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Kya Publishing to Define Canadian Urban Fiction Through Panel Discussion at the Toronto Public Library

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TORONTO, ONT (January 2013) –Toronto publishing company Kya Publishing, along with the Toronto Public Library, will be hosting a panel discussion on Saturday, February 2, 2013 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm at the Malvern Branch (30 Sewells Road at Neilson Road) with the objective of defining “Canadian Urban Fiction.”

Featuring a panel of urban Canadian writers, educators, and cultural advocates, the group will work towards creating a definition of this relatively new genre of Canadian literature, while discussing the Canadian urban identity and the most effective and accurate way to document this culture.

Moderated by author and Kya Publishing founder Stacey Marie Robinson and journalist Angela Walcott, the panel will feature relationship blogger Telisha Ng, children’s author Angela Ndongmo, Christian non-fiction writer Tanika Chambers, urban education scholar/teacher Camille Ramnath, hip hop artist General, and Life Fiction author D.A. Bourne.



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