Sofik Åabut Black Writers Conference is the best way to create a buzz about your books. The expo will provide writers, scholars, literary professionals, students, and the general public interested in conscious writers, with a forum for engaging in dynamic panel discussions, interacting with authors, presenting readings from their own books, and workshops on themes related to writing, publishing and selling their own books.
It is important that we take the steps to ensure that the black literary tradition includes a level of consciousness that reflects our history and encompasses our journey on earth. The Expo will offer an opportunity to present to the public the complexity and depth of the Black experience as seen through the eyes of conscious writers throughout the African Diaspora.
A powerful vehicle to create buzz about your books!
Interested in conscious writers?
Want to write, publish and sell your books?
Dr Ra Un Nefer Amen I is a world renown, best selling author, lecturer, spiritual teacher, health practitioner and counsellor. He is the Shekhem Ur Shekhem (King of Kings) and Ashem Ur Ashemu (Chief Priest) of the Ausar Auset Society International (AASI)
Ms. Yarbrough, a multi-talented veteran of theater, film, dance, and song is, like her article-mates, enjoying a renewed interest in her career. Much of that attention is generated by the 2000 re-release of her spoken word CD
Keith Holmes, a native New Yorker writes non-fiction with emphasis on the accomplishments of people of color in the areas of innovation, science and technology. Born in Queens, New York, Holmes was always curious about science and technology.
Gregory "Brother G" Walker is the CEO of African Legends Animation LTD, a new Bahamian based animation/film/multimedia studio co-owned by Jeffrey Poitier, nephew of the legendary Bahamian actor Sydney Poitier.
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