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Commemorative National Black Writers Conference Posters 

Our gift price $15.00 US each item separately

Perfect addition for classroom decor or for your personal collection!

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National Black Writers Conference Commemorative Pens

(1) Commemorative pen for the National Black Writers Conference. Black, capped.

 Inscription reads:
“National Black Writers Conference”

(2) Commemorative pen for the National Black Writers Conference.

Inscription reads:

“The Center for Black Literature
at Medgar Evers College, CUNY 
National Black Writers Conference”

Our gift price $20.00 US each separately


Totes:

(1) CBL Biodegradable Jute Tote – features a stylish, 2-tone design and comfort-grip cotton handles. The interior is laminated for enhanced durability. Natural and biodegradable jute material.

Item size: 13″ w x 15″h x 5″d.
Our gift price $30.00 US

(2) CBL Classic Tote– This classic, durable canvas tote is something you will appreciate for years to come. It’s the perfect carry-all for shopping and day trips. Great features make it an extraordinary value: double-layered reinforced bottom and wrap-around handles, strap height of 13″ allows for easy shoulder access, inside zippered pocket for keys, change, and receipts, roomy front center pocket, and two side pockets. Biodegradable, premium 16 oz. cotton canvas.

Item size: 19″w x 15″h x 9″d.

Our gift price $50.00 US

Publications & Books Available:

TheKillens Review of Arts & Letters is published twice a year by The Center for Black Literature (CBL) at Medgar Evers College, of the City University of New York.
Vol. II
Issue 1, Fall/ Winter 2012 – In this issue: Reconstructing the Master Narrative
Our gift price $20.00 US
74 pp/ paper

 


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NEW!
Tales of Our Times: An Anthology
Edited by Donna Hill, Fred Beauford, and Brenda M. Greene
ISBN- 13: 978-0-578-10451-5
96 pp. paper/ 2012
Includes standard shipping.
Funny,sad, heartwarming and always enlightening, this amazing collection of stories, from an even more amazing group of women, represents the treasured memories that are the foundation of our culture and history.
Listings: American Literature- African American
Authors – Biography – Congresses – History and
Criticism – Race Identity

 

Our gift price $50.00 US






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Resistance and Transformation: Conversations with Black Writers,

edited by Dr. Brenda M. Greene, along with novelist/essayist Fred Beauford, and published by Morton Books, Inc. These conversations are from the proceedings of the 2008 Ninth Black Writers Conference. This book documents some of the ideas discussed at the Ninth Conference and explores the major theme current in today’s literary world.
It is a must-read for anyone studying or teaching black literature and/or African American studies.
ISBN: 978-1-929188-21-5
1-929188-21-8
194 pp. paper/ 2010
Our gift price $50.00 US










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Meditations and Ascensions: Black Writers on Writing
“This publication is an outgrowth of the Eighth
National Black Writers Conference, “Black Literature: Expanding Conversations on Race, Identity, History and Genre”, which was sponsored by the Center for Black Literature at Medgar Evers College from March 30 through April 2, 2006.” – Introd.
Published by Third World Press

ISBN- 13: 978-0-88378-296-5
ISBN- 10: 0-88378-2960
204 pp. paper/ 2008
Our gift price $50.00 US

Listings: American Literature- African American
Authors – Biography – Congresses – History and
Criticism – Race Identity









DVDs Available

tenth annual NBWC

Event Date: Thursday, March 25 – Sunday, March 28, 2010 
The Center for Black Literature at MEDGAR EVERS COLLEGE, CUNY, Presents 
The Tenth National Black Writers Conference
And Then We Heard the Thunder:
Black Writers Reconstructing Memories and Lighting the Way
HONORARY CHAIR Toni Morrison Nobel Prize- Winning Author 
Panels, Roundtables, Conversations, Talkshops, Readings and Storytelling
Video Footage of Select Panels and Programs
Gift cost $20.00 US per DVD

See List of DVDs.








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Event Date: Wednesday, March 28- Sunday, March 30, 2008
The Center for Black Literature at MEDGAR EVERS COLLEGE presents
The Ninth National Black Writers Conference:Black Writers: Reading and Writing to Transform Their Lives and the World –  panel discussions, readings, workshops andconversations to focus on the ways in which black writers use literature to transform their lives and the larger global community. Inspired in 1986 by the late John Oliver Killens, the National Black Writers Conference was convened to bring together writers, critics, book-sellers, book reviewers, and thegeneral public to discuss issues affecting black writers. Since1986 the National Black Writers Conferences at Medgar Evers College have attracted a wide range of writers and scholars from the African Diaspora.
Video Footage of Select Panels and Programs
Gift cost $20.00 US per DVD 
See List of DVDs.

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