This will be my second year attending The Harlem Book Fair, the United State’s largest African-American book fair and the nation’s flagship Black literary event. Held annually in Harlem, NY, the Harlem Book Fair features exhibition booths, panel discussions, book sales, and workshops. Notable participating authors have included Maya Angelou, Cornel West, Sonia Sanchez, Amiri Baraka, Walter Mosley, Terry McMillan, Touré, Farai Chideya, Stanley Crouch, Nelson […]
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 […]
A cruise to the Bahamas? Yes please! Fabulosity at Sea sets sail on June 17, 2016 and I look forward to speaking with attendees! Hello Caribbean!
I am excited to serve on the Authors Committee at the Annapolis Book Festival! Now in its fourteenth year, the Annapolis Book Festival has become one of the premier community events in the region. Last year more than 3,000 people attended this free community Festival that celebrates the beauty, power, passion, and excitement of the […]
I am beyond excited to attend and support Black Girls Rock! All of the honorees are inspiring and full of #blackgirlmagic. 2016 marks 10 years of @blackgirlsrock celebrating the beauty, brilliance and of Black women and girls. The show will air April 6 at 8pm on BET. Be sure to tune in!
Earlier this year I had the opportunity to work with Beyond Classically Beautiful as part of the ‘Body Noire’ project celebrating the black female physique. Thank you for this wonderful experience! Via Essence Magazine More often than not we’re able to see the beauty of others — but not of ourselves. The […]
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.