Lauren Sanders will appear in conversation with J.T. Rogers. Join both authors for “happy hour” in BRIC’s cafe at 6:00 pm before the event.
Live Podcast Taping of Am I Allowed to Like Anything? by Darian Symoné Harvin. “From Book to Screen to Screen: How the Worlds of Black literature & Black Filmmaking are Merging,” featuring Numa Perrier and author Bernice L. McFadden. To buy tickets: https://wellreadblackgirl.com/festival/
Panel featuring: Bernice L. McFadden, Jacqueline Woodson, Tiphanie Yanique, Natashia Deón, and LaShonda Barnett; moderated by Jamia Wilson. Part of the Well-Read Black Girl Festival.
An evening of stories – in reading and conversation – of dysfunctional families, sibling rivalries, immigrant dreams, ambitious women and finding home in a program celebrating Elizabeth Nunez’s tenth novel and three-decade career of telling stories of the Caribbean beyond tales of sand, sea and sun. Presented by BRIC, the Caribbean Cultural Theatre, and Akashic […]
In collaboration with Akashic Books, BRIC is hosting a night with gay rights activists Mark Segal and David Carter (author of Stonewall). These inspiring authors will discuss Segal’s new memoir And Then I Danced: Traveling the Road to LGBT Equality, an inspirational memoir from one of America’s pioneering LGBT activists and a history of the gay rights movement from one man […]
Five local innovators to speak for 10 minutes each on the subject of “What’s Next?” Featuring Bernice L. McFadden (Loving Donovan), Vishaan Chakrabarti, Will Dean, Lexy Funk, and Garrett Oliver. Tickets are available at www.downtownbrooklyn.com/posts/arts-entertainment/join-us-for-the-2nd-annual-5×10-talks.
Brooklyn launch event for Loving Donovan! Featuring Bernice L. McFadden in conversation with Terry McMillan. Moderated by Tracey Smith, National Media & Author Relations for Go On Girl! Book Club. Part of BRIC’s Stoop Series. Cosponsored by AALBC, Mosaic Literary Magazine, and Go On Girl! Book Club.