Greetings, everyone. On Thursday, December 1st, 2022 the Harlem Writers Guild and the New York Society Library will host a tribute to literary artists of the Harlem Renaissance. You may find the registration link here: https://www.nysoclib.org/events/relive-harlem-renaissance-library-and-harlem-writers-guild
By Marc W. Polite
Good morning, everyone. Today is the day. My third book of poetry, “Quiet with A Loud Mind” is now available on Amazon. See link below:
Greetings, everyone! It is about that time. Welcome to August! I am taking this opportunity now to inform you all that there is a release date for my newest book- Quiet With A Loud Mind. QWALM will release on Thursday, September 22nd, 2022!
Keep the date in mind! I am lining up a very.. very limited schedule of appearances this Fall. More information will be available when details are confirmed. That is all for now. Take care.
By Marc W. Polite
Greetings, my readers. Happy Friday! I am using this post as an opportunity to let you know what is coming next. I am putting the finishing touches on my third book of poetry, Quiet With A Loud Mind. This will be book number 5 for me. For those of you who remember, Poetic Ruminations: Volume 2 came out in 2018. It has been nearly four years already, so it is about time to come out with something. I have… a few things to say. No firm date, but the goal is to have it out in Fall of 2022. Just keep the title in mind.
More information will be available later. Take care, and enjoy your weekend!
MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR JUNE 18TH, HARLEM WRITERS GUILD MEMBERS WILL BE VENDING AT . . . The Schomburg Center Literary Festival.
Reading the African Diaspora celebrates authors of African descent and champions literacy and books across genres to amplify Black history and culture. Festival programming features some of the most talented writers and influential figures in culture today.
ALSO, HWG MEMBER MINNETTE COLEMAN IS OFFERING A FREE WRITING WORKSHOP
The Art of Creating Historical Fiction | Schomburg Center, American Negro Theatre
Trying to write historical fiction? Join Harlem Writers Guild author Minnette Coleman as she shares ways to chart your vision, anchor artifacts and characters to your story, and research your historical fiction tale outside archetypal means. Remember the tale you want to tell is more important than the history BUT you need the history to tell your tale.
REGISTER FOR THIS IN-PERSON WORKSHOP . . . .
Check out “Schomburg Center Literary Festival 2022: Create Historical Fiction Workshop” on Eventbrite!
Date: Sat, Jun 18 • 12:00 PM EDT
Location: 515 Malcolm X Blvd, New York, NY 10030