Kya Publishing and Elevated Waves to Host Black Narrative Writing Workshop at Toronto Public Library

TORONTO, ONT (December 2018) - Canadian and American writers will connect this upcoming Black History Month at the Toronto Public Library's North York Central Branch, for the collaborative workshop with Kya Publishing (Toronto) and Elevated Waves (Cleveland) taking place on Saturday, February 2, 2019 from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. "Writing the Black Narrative: How to Tell Your Cultural Story" will take place in the North York branch's e-Learning Lab.

"Join our interactive panel discussion with writers Stacey Ann Berry, Kamilah Haywood, Selwyn Jeffers, and Angelot Ndongmo, sharing experiences and strategies for writing culturally-specific narratives. Writers will also provide individual workshops and share tips and resources for starting, sustaining, and publishing writing projects in a variety of genres. Facilitated by Jameel Davis (Elevated Waves Publishing, Cleveland) and Stacey Marie Robinson (Kya Publishing, Toronto)."

Registration is now available through the Toronto Public Library--spaces are limited. Please register for this free event by calling (416) 395-5639.


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