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Tulisoma South Dallas Book Fair

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Tulisoma South Dallas Book Fair, the Southwest African American experience in books and story, is a community-based festival promoting literacy and the arts. With numerous authors and illustrators participating, the event includes author presentations and readings, writing and art workshops, open mic poetry, performances, book signings, panel discussions, children’s story time, kids activities, and more. Also, workshops and seminars will be presented on "how to organize book clubs" and "how to publicize and market your book."

Noted authors confirmed to attend include Griggs Award honorees Tina McElroy Ansa and Carole Boston Weatherford; Brian W. Smith, award-winning author of 30 books and short stories; Dr. Helen Benjamin and Jean Nash Johnson, authors of How We Got Over: Growing up in the Segregated South; Nancy Churnin, winner of the National Jewish Book Award and author of Martin & Anne, the Kindred Spirits of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Anne Frank; and more.

Tulisoma South Dallas Book Fair, the Southwest African American experience in books and story, is a community-based festival promoting literacy and the arts. With numerous authors and illustrators participating, the event includes author presentations and readings, writing and art workshops, open mic poetry, performances, book signings, panel discussions, children’s story time, kids activities, and more. Also, workshops and seminars will be presented on "how to organize book clubs" and "how to publicize and market your book."

Noted authors confirmed to attend include Griggs Award honorees Tina McElroy Ansa and Carole Boston Weatherford; Brian W. Smith, award-winning author of 30 books and short stories; Dr. Helen Benjamin and Jean Nash Johnson, authors of How We Got Over: Growing up in the Segregated South; Nancy Churnin, winner of the National Jewish Book Award and author of Martin & Anne, the Kindred Spirits of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Anne Frank; and more.

Tulisoma South Dallas Book Fair, the Southwest African American experience in books and story, is a community-based festival promoting literacy and the arts. With numerous authors and illustrators participating, the event includes author presentations and readings, writing and art workshops, open mic poetry, performances, book signings, panel discussions, children’s story time, kids activities, and more. Also, workshops and seminars will be presented on "how to organize book clubs" and "how to publicize and market your book."

Noted authors confirmed to attend include Griggs Award honorees Tina McElroy Ansa and Carole Boston Weatherford; Brian W. Smith, award-winning author of 30 books and short stories; Dr. Helen Benjamin and Jean Nash Johnson, authors of How We Got Over: Growing up in the Segregated South; Nancy Churnin, winner of the National Jewish Book Award and author of Martin & Anne, the Kindred Spirits of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Anne Frank; and more.

WHEN

WHERE

African American Museum
3536 Grand Ave.
Dallas, TX 75201
http://www.tulisomabookfair.org/q

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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