Join us with Hosts C. Stene Duckworth & Patrick Anthony Howell in a conversation with Poet, memoirist, and fiction writer Shonda Buchanan is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English at Hampton University teaching creative writing, composition, essay writing, editing, and research. Author of Who’s Afraid of Black Indians?, which was nominated for the Literary of Virginia Literary Contest and the Black Caucus of the American Library Association Literary Awards, and editor of Voices from Leimert Park, Shonda is an award-winning poet whose expertise includes Narrative Nonfiction, Contemporary American, African American, American Indian and Women's Literature, and Comparative Literature, as well as canonical texts.
She freelanced for the Los Angeles Times, the LA Weekly, AWP’s The Writer’s Chronicle, and Indian Country Today. She commentated for Marketplace Radio and was featured on National Public Radio’s Tell Me More. A culture and literary arts ambassador, her presentations, workshops, and lectures demonstrate her passion for exploring gender, ethnicity, family, heritage, landscape, environment and ancestry.
Saturday, May 19th, 10:00 AM - Pacific/MST and 1:00 PM - EST Dial in or SKYPE at 1.929.477.2552 #1 or Join us at http://tobtr.com/10781847
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