How has the printed book found a home in the digital world? Do handmade books become more precious because much of our writing and reading is now done online? A panel of writers and publishers discusses the recent and unexpected print renaissance. Part of the PEN World Voices Festival
Saturday, May 9, 2015, 11:30am
Crosby Street Hotel Screening Room
In Western Massachusetts on Saturday, April 11th? I'll be at the Pioneer Valley ZineFest tabling copies of Tenacious: Art & Writings by Women in Prison as well as copies of the ABC No Rio history zines I co-wrote back in the 1990s and early 2000s. I'll have brand-new, hot-off-the-press copies of the Spring/Mother's Day 2015 issue of Tenacious for sale.
WEST LECTURE HALL, FPH
This event starts at 5:30pm.
This event is organized by : Childhood, Youth and Learning Program, Critical Social Inquiry, CPSC, Queer Studies, The Law Program, Africana Studies, Hampshire Students Against Mass Incarceration, & Decolonize Media Collective
My contribution is "Why Aren't We More Outraged When Police Kill Black Women?"
It's short, so I definitely encourage you to read the entire se
Once again, I’ll be tabling at the Feminist Zine Fest. You can pick up a copy of the latest issues of the zine Tenacious: Art & Writings by Women in Prison as well as copies of my books.
Saturday, March 7th, 12 to 6 pm
Barnard College: 3009 Broadway, NYC
Two hundred years ago, quilts were an integral part of the Underground Railroad. Abolitionists sewed patterns into the squares of their quilts. They then hung the quilts in their yards, ostensibly to air them out.