WORD! Caribbean Book Fest and Akashic Books presentes a conversation featuring Elsie Augustave, Rosalind Kilkenny McLymont, Opal Palmer Adisa, and Mercy Tullis-Bukhari.
Immigrant Song: Novel of New Americans. Also reading: Chantel Acevedo and Cristina Henriquez.
Elsie Augustave with Trice Hickman & Victoria Moran. This event is presented by Footprints Foundation. There is a entrance fee of $130. For more details, visit http://footprints-foundation.org/archives/2715.
Panel: Literary Characterization This session will examine literary devices to craft captivating characters and how plot and setting relate to character development, while considering the following questions: Why are characters vital to a narrative craft? Why is it important for a writer to reveal a character’s preoccupations and emotions? What do details reveal about a […]
Sponsored by the Department of Language & Cultural Studies. Full event details TBA.
Part of the John Oliver Killens Reading Series; exact program details and other authors TBA.
This event will be held in the Santa Rita Room, Student Union. Cosponsored by the Africana Studies Program. This event is free and open to the public, and will be followed by a reception.