San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
What is an Unpanel?
In contrast to a tradition panel discussion, questions are chosen, posed and answered by the participants. The unpanel format favors group discussion, debate and interaction over listening to the ideas of just a few individuals.
Technology’s Impact On Black Writers
Once you've registered, you will be asked, via email, to submit a question related to topic, “Technology’s Impact On Black Writers”. The subject of this unpanel is deliberately broad to allow for the potential of a variety of questions. You will also be asked to provide a very brief explanation of your expertise or experience with the topic.
We will review the questions and identify the most popular ones. These questions will serve as the focus of our discussion. Participants will be asked to select questions which they would like to respond to during the unpanel. The number of questions we will address will depend upon the number of participants.
Keep in mind this is an unpanel. You will be an active participant, not a passive observer. We are looking forward to learning from what you have to say.
When & Where
AALBC.com, is the largest and most frequently visited web site dedicated to books by and about black people. Founded in 1997, by Troy Johnson, AALBC.com is a widely recognized source of author profiles, book recommendations, active discussion boards, writer resources, informative articles, videos, and book reviews.