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Connections: Editors & BIPOC Creators Charlesbridge editors are offering free, 30-minute sessions to participants who self-identify as Black, Indigenous, or people of color (BIPOC) to discuss their manuscripts. During these sessions, the editor will offer specific constructive feedback on manuscripts, cover letters, and the submissions process, as well as guidance about the publishing industry if [ Read the full article… ]

The final set of Amplify Black Stories storyteller headshots

Meet the Amplify Black Stories Storytellers – Day 5

Today features the fifth and final set of storytellers in our Amplify Black Stories program. Remember, our storytellers work can be purchased at  THE LITERARY CAFE – BOOKS & EVENTS Bookstore Amplify Black Stories Book List, curated by The African American Children’s Book Project.    Sharon Langley is co-author of A RIDE TO REMEMBER, her [ Read the full article… ]

Set four of Amplify Black Stories Storytellers headshots

Meet the Amplify Black Stories Storytellers – Day 4

Today features the fourth set of storytellers in our Amplify Black Stories program. Remember, our storytellers work can be purchased at  THE LITERARY CAFE – BOOKS & EVENTS Bookstore Amplify Black Stories Book List, curated by The African American Children’s Book Project.    Nadia L. Hohn, M.Ed. is a world-traveling elementary school teacher and the [ Read the full article… ]

Set three of Amplify Black Stories storytellers headshots

Meet the Amplify Black Stories Storytellers – Day 3

Today features the third set of storytellers in our Amplify Black Stories program. Remember, our storytellers work can be purchased at  THE LITERARY CAFE – BOOKS & EVENTS Bookstore Amplify Black Stories Book List, curated by The African American Children’s Book Project. K Tempest Bradford is a science fiction and fantasy writer, writing instructor, media [ Read the full article… ]

Headshots of Black creatives in Amplify Black Stories program

Meet The Amplify Black Stories Storytellers – Day 2

Today features the second set of storytellers in our Amplify Black Stories program. Remember, our storytellers work can be purchased at  THE LITERARY CAFE – BOOKS & EVENTS Bookstore Amplify Black Stories Book List, curated by The African American Children’s Book Project.    Debbie Ann Taylor is an author of picture books, including SWEET MUSIC [ Read the full article… ]

pictures of 5 Black children's lit creators

Meet The Amplify Black Stories Storytellers – Day 1

Sharing is caring. We want you to care about these Black creators who are developing work so that Black readers see themselves and their stories and to continue humanizing Black people to non-Black readers – so, we’re sharing a little more about them every day this week. Remember, our storytellers work can be purchased at [ Read the full article… ]