Stacey Marie Robinson to Participate in Toronto Public Library Panel on "Diversity in Literature"

TORONTO, ONT (February 2017) - Toronto-based writer and founder of Kya Publishing Stacey Marie Robinson will be participating in a Toronto Public Library Black History Month panel discussion "Toronto's Caribbean Voices" on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at the Maria A. Shchuka Branch from 7:00pm to 8:00pm.

The discussion will feature Toronto-Caribbean authors, poets, and publicists, sharing their works of influence by their cross-continental heritage and the future of diversity in literature. Panelist to include Stacey Marie Robinson, Leonicka Valcius, and Joshua "Scribe" Watkis, and will be moderated by Dalton Higgins.

"The Toronto Public Library has been so supportive of me, and of Kya Publishing since day one," said Robinson. "They have always been open to our programs and events, and were gracious enough to place my books in their Rita Cox collection early in my writing career. I look forward to participating in this panel, in honour of Black History Month,"

The Maria A. Shchuka Branch is located at 1745 Eglinton Avenue West, at Dufferin Street; this is a free, family friendly event!


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