June 30: Sundays @…The Sackett–The VONA Edition

Sundays @. . . closes out the spring season with VONA/Voices alums!

W e’re closing out the Spring reading series next week with a celebration of VONA/Voices.  Bold As Love’s literary editor Bridgett Davis teamed with guest curator Camille Acker to bring you nine (9) talented alums from the VONA program, the only multi-genre workshop for writers of color in the nation. Should be cool, right?

VONA was founded by MacArthur Fellow Junot Díaz, Elmaz Abinader, Victor Díaz and Diem Jones in 1999 at the University of San Francisco.

Don’t forget to like the event Facebook page here.


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Rob Fields is the founder and publisher of Bold As Love Magazine. Follow him on Twitter at @robfields.

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