African-American authors gather for BWRC Book Signing in Atlanta – June 26
EXCLUSIVE: Top African-American authors gather for the Black Writers Reunion & Conference Book Signing
June 26 – Multi-author book signing at W Perimeter Hotel is free and open to the public
Atlanta, Georgia – June 12, 2010 – America’s premier Black writing conference for professional, freelance and aspiring writers is hosting an exclusive book signing featuring several of the country’s top African-American authors and novelists.
The Black Writers Reunion & Conference is proud to present the BWRC Author Expo on Saturday, June 26, 2010 at the W Perimeter Hotel (111 Perimeter Centre West, Atlanta) from 1 PM – 3 PM. This free event is open to the public and boasts a roster of some of the best names in African-American literature!
This multi-signing event features Angela Benson, Sharon Ewell Foster, Kathleen Cross, Stacy Hawkins Adams, Tonya Evans, Gwynne Forster, Venise Berry, Sara Freeman Smith, Linda Beed, Chiquita Board, Melanie Trausch, Bryan-Keyth Wilson, Jacqualyn Green, Marc Lacy, Nakia Laushaul, Dwan Abrams & more!
Come out with your book club and speak with your favorite novelist or purchase a book or two. This is one dynamic and innovative book event you won’t want to miss.
ABOUT THE BLACK WRITERS REUNION & CONFERENCE
Summer 2010 marks the 10th Anniversary of the BWRC. From June 23 to 26, the W Atlanta Perimeter Hotel will host the 6th Black Writers Reunion & Conference. Over two dozen informative seminars and hands-on workshops will present the craft and business of writing, publishing, and self-publishing.
Established in 2000, the Black Writers Reunion & Conference is well known for its engaging workshop presenters, outstanding topics, inspirational ambience, and professional organization. While BWRC does not discriminate against participants of any race, BWRC is the only touring conference with the added cultural bonus of being presented both by and for Black writers.
BWRC’s mission is to educate, support, and motivate aspiring, emerging, and published writers. We promote and encourage artistic expression and growth through skill development in the art, craft, and business of creative writing in fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and drama as well as business and career endeavors in professional writing.
For more information: www.blackwriters.org.