Loganberry Books announces exciting line up for the second annual Great Lakes African American Writers Conference (GLAAWC) book fair and author readings to be held Saturday, September 21st from 12 pm to 4 pm at Loganberry Books. This event is a part of Cleveland Book Week, sponsored by the Cleveland Foundation and the Anisfield Book Awards.
Andrea Campbell, The Beautiful Journey
Wanda Coleman, Taking Off the Makeup
Jameel Davis, In Between the Sheets
Rochelle Gilbert, Cleveland Stories
Clara Jean Mosley Hall, Paris in America
Simone Jelks, One-On-On: A Gentleman’s Guide to Dating an Ambitious Woman
Dr. Marilyn Mobley, The Strawberry Room
Konnie Peroune, The Escapentures of Esperanza
Ava Reiss, Fall of Ima
Chasity Strawder, Broken for the Promise
Zachary Thomas, Writers in Residence
Carmella Upshur, Against All Odds
Abby Vandiver, Secrets, Lies, & Crawfish Pies
J.J. Winston, The Anniversary
Dameka Woods, The Chronicles of the Hair Follicles
The people of color participating in the GLAAWC Book Fair event are artists exploring themes from perspectives unique to Cleveland and its nearby regions. Readers will be featured each hour. The event is free, inclusive, and open to the public.
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Just fixed it. Thank you and hope you come.