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Dixie Be Damned: 300 Years of Insurrection in the American South is here!. One of the most exciting things about this book is how well it combines solid (and largely unknown) history with both damn good storytelling and a radical analysis that keeps the contemporary relevance of those stories in continual focus. Here’s a little taste: [...]
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Octavia’s Brood co-editor adrienne maree brown is excited to be invited to speak as the keynote of the Afrofuturism Conference at the New School, May 1-3. adrienne will give the first keynote, Saturday morning. Get more information here!
Wildseeds: The New Orleans Octavia Butler Emergent Strategy Collective is excited to bring the co-editors of the groundbreaking anthology, Octavia’s Brood—adrienne maree brown and Walidah Imarisha—to New Orleans to celebrate their book release. Join the editors for a transformative dialogue on science fiction and social justice, as they share stories and questions to help us [...]
Octavia’s Brood co-editor Walidah Imarisha will present on visionary sci fi and the anthology.
Octavia’s Brood co-editor adrienne maree brown will lead a workshop in Emergent Strategy—strategies that explore the way complex systems and patterns emerge out of relatively simple interactions.
Octavia’s Brood co-editor adrienne maree brown will be joined by contributor Morrigan Philips and several of Boston’s most brilliant minds for a Black Brilliance panel/reading and Black to the Future party!
Oregon Humanities will welcome Walidah Imarisha, an educator, writer and spoken word artist, as the guest speaker for their 2015 Think & Drink series. Think & Drink is a series of events designed to inspire individuals to have deep conversations and explore new ideas. In the past, authors such as Cheryl Strayed and Ursula K. Le Guin have led [...]
Octavia’s Brood co-editor adrienne maree brown will be reading at Another Story Bookshop. For more information follow the event on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1579374945672066/
Octavia’s Brood co-editor Walidah Imarisha will facilitate a workshop around collective visioning/writing on social justice issues as part of the Radical Imagination Gynasium workshop series.« Previous Entries