25 November 2011

"Street Fiction & Inner-City Literacy" | November 30, 2011

Greetings!

You are cordially invited to attend and participate in a book discussion forum entitled, "Reading and the Hood: Street Fiction and Inner City Literacy," where we will be discussing my newly released book, The Readers Advisory Guide to Street LiteratureAll the details are below. If you are local to Philadelphia, would love to see you there!
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Vivant Art Collection | 60 N. 2nd Street - Gallery Row | Phila, PA

PROGRAM: "Reading and the Hood: Street Fiction and Inner City Literacy"

DATE/TIME: Wednesday, November 30, 2011,  5:30pm - 9:00pm

LOCATION: Vivant Art Collection, 60 North 2nd Street, Gallery Row in Olde City (down the street from The Painted Bride)

REFRESHMENTS: Wine and hors d'oeuvres reception 5:30pm - 6:30pm 

SPEAKERS: CHRISTINA ROSE DUBB of The Philly Spells Writing Lab, CHAD DION LASSITER of Black Men at UPenn, TERI WOODS, NYT Bestselling author and author of foreword to The Readers Advisory Guide to Street Literature, and VANESSA IRVIN MORRIS, author, The Readers Advisory Guide to Street Literature

BOOKS: There will be a few copies of The Readers Advisory Guide to Street Literature for sale and signing; if you have your book, bring it and get it signed!

FREE: This is a free event. On-street parking is free in Olde & Center City on Wednesday nights.

**This program is sponsored by the following organizations: Philadelphia Renaissance Project, Philly Spells Writing Lab, Black Men at UPenn and Vivant Art Collection. For further information, contact, CARL DASH of the Philadelphia Renaissance Project at: carl_dash@yahoo.com or "Carl Dash" on Facebook.


Thank you for your support and see you there!

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