Dallas Public Library to host event featuring African-American Authors
Local and regional African-American authors will discuss their work at a special free event from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23 at the Dallas Public Library. The discussion is part of the library’s celebration of African-American Heritage Month and Love Your Library Month.
Dr. Vivi Monroe Congress, author of Manna For Mamma: Wisdom for Women in the Wilderness, will moderate the showcase in the Studio, located on the third Floor of the Central Library. Scheduled authors are:
- Barbara Porter Coleman, author of The Reservationist
- Valerie L. Coleman, author of Blended Families Anthology
- Cheryl Lacey-Donovan, author of Women – What the Hell Are You Thinking
- Michael J. Lockwood, author of Women Have All the Power
- Marion Napoleon, author of Lady Silverstone’s Darkest Hour
- Shewanda Riley, author of Love Hangover: Tips for Christian Singles
- Marvin D. Woodard, author of 101 Things a Black Man Should Know
A book signing will be held after the discussion and books will also be available for purchase.
Source: Pegasus News