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Past Events

Katia D. Ulysse — Baltimore Enoch Pratt Free Library, Baltimore, MD

Marita Golden is an Alzheimer’s activist and editor of the multi-cultural anthology, Us Against Alzheimer’s: Stories of Family Love and Faith. The program will include readings by Katia D. Ulysse (Mouths Don’t Speak) and Lauren Francis-Sharma. Book signing to follow.

Curdella Forbes & Katia D. Ulysse — Fall for the Book Festival, Fairfax, VA

“Love and Loss in the Caribbean.” Curdella Forbes’ novel A Tall History of Sugar and Katia D. Ulysse’s Mouths Don’t Speak follow themes of love and loss in Carribean countries and how to deal with personal choices brought on by societal and cultural standards.

Katia D. Ulysse — Brooklyn Caribbean Literary Festival, Brooklyn, NY

‘I Belong to House of Music’ is a two-hour conversation where host, Attillah Springer, chats with 5 writers (including Katia D. Ulysse, author of Mouths Don’t Speak) about how music shapes their work and consciousness. It is a different take on the long-running BBC Radio series ‘Desert Island Discs,’ a music-centered interview in which artists, […]

Katia D. Ulysse — 16th Annual CityLit Festival, Baltimore City, MD

Novelists at Work: How to Structure a Novel and Walk Away Like a Boss. Moderated by novelist Danita Hinc, CityLit presents working novelists Jung Yun, Susan Muaddi Darraj, Katia D. Ulysse (Mouths Don’t Speak) and Lauren Francis Sharma, who will share their insights into the process of creating life on the page and discuss different […]

Bernice L. McFadden, Karen E. Osborne, and Katia D. Ulysse — Literary Arts Festival, Langston Hughes Community Library and Cultural Center, Corona, NY

Bernice L. McFadden (Praise Song for the Butterflies), Katia D. Ulysse (Mouths Don’t Speak), and Karen E. Osborne (Getting it Right) will appear on a panel moderated by Angel Nafis at the 10th Annual Literary Arts Festival at the Langston Hughes Community Library and Cultural Center.


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