A festive day is expected by all who attend this year’s Los Angeles Black Book Expo (LABBX). This year, the expo celebrates the diversity of the written and spoken word along with promoting emerging authors, poetry performances in our Spoken Worlds pavilion, a children’s corner, engaging panel discussions and workshops with more to come.
The L.A. Black Book Expo will be held Saturday, August 17 from 12 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. inside the Los Angeles Convention Center. Featured guests scheduled to appear are Dr. Letitia Wright, host of The Wright Place; Literary agent and editor, Steven Huston; Bassist and author Russel Blake; C.Sade Turnipseed, Founder and Executive Director of Kharafe, Inc; plus a lineup of workshops and speakers.
For the ninth year, the Black Book Expo has been on the rise attracting prominent and celebrity authors across the nation. The mission of the expo is to expose the public to independently published books, encourage reading, and to showcase authors, editors, publishers, scholars, and writers. In addition, sponsors include California Crusader Newspaper, along with media partner KLIQ 1670 AM.
This is a free event and open to all who are ready to come, evolve and experience something great!
For more information please visit www.labbx.org.
Potential sponsors are encouraged to contact the Expo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Los Angeles Black Book Expo
The Los Angeles Black Book Expo through their fiscal sponsor, the African Diaspora Foundation is a 501(c) (3) organization. On June 2004 the Black Book Expo was created to celebrate the written word, promote literacy and to showcase new and established authors, storytellers, spoken word artists, children’s book authors, emerging writers, publishers, booksellers, editors and book reviewers local and nationwide.