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Award-winning Writer Robin G. White Graces the ATL

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Award-winning writer, Robin G. White is the author of two published collections of poetry, Resurrection: A Collection of Work, Reflections of a Life Well Spent, a forthcoming e-book collection of poems of love and loss titled, When Love Departs, and a third volume of poetry due in 2013, These Three Things: Writings on Faith, Hope and Love.  White is the author of two collections of short fiction, First Breath and Intersections and a writing journal based on “The Twelve Powers of Man” by Charles Filmore, Omphaloskepsis Guided Writing Journal.  In addition, she is the pseudonymous author of seven children’s books.  Her memoir, One of These Things Is Not Like the Other will arrive in 2014.

White is the recipient of numerous awards and honors for her work as a writer and publisher including The Chicago Literary Award, a Georgia Author of the Year Award finalist, the Urban Media Makers Award, an Astraea Foundation Poetry Prize Judge, CUNY Medgar Evers College Writers of Color Fellow and the prestigious Lambda Literary Award for Independent Publisher for her groundbreaking company, Kings Crossing Publishing.


Ms. White’s work has been included in the LGBT collection at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in New York and has been presented with commendation from the City Council of Cambridge, Massachusetts for her presentation of lesbians of color in the arts at the Schlessinger Library at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University.  Her poetry has been the subject of theater presented as “PantyLiners” at the Boston Center for the Arts and as film in the upcoming short indie film, “Sway” and in the children’s film based on her Cynaya series, “The Naptime Adventures of Princess Cynaya” which garnered the Urban Media Makers Award.

Her work is taught in numerous universities.

 

 

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