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    2013 Black Writers And Book Clubs Literacy Festival

    The BWABC (Black Writers And Book Clubs) Literacy Festival is a FREE festival featuring 47 African American authors from across the country, all converging in Memphis, Tennessee for the sake of promoting literacy. This year's festival will be held September 20-21, 2013 in Memphis, Tennessee at Hilton Hotel Memphis, 939 Ridge Lake Boulebard. It will be hosted by nationally acclaimed author, Shelia E. Lipsey. The purpose of the festival is to unite authors and readers while promoting literacy within the community. The website is www.bwabcliteracyfestival.com The facebook pages is www.facebook.com/bwabc Our twitter site is www.twitter.com/bwabclitfest Thank you for the great job you do for US Black Refer.com

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  1. AAMBC...
    AAMBC Novels that reflect you and me. African Americans on the Move Book Club, which is an online book club catering to avid readers across the nation.

  2. African American Book Club...
    Listings of the largest African American Book Club Meetups.


  3. African American Book Clubs in The United States ...
    Add Your Book Club to Our Website – A Complete List of Book Clubs in Our Database


  4. African American Literature BookClub...
    An African American literary book club that allows the websurfer to participate online.

  5. ASiS...
    Encouraging potential members living in the Washington DC/Northern Virginia area to participate in this book club that is for African American women.

  6. BlackBookPlus.com...
    BlackBookPlus.com is ranked among the top 10 web sites that promote African American literary works. Black Book Plus provides a large selection of African American urban books at low prices. You can choose from a wide variety of African American books, such as black history selections, African American romance novels, African American Urban books and all other types of African American books.


  7. Black Diamonds ...
    The key purpose of Black Diamonds book club is to bring women together at least once a month to engage in a fun and exciting environment as well as establishing life long friendships in the process. We are not only members of this book club, but we are sisters who have a strong passion for literature & spiritual growth.

  8. Black Diamonds Book Club...
    Our goal is to uplift GOD, build friendships with each other, and a fellowship with those we are in contact with through our literary review of African-American Authors. Located in Montgomery, AL.

  9. Black Feminist Book Club...
    Black Feminist Book Club Facilitated by Susana Morris.


  10. Black Girl Book Club...
    Roommates and friends Jordan and Lauren come together biweekly to discuss readings and topics about the power of being a woman of color. Each month, they’ll choose a book or essay — written by, for, or about women of color — and use it as a framework to discuss their own lives as young black women.


  11. Books n Bros...
    Books n Bros: African-American boy starts book club for kids like him.


  12. Book Remarks...
    Promotes African American literature. It includes author interviews, book reviews and great links to other sites on this topic.

  13. Black Unicorn Book Club...
    The Black Unicorn Book Club is a virtual club for woman identified and genderqueer folk who read as a means of self care and survival.


  14. Cush City...
    The world's largest African-American selection of products on the Internet.

  15. Distinct Ladies Book Club...
    The Distinct Ladies is a local book club located in Memphis, TN. We started in Oct of 2006. Our organization consists of Women from different professional fields, which share the yearning to develop spiritually, mentally and socially through writings of all genres.

  16. Go On Girl Book Club...
    Learn how founders Monique Greenwood, Lynda Johnson and Tracy Mitchell-Brown turned their office chat about the latest offerings from Black authors into formal book discussions.

  17. Hotlanta Book Club...
    Reading to uplift, understand and celebrate our people.

  18. Inside Black Book Clubs...
    Exploring the growth of African-American book clubs.

  19. Isis Collective Book Circle...
    Women of color group, based in Washington, D.C., USA. Includes author, book and event information.

  20. Msichana Rafiki Literary Club...
    Literary Club, recommendations of books by great black writers, links to a webring.

  21. National Black Book Festival...
    Largest African-American Book Event in the South.


  22. PeopleWhoLoveGood Books...
    PeoplewholoveGoodBooks is an online book club that reads African-American fiction.

  23. Proverbs 31 Book Club...
    Proverbs 31 Book Club was founded by Terri Davis and our President Carolyn Lucas in 2009. We are not just a book club but we are women who encourage, and inspire each other through Chrisitian fiction and literature so that God can shape us into the virtuous women He made us to be.

  24. SistahFriend Book Club ...
    SistahFriend is an online book club for women who share a love and respect for African-American Literature. Promoting African-American literature in the community, we are reaching out to readers, writers, and other literary professionals.

  25. Sisters and Brothers of Hotlanta Book Club...
    Literary Discussion group to heighten awareness of issues of importance to the black community.

  26. Sister Sippin Tea Bookclub Houston Chapter...
    African-American women's bookclub located throughout the U.S. This webpage is for the Houston, Texas Chapter.

  27. Sophisticated Sisters of Color Book Club & Social Organization ...
    A book club based in Lafayette, La composed of African American professionals with a love for reading expressions of african american literature.

  28. The Business of Black Book Clubs...
    Over the last 20 years, the channels for discovering new books, especially books by first-time and emerging authors, have shrunk or disappeared. Newspapers and magazines dedicate mere slivers of arts sections to book reviews — if at all.


  29. The Good Book Club (Oakland Chapter)...
    The Good Book Club - Oakland Chapter is an offspring of the The Good Book Club cyber community of Book Lovers.

  30. The Literary Club(TLC)...
    Monthly literary discussion group in the Chicago area, promoting African-American Authors of Fiction and Non-Fiction Works.

  31. The Page Turner Network Literary Services for Authors and Book Clubs...
    Provides Web Site Design and Internet Consulting with Special Focus on the Literary Community.

  32. The Rise of the Black Book Club...
    The Rise of the Black Book Club. Article.

  33. The Sistah Circle Book Club - Texas...
    African American womem's club. Contains reviews and independent readings of mainstream African American authors. Meeting schedules, and e-newsletter.

  34. The Sophisticated Souls of Learning Book Club...
    This club is located in Memphis, Tn. It was established in 2001. It consists of ten members who all share a love of reading. Membership is always opened.

  35. Thumpers Corner...
    Check out our reading list, read the books, join our ongoing discussions, participate in our monthly chat sessions, let us know about a good book you've read.

  36. Unheard Words...
    An online writing group for interested writers of colour and readers, an exchange of ideas, thoughts and creative writing. category - art/creative writing.

  37. Well-Read Black Girl ...
    Well-Read Black Girl is dedicated to the phenomenal Black women on our bookshelves–past, present, & the “beautyful” ones not yet born.


  38. Writers Foundation LLC...
    Writers Foundation was created to inspire, inform and educate. A place to share, reflect and review. Do you need inspiration? Well this is the place.

  39. You Go Girl Book Club...
    You Go Girl publishes a quarterly newsletter, published by Ruth Fulton.


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