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Spotlight on Dr. Linda Beed

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BWRC shines the spotlight on dual workshop facilitator, Dr. Linda Beed. Dr. Beed will be presenting Investment Writing and M.A.D. Writing (Making a Difference With Your Writing) at the 2012 Black Writers Reunion & Conference in Fort Lauderdale. What would you like attendees to know about you, your background, strengths, or interests that are not included in your bio? What I’d like people to kn... Read More »

Spotlight on Vonda Howard

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BWRC shines the spotlight on workshop facilitator, Vonda Howard, book cover designer and author, and the owner of Cupcake Creative Studio. Vonda will be leading the Judging Your Book By Its Cover workshop on Thursday, August 31, at 9:35 a.m. at the 2012 Black Writers Reunion & Conference in Fort Lauderdale. How did you master the topic you’ll be presenting at BWRC?  I have always had a &... Read More »

BWRC Spawns Pantheon Collective

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Joining us for our first group interview is The Pantheon Collective, three writers who met at the fourth Black Writers Reunion & Conference in Dallas, 2006: James Lewis, Omar Luqmaan-Harris, and Stephanie Casher. Read More »

BWA & BWRC Veteran Anna Christian: From Past to Present

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Anna Christian is an author, freelance writer, and educator who has been a member of the BWRC family since the very beginning. She is one of the original members of Black Writers Alliance, and she attended the first Black Writers Reunion & Conference in Atlanta ten years ago. She joins us to discuss the organization, the conference, and her books. Read More »

Kimberly Bibbs on BWRC, Haters & Chasers

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Kimberly Bibbs attended her first BWRC in Las Vegas in June 2009 and shares highlights from her experience as well as some advice for anyone thinking about attending. She also talks about her first book, HATERS & CHASERS, which will be in print in time to accompany her to this year's conference. Read More »

Marcie Eanes Finds New Comfort Zone at BWRC

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Journalist Marcie Eanes steps outside of her comfort zone to attend her first Black Writers Reunion & Conference in 2009 and will return in 2010 with her first book, SENSUAL SOUNDS. She joins us to share her thoughts on BWRC and discuss her collection of poetry. Read More »

Monique Mensah: "BWRC = Tons of Resources & Connections"

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Monique Mensah, author of WHO IS HE TO YOU, and principal of MAKE YOUR MARK EDITING SERVICES, shares her BWRC experience and offers an introduction to her book. When did you attend your first BWRC, and what is your most memorable BWRC moment? I attended the BWRC for the first time in 2009 in Las Vegas. My most memorable moment was on the first night. We had all gathered in the lobby of the Golden ... Read More »

Nakia Laushaul Finds Path to Her Dream at BWRC

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Nakia joins us to discuss the Black Writers Reunion & Conference and the life-changing impact the experience has had on her. Read More »

Sophia Simmons Aspires Higher After BWRC

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Sophia Simmons takes a few minutes to comment on her experience with BWRC. She attended her first BWRC in 2009. What is your most memorable BWRC moment? I learned a lot at the Black Writers Reunion & Conference, and met some really wonderful people. But most of all I appreciated ReShonda Tate-Billingsly sharing about her obstacles and how she overcame them. She mentioned how she set goals for ... Read More »

Tracie Christian Shares Achievements & Accolades for BWRC

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Tracie Christian, author of THE BLACK COLLEGE SABBATICAL trilogy, co-founder of “Five Ladies of Literature” tour and Detroit’s Coffee, ARTS & Entertainment Talk, on-air personality for 7mileradio.com, and BWRC Tampa 2008 participant, shares her thoughts and accomplishments since her experience with Black Writers Reunion & Conference and offers heartfelt advice for aspirin... Read More »

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