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Center for Black Literature at Medgar Evers College, CUNY

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Killens Review, Fall/Winter 2015: "Memory and Myth" $10.00 $1.54
Killens Review of Arts & Letters: The Next Wave - Spring/Summer 2015
This issue published March 2015.
$10.00 $1.54
Tales of Our Times- Vol 2, 2014   more info $15.00 $1.82
Killens Review of Arts & Letters: Bring it Forward, Activism in Literature- Fall/ Winter 2014
Killens Review, Fall/Winter 2014. Now reduced price $5.00.
$5.00 $1.27
Killens Review of Arts & Letters: Impact Beyond Boundaries- Fall/ Winter 2013
50 % OFF - The Killens Review of Arts & Letters is published once or twice a year by The Center for Black Literature (CBL) at Medgar Evers College, of the City University of New York, 1650 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11225, 718-804-8883 http://www.centerforblackliterature.org/killensReview.html Cover: Luis Reyes Rivera
$5.00 $1.27
Killens Review of Arts & Letters: Reconstructing the Master Narrative- Fall/ Winter 2012   more info $5.00 $1.27
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The Tales of Our Times, Elders Writing Workshop will continue its tradition of preserving the memoirs of African-Americans whose lives span a major part of the twentieth century and beyond.  The goal of the writing workshop is to document the experiences of elder Black Americans from various parts of the African diaspora whose history is likely to be distorted or lost for lack of original documentation. This year’s focus (2014-2015) will be to document the ways in which the civil rights movement affected the lives of the elders.  This focus is particularly timely in light of the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington, the celebration of Freedom Summer and many programs commemorating the Civil Rights Movement.   Participant writers will meet bi-weekly for three hours during the year.  They will participate in a reading at the National Black Writers Symposium on Voices of Resistance and will conduct a reading for their church.  This year will be spent on developing and drafting the content for the third edition of Tales of Our Times.

 

Center for Black Literature

Telephone: 718-804-8883

writers@mec.cuny.edu



Be inspired by words of poet Gwendolyn Brooks: “Look at what’s happening in this world. Every day there’s something exciting or disturbing to write about. With all that’s going on, how could I stop?” 

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Center for Black Literature at Medgar Evers College, CUNY

Spearheaded by Dr. Brenda M. Greene, the Center for Black Literature at Medgar Evers College builds on the tradition and legacy of the National Black Writers Conference and serves as a voice, mecca, and resource for black writers and the general public to study the literature of people from the African Diaspora. It is the only Center devoted to this in the country.

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