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Authors Announced for the 5th Annual TORONTO URBAN BOOK EXPO

TORONTO, ONT (June 2017) - Kya Publishing has announced the confirmed authors that will be featured at the 5th annual   Toronto Urban Book Expo  (TUBE) taking place on Friday, August 3, 2018 at the Toronto Public Library's Parkdale Branch (1303 Queen Street West) from 4pm to 8pm. "Kya Publishing welcomes registration requests from all writers," said Kya Publishing founder  Stacey Marie Robinson . "We look forward to inviting both local and international authors to present with us in the city, and a re excited to celebrate urban literature and culture during Toronto's festive holiday weekend.   " Featured authors include (list updated with new registrants, daily): Andree Nicole (Toronto, ON) Angela Walcott (Toronto, ON) Cathy-Ann Alexander (Irvington, NJ) Christian Basie (Euclid, OH) Christopher McClean (Glenside, PA) Clarence Birdsong III (Memphis, TN) Deborah Watkins (Buffalo, NY) Ebony Nicole Smith (Rochester, NY) Guildford J. Thoma

Kya Publishing Receives Toronto Arts Council Support for TORONTO URBAN BOOK EXPO 2018

TORONTO, ONT (June 2018) - Kya Publishing is pleased to announce that they are the recipient of programming support for their annual Toronto Urban Book Expo from the Toronto Arts Council and the City of Toronto. The 5th annual Toronto Urban Book Expo is scheduled to take place on Friday, August 3, 2018 at the Toronto Public Library's Parkdale Branch from 4pm to 8pm. The Book Expo hosts published and independent authors from Canada and the U.S.A., and gives them an opportunity to share and promote their writing, while networking with their peers and establishing their businesses. Over the years, this family-friendly book fair has seen growth in author participation as well as community support. "It is such an honour for us to receive support from the Toronto Arts Council," said Kya Publishing founder, Stacey Marie Robinson. "We love that we are able to bring a diverse group of writers together every year for our Book Expo, and hope that with the help of the