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.
- La Prensa Foundation is newest member of UTSA Lone Star Society
- UTSA alumna Jordan Kaufmann wins $50K for new stent-graft start-up
- UTSA begins new way-finding sign installation this summer at Main Campus
- USA Today: UTSA long jumper Tyler Williamson rescues three-year-old boy
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.
Visiting authors and their works
"Can I Get An Amen"
"Sacrifice the One"
Gwendolyn Y. Fortune
"Growing Up Nigger Rich," "Family Lines"
Katherine D. Jones
"Undercover Lover," "Worth the Wait"
"Street Possession," "Chasin' It"
"For Love & Grace," "A Love So Strong," "Crossing Jhordan's River," "Because of Grace"
"You Wrong For That"
San Antonio, Texas
"Beyond Redemption," "The Nomination"