear Ancestors is a poetic homage to the past and present. Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indie Bound, and at independent booksellers nationwide!
My first poetry collection, Dear Ancestors, will address the beauty and complexities of the African diaspora. Stay tuned! dear ancestors you survived you live on my full lips in the bend of my curls reflecting in the melanin dancing on my skin within the words i write speak your tears are my tears for our […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Michele Lonoconus email@example.com 231-933-3699 Foreword Reviews’ 2015 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards Winners Announced Today, during the American Library Association’s Annual Conference,Foreword Reviews announced the winners for the 18th annual INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards. For a full list of the winners, searchable by genre, visit: https://indiefab.forewordreviews.com/winners/2015/ “Foreword’s INDIEFAB […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 2016 Independent Publisher Book Award Winners Announced: IPPY Awards Celebrate 20th Anniversary and Reflect the Powerful Role of Women in Publishing (April 13, 2016 – Traverse City, MI) – Independent publishing has always been a voice for deserving causes, and the medal-winning books in this year’s Independent Publisher Book Awards highlight many […]
This spring, The Truth About Awiti is on the required reading list for two classes at the University of South Florida– “Black Women and Spirituality” and “Literature by Women of Color.” I look forward to returning to my alma mater to speak with University of South Florida students and faculty.