Come on this literary voyage where you’ll travel light years ahead across galaxies, look to the past to go forward, and take in this very moment.
Black to the Future, Past and Present explores Black literature and time. How does time show up in such genres as Afrofuturism, poetry and journalism? And with today’s racial tension today, how do Black writers utilize the past, present and future in the work they create? Join us for this reading and discussion with an exceptional panel of local African-American writers.
James Cagney, author of Black Steel Magnolias
Jenee Darden, journalist and founder of CocoaFly.com
Tongo Eisen-Martin, author of Heaven is All Goodbyes
Audrey T. Williams, author Of Chutneys and Chitlins: Poems & Stories from a Multi-racial American Girl