The Black Book Festival is a unique showcase for African-Caribbean writers, publishers, illustrators and booksellers. This one-day festival is aimed at both the general community and the trade organisations in order to support and nurture a vibrant and empowering Black publishing industry. The festival consists of workshops, bookstalls and exhibitions all related to the publishing industry and delivered by specialists in their area. Would you like to have a stall at this fantastic event?
- Standard stalls cost £65.00
The Great Hall, Goldsmiths, University of London, New Cross, Lewisham Way SE14 6NW
London, , United Kingdom
12 Sep 2020,
12 Sep 2020, Saturday, 07:00 PM
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Please book your stall below.
|Back to Black: Black Radicalism for the 21st Century|
|Daughters of Nri|
|Harriet Tubman: A Journey to Freedom|
|Black Scientists and inventor series|
|Loving the Brothers|
|§ David Simon||How to Unlock Your Child’s Genius|
The Lifetime Achievement Award 2020 to be awarded to Mr Eric Huntley of Bogle-L'Ouverture Publications for the work that he and his late wife, Jessica Huntley, have contributed to Black British culture, to the African-Caribbean diaspora, globally, in the fields of radical book publishing, education, cultural heritage sector, and for their pioneering grassroots community and socio-political activism.
|· Jamaica Heritage|
|· Bis Publications|
|· The Black Treasure Chest|
|· Conscious Dreams Publishing|
|· Pepukayi Book Distribution|