March 24: Sundays At The Sackett Takes On. . .The “F”-Word

Fantasy, futuristic and fairytale works-in-progress mark our next lit event. Be there!

Y ep, the second installment of our lit works-in-progress series returns next Sunday.  This time we’ll get a peek at what’s brewing in the worlds of  “make-believe, speculative happenings and inter-galactic wizardry,” courtesy of the talents of Camille Goodison, Liza Jessie Peterson, and Kiini Ibura Salaam.  See below, mark your calendars, and be there!

UPDATE: We’ve added journalist and novelist Farai Chideya (2009′s Kiss The Sky) to the lineup.  See below.

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