A Bound Woman Is A Dangerous Thing: the book tour

2021TimePlaceEvent Type
Apr 64pm-5pmZoomReading & Conversation w/Ajanet Roundtree on the role of Black Women in Anti-Racism Movement and Black Freedom Struggle at George Mason University
Apr 181pm-4pmHugo HouseZoomPoetry Revision Workshop on #Remix at Hugo House
Apr 214pm-5:30pmUMBC Zoom A Bound Woman? reading and discussion at University of Maryland Baltimore County
Apr 284:15pm-5:30pmUMD ZoomTongues of Fire: Poetry and Voice Positive Schools Center – University of Maryland
Apr 286:30 – ZoomFerguson Library – Stamford, Connecticut 
May 144pmZoomKentucky Reads: The Birds of Opulence book discussion
May 165pmZoomKentucky Reads: The Birds of Opulence book discussion
Jun 15TBAZoomKentucky Reads Kentucky Reads: The Birds of Opulence Panel Interview and Discussion
    
Jan 222pmNerdacityPodcastRecorded reading & discussion
Jan 234pmInstagramDiscussion on IG @nerdacitypodcas
Jan 311pm-4pmHugo HouseZoomWorkshop on Writing Diverse Characters at Hugo House
Feb 57 pmZoomDWC Visiting Writers Series YMCA Central NY
Feb 123:30pm6:30 pmNorthern KY Univ ZoomClassroom discussion / Loch Norse Open Mic Reading, discussion, and open mic 
Feb 134pmZoomPrivate Book Club
Feb 1811am-12pmDCCCZoomReading, book signing, & discussion at Delaware County Community College
Feb 22 7pmThe Midtown Scholar Bookstore Zoom400 Hundred Souls reading and discussion at the Midtown Scholar Bookstore
Feb 266pmVaBHMAZoomReading and tribute with Virginia Black History Month Association
Mar 107pm-9pmUA Poetry Center ZoomRemix  and  Making  Poems  New – A  Revision Writers’ Workshop (all genres welcome)
Mar 107pm-9pmUA Poetry Center ZoomRemix  and  Making  Poems  New – A  Revision Writers’ Workshop (all genres welcome)
Mar 25MacMillanGoogleMacMillan Publishers ZoomReading & discussion with Decolonize Your Mind Book Group at MacMillan Publishers
Mar 27 5pm CSTDallas Literary Festival ZoomReading & discussion with Dr. Kenton Rambsy  Dallas Literary Festival
Mar 315 pm ZoomDiscussion for Two Wings Take Flight:  Writers, Poets, Scholars and Artists Reflect on Randall Keenan’s Breadth