Full details TBA; please visit the Miami Book Fair International’s website to learn more.
Full details TBA; please visit the Brooklyn Book Festival’s website to learn more.
Please note: all our virtual events are listed in Eastern time. The Radical Books Collective presents Beyond Wakanda! Celebrating New African Speculative Fiction featuring Courttia Newland & Siphiwe Gloria Ndlovu. Full details about this virtual event TBA; please visit Decolonize That! to learn more.
Please note: all our virtual events are listed in Eastern time. Join us for an afternoon rich with afro-futurism as featured authors Courttia Newland and Siphiwe Gloria Ndlovu discuss their newest creations, Cosmogramma and The Theory of Flight, in a conversation moderated by Africa Is a Country‘s Sean Jacobs. Access to this event requires a […]
BARDS & BADJOHNS with Co-Panelists: Jacob Ross (GND); Courttia Newland (JA/BDOS); P. Djeli Clark (TT); Khalil Haywood (USA), hosted by Amilcar Sanatan. “Well, they playing bad/They have me feeling sad/Well, they playing beast” sang The Mighty Sparrow, Trinidad and Tobago’s national bard of calypso. Sparrow details his “ten to one” confrontation with a gang of […]
PLEASE NOTE: All of our virtual events are listed in Eastern Time (ET). Courttia Newland joins NGC Bocas Lit Fest’s Bios & Bookmarks series for a discussion of his latest work, A River Called Time. Full details, including guest host, TBA. This event will be broadcast to Facebook Live; please visit the Bocas Lit Fest’s Facebook Page for […]
VIRTUAL EVENT: Courttia Newland, Marlon James – Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (New York, NY)
PLEASE NOTE: All of our virtual events are listed in Eastern Time (ET). Courttia Newland discusses his newest novel, A River Called Time, with Marlon James, author of Black Leopard, Red Wolf, in a conversation moderated by Rochelle Spencer, author of AfroSurrealism: The African Diaspora’s Surrealist Fiction. Please visit the Schomburg Center website to learn […]
Courttia Newland, author of A River Called Time, in conversation with Victor LaValle; moderated by Naomi Jackson. Please visit City Lights to learn more. PLEASE NOTE: All of our virtual events are listed in Eastern Time (ET).