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Meet African American writers Nov. 3 at University Center

By Kareem El Dahab
Student Writer, College of Liberal and Fine Arts

(Nov. 2, 2005)--As part of UTSA Diversity Month, the University Center presents a readers and writers meet-and-greet event with rising African American authors from 12:30 to 3 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 3 at the University Center window lounge, 1604 Campus.

The special event, free and open to the public, includes jazz and refreshments.

The eight authors at the meet-and-greet are from Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, North Carolina, New Jersey, Georgia and Texas.

For more information, contact Nevil Shed at (210) 458-7365.


Download the Diversity Month calendar of events (pdf format).


Visiting authors and their works

Nathasha Brooks-Harris
New Jersey
"Can I Get An Amen"

Monica Carter
"Sacrifice the One"

Gwendolyn Y. Fortune
North Carolina
"Growing Up Nigger Rich," "Family Lines"

Katherine D. Jones
"Undercover Lover," "Worth the Wait"

Tony Lindsay
Chicago, Ill.
"Street Possession," "Chasin' It"

Kendra Norman-Bellamy
"For Love & Grace," "A Love So Strong," "Crossing Jhordan's River," "Because of Grace"

"You Wrong For That"

Fredrick Williams
San Antonio, Texas
"Beyond Redemption," "The Nomination"

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