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Sundays @. . .Branded Saloon: May 31 Edition

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The May edition of our reading series returns with more talented storytellers including Jabari Asim (Only The Strong, among his 12 books), Jennifer Baker (creator of the Minorities In Publishing podcast); and Mecca Jamilah Sullivan (Blue Talk and Love).  See you there!  

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Sundays @. . .Branded Saloon: The Poetry Edition — 4/26

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April is National Poetry Month, and we’re celebrating in Bold As Love/Sundays @. . . style!

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Reality Check #1: It’s a Process Getting From Here to There

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From On the Psychology of Writing by Kiini Ibura Salaam There is a gap between the master artists we want to be and the fledgling artists we are and it will take time, commitment, and patience to traverse that gap. Artists come to the artmaking process with astounding expectations of themselves. So many of us […]

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Paris, Loving You Is Complicated

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.@tkingsanchez on the ups and downs that prepared her to take on the City of Lights with gusto.

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TODAY: Sundays @. . . Branded Saloon

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The Women’s Future Month edition of Sundays @. . . happens today.  Join us and hear work from Marci Blackman, Bernice L. McFadden, and Regina Porter.  Info below and on Facebook!

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How a Lonely Month in Paris Reawakened My Muse

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@tkingsanchez shares her journey to the City of Light, where she pushed past fear and learned to write again.

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Sundays @. . . Reading Series Returns –2/22

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@lashondakatrice @djolder & #TiffanyDJackson kick off our 2nd anniversary of #SundaysAt

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Bold As Love X Brooklyn Book Festival: 9/16/14

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@bridgettmdavis @theferocity @laurenfsharma Elizabeth Nunez @franklinparkBK

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Bridgett M. Davis’s Trip “Into The Go-Slow”

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@bridgettmdavis provides an African American POV on Africa during the less idealistic 80s.

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Q&A with Harmony Holiday

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Books editor @BridgettMDavis & poet/archivist @Harmony_Holiday talk mythmaking, identity and “the ecstatic mundane”.

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