A Bound Woman Is A Dangerous Thing: the book tour

2020 Dates City Event Type
Jan 14 Worldwide A Bound Woman Is a Dangerous Thing 2020 PAPERBACK RELEASE
Jan 20 Washington, DC Reading, book signing, & performance at Not Just Another Day Off at The Folger Shakespeare Library at 10am – reserve your spot
Mar 4 Burlington, VT Reading, book signing, & discussion at The Building a Better Activist program at the University of Vermont
Mar 5-8 New Orleans, LA The International Society for the Study of Narrative Conference
Mar 26-28 Washington, DC Split This Rock Poetry Festival: Poems of Provocation and Witness
     
2019 Dates    
Jan 9 NEW YORK CITY, NY Bookstr – Facebook Live Interview with Joshunda Saunders
Jan 15 WORLDWIDE Book Release – A Bound Woman Is a Dangerous Thing
Jan 16 LEXINGTON, KY Reading & book signing at Brier Books 
Feb 1 WASHINGTON, DC Reading & book signing at Politics and Prose Bookstore at 7pm
Feb 2 RESTON, VA Reading & book signing at Scrawl Books – Get Woke Book Club at 11am
Feb 5 PHILADELPHIA, PA Reading, discussion & book signing with Feminista Jones at Philadelphia Free Library
Feb 7 CHAPEL HILL, NC Reading & book signing at Flyleaf Books Reading at 7pm
Feb 9-10 WINSTON-SALEM, NC Moveable Feast, with book signing at Bookmarks & Footnote at 7pm
Feb 10 (reoccurring) C SPAN AND BOOKTV A Bound Woman Is a Dangerous Thing reading at Politics and Prose Bookstore in Washington, DC airing at 11pm on C SPAN2
Feb 12 SPARTANBURG, SC Reading & book signing at Hub City Bookshop at 7pm
Feb 14 ASHEVILLE, NC Reading & book signing at Malaprop’s Bookstore at 6pm
Feb 20 KANSAS CITY, MO Reading & book signing at Kansas City Public Library
Feb 22 STAMFORD, CT Reading, book signing, & discussion at Westhill Highschool
Feb 23 NEW YORK, NY Reading, book signing, & workshop at Women Writers in Bloom Poetry Salon
Mar 8 CHARLOTTE, NC Reading & book signing at the Gantt Center for African American Art and Culture
Mar 9 CHARLOTTE, NC Writer’s Workshop at the Gantt Center for African American Art and Culture
Mar 10 PHILADELPHIA, PA Reading, book signing, & discussion with Kimberly A. Collins at Uncle Bobbies Coffee and Books
Mar 14 BALTIMORE, MD Enoch Pratt Library with CityLit Project at 7pm
Mar 15 PHILADELPHIA, PA The Awbury Arboretum reading/exhibit w/Colored Girls Museum. RSVP Required
Mar 17 PHILADELPHIA, PA The Colored Girls Museum RSVP Required
Mar 21 CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA The Virginia Festival of the Book Leading Lives, in Bondage or FreeUnseen yet Unstoppable: Documentary Poetry
Mar 23 LAWRENCE, KS The Project on the History of Black Writing at Crystal’s Spot
Mar 24 LAWRENCE, KS The Project on the History of Black Writing at Lawrence Public Library
Mar 25 KANSAS CITY, MO Reading & book signing at Bruce R. Watkins Cultural Heritage Center with Glenn North
Mar 27-30 PORTLAND, OR Panels AWP -R225. Teaching Alternative Writing Workshop Models  — S294Gender and Authority: Teaching Under the Male Gaze
Apr 2 DURHAM, NC Reading & discussion on Left to Black at the John Hope Franklin Center at Duke University with Mark Anthony Neal
Apr 10 ATLANTA, GA Reading & book signing at Spelman College
Apr 11 ATLANTA, GA Reading & book signing at Charis Books
Apr 12 ATLANTA, GA Panel discussion at the Lost Southern Voices Festival
Apr 12-13 LEXINGTON, KY Private Event
Apr 23 SAN FRANCISCO, CA Reading, book signing, and discussion at the California Institute for Integral Studies
Apr 25 LOS ANGELES, CA Keynote address & reading at the University of Southern California 2nd Annual mHealth Collabratory Symposium
Apr 25 LOS ANGELES, CA Reading at Chevaliers with Donna Spruijt-Metz, DaMaris Hill, Joseph Rios and Brendan Constantine at 7pm
Apr 26 CHICAGO, IL Reading, book signing, and discussion at The Seminary Co-op Bookstores at 6pm
May 14 PARIS, FR Reading in English & French at University of Sorbonne Nouvelle  Institut du Monde Anglophone, 5 rue de l’Ecole de Médecine, 75006 Paris at 5.30 pm
May 15 LILLE, FR Creative Writing Workshop on Digital Culture at University of Lille/ Universite de Lille
May 15 LILLE, FR Reading in English & French at University of Lille/ Universite de Lille
May 21-24 NANTES, FR Keynote Address with the French Association for American Studies – “Disciplines/Indisciplines”
Jun 11 DALLAS, TX Reading at LiNight with Mitchell S. Jackson and Sanderia Faye
Jun 16-22 HARRISONBURG, VA Celebrating Nikki Giovanni The Living Truth: The Life and Work of Nikki Giovanni” at the Furious Flower Poetry Center at James Madison University
Jun 29 NEW YORK CITY, NY Reading & book signing at Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
Sept 6-8 BROOKLYN, NY Reading, panel discussion & book signing at Brooklyn Caribbean Literary Festival
Sep 19 NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ Reading & panel discussion at Rutgers University, Hageman Hall  4:30pm to 6pm
Sep 20-21 LEXINGTON, KY Reading, workshop & book signing at Kentucky Women Writers Conference
Sep 27-28 WASHINGTON, DC FURIOUS FLOWER 25 GALA – attending
Oct 1 LEXINGTON, KY Reading & book signing at Kentucky Great Writers series at the Carnegie Center
Oct 3 LEXINGTON, KY A discussion on Carnegie Classics featuring The Color People
Oct 11 NEW YORK CITY, NY Reading & book signing at Pete’s Candy Store in Williamsburg (Brooklyn)
Oct 13 ELIZABETH, NJ “Sip, Sample & Read” at First Republic Lounge
Oct 25-26 SYRACUSE, NY Reading & discussion for Spoken Word Poetry Institute at Syracuse University
Nov 2 NEW YORK CITY, NY Well Read Black Girl Literary Festival in Brooklyn
Nov * TWITTER/WEB DBLAC ORG DBLAC –Digital Black Lit (Literatures & Literacies) and Composition
Nov 7 SALISBURY, MD “400 Years of Resilience” – University of Maryland Eastern Shore 
Nov 8 ———————— Conversation with Callista Buchen and poets at Franklin College – Noon
Nov 16 LEXINGTON, KY Kentucky Book Fair at the Alltech Arena in Lexington
Nov 19 ORLANDO, FL Reading & discussion for the Visiting Writers Series at Valencia College, East Campus
Nov 21 WASHINGTON, DC Discussion for “Unincarcerated” a PEN/Faulkner Foundation Literary Conversation
Nov 22 NEW ORLEANS, LA Reading & book signing at Words & Music Literary Festival
Dec 3 TWITTER/WEB DBLAC ORG DBLAC –Digital Black Lit (Literatures & Literacies) and Composition