Mark the date! The 2nd Annual phati’tude African American Literary Festival returns to the Queens Library’s Langston Hughes Community Library & Cultural Center on Saturday, February 23, 2013. Our one-day festival is fast becoming Queens’ preeminent literary festival and an essential part of New York City’s literary calendar. CHECK OUT LAST YEAR’S VIDEO!
This is a preliminary overview of the “Celebrating Afro-Caribbean Poets and Writers,” Festival and is subject to change as we continue to research and coordinate with participants for their input, so check back with our website for additional information as we get closer to the event. This year’s Festival, “Celebrating Afro-Caribbean Poets and Writers,” examines […]
The Annual phati’tude African American Literary Festival wouldn’t be possible without the valuable contributions of our dedicated volunteers, and we are grateful for all they do. These book-loving bunch of people are essential to the Festival’s success. Volunteers typically include high school students, writers, undergraduate and graduate students from institutions of higher education, retirees and […]