Mosaic Literary Magazine Invites You to The Acentos Bronx Poetry Showcase

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Join Mosaic Literary Magazine, and the Acentos Bronx Poetry Showcase, as we celebrate ten years of presenting the literary arts by writers of African descent. This series of readings will display the diversity of content Mosaic has showcased since 1998.

Tuesday, October 14, 7-10pm
Patrick Rosal

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Patrick Rosal is the author of two full-length poetry collections, Uprock Headspin Scramble and Dive, which won the Members’ Choice Award from the Asian American Writers’ Workshop, and most recently My American Kundiman, which won the Association of Asian American Studies 2006 Book Award in Poetry as well as the 2007 Global Filipino Literary Award.

His poems and essays have been published widely in journals and anthologies including Harvard Review, Crab Orchard Review, Pindledyboz, Black Renaissance Noire, and  Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art.

Bruckner Bar and Grill
1 Bruckner Blvd.
Bronx NY 10454
Free event.

Contribute $10 and receive a one-year subscription to Mosaic.
Co-presented with the Acentos Bronx Poetry Showcase
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These events were funded in part by Poets & Writers, Inc. through public funds from the New York State department of Cultural Affairs; and The Bronx Council on the Arts

   

 

 

http://cts.vresp.com/c/?LiteraryFreedomProje/8e807d5c55/06d70f7253/5defba4635 This is a regular newsletter focused primarily on Mosaic Literary Magazine and the programs of the non-profit arts organization Literary Freedom Project.

     

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http://cts.vresp.com/c/?LiteraryFreedomProje/8e807d5c55/06d70f7253/5154fdc5c2ISSUE 22 OF MOSAIC LITERARY MAGAZINE
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continues to document important voices informing contemporary literature. In this issue Ozioma Egwuonwu interviews the bestselling young-adult writer Walter Dean Myers. He discusses his new book The Game.

Nicole Sealy interviewed legendary poet Nikki Giovanni about her 30 books of poetry. We also reviewed books by Paula Giddings, Kalisha Buchanon, and Lamont Steptoe.

As always, there’s more wonderful editorial, but you’ll have to subscribe. Go to  http://mosaicmagazine.org/preview.html, and receive 60% off the cover price.

Future issues will feature Naomi Long Madgett, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Akiba Solomon, and Jamel Shabazz among others.

Subscribe to Mosaic. Your support will strengthen our ability to showcase the literary arts by writers of the African Diaspora.

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