Authors share your first chapters with the booklovers and the Sankofa Literary Society members. Monthly I will spotlight a new author or literary leader in the group. If you would like to be showcased, please drop me an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for adding me as a friend. Start writing your book now, even if you do not publish is until 2015. I spent 4 years writing my book - a memoir which covers 11 years of my life. Are you a literary, performing or visual artist?"
"I am reading "flat-footed truths, Telling Black Women's Lives", an anthology edited by Patricia Bell-Scott with Juanita Johnson-Bailey. Contributors include bell hooks, Marita golden, Alice Walker, Audre Lorde, Pearl Cleague and…"
Are you an ardent reader or member of a group that reads new authors as well as the classics? Meet here to get the skinny on books, authors, contests, and more. Authors can contact you directly and share excerpts and info. concerning their titles.
How do you keep stepping when life knocks you off your feet? Sharing lessons learned from my own "falling" experiences, I give the four steps to attaining/regaining/maintaining a life characterized by wellness - body, mind and spirit. I invite you to go with me POWER WALKING, A JOURNEY TO WHOLENESS. Debut work of Christian nonfiction published March 2008. Available at Amazon.com & local book stores.+
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My bio: Anita Diggs has worked as a book editor for Random House, Time Warner Trade Publishing and Thunder’s Mouth Press. She has lectured across the country on the topics of novel writing, book proposal development and how to get a literary agent. The New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, C-Span, The New York Daily News have interviewed her. Columbia Journalism Review placed Ms. Diggs on their “The Shapers” list for the year 2000. The Shapers is a list of prominent New Yorkers who shape the national media agenda.
Diverse Writers and Artists of Speculative Fiction (DWASF), in conjunction with AfroFuturismNet.com and Black Author Showcase, will present a free workshop on how to develop stories in science fiction, fantasy, and horror.“Creators of Afrofuturism Workshop” will take place at the Long Branch Library at 8800 Garland Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20901 on October 22 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.The event will feature authors …See More
He was one of the tireless army of little known boosters of writers of color, a book publishing executive that opened many doors and the founder of Amistad Press, as well as the first C.E.O./ publisher at the now defunct Howard University Press and it's Black Publishing Institute. …See More
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