Obsidian: Literature & Arts in the African Diaspora will host #ObsidianVoices to bring writers and audiences together. Drawing attendance from four continents, #ObsidianVoices provides a space to gather online in celebration of Black literature and arts.
RSVP for events on the #Obsidian Voices website.
Upcoming events include:
Suppose Sorrow Was a Time Machine
6 p.m. December 3
A reading and conversation celebrating Obsidian 47.1, the event will feature Sheree L. Greer, Michal “MJ” Jones, Shayla Lawz, Christian Loriel Lucas, and Daniel B. Summerhill. Sheree Renée Thomas and Nandi Comer will moderate.
Heirloom: Preserving HBCU Futures
6 p.m. December 10
A reading and conversation celebrating Obsidian 47.2, the event will feature Reynaldo Anderson, Roman Johnson, Tony Medina, Carmin Wong, and others. Sheree Renée Thomas will moderate.
Those with questions can contact Managing Editor Tara Reeser at firstname.lastname@example.org. Find out more about Obsidian: Literature & Arts in the African Diaspora.