POSTPONED due to COVID until Tuesday, March 8, 2022
Cocktail hour: 6-7 pm; Panel discussion: 7-8 pm
Cliff Dwellers Club, 200 S. Michigan Ave., 22nd floor penthouse—overlooking Millennium Park!
Free, open to the public; Free appetizers, cash bar
Syed Afzal Haider, Moderator, is a prolific author and founder of the Chicago Quarterly Review.
Tsehaye Hébert is a nationally acclaimed citizen playwright and a cultural architect whose work nuances and centers the African American experience. Her devotion to craft, and access brings her unique voice to the fore with hybrid, quirky stories of Black American life.
E. Hughes received her MFA+MA from the Litowitz Creative Writing Program at Northwestern University. She has been published in Guernica Magazine, Poet Lore and Wildness Magazine, ang others. Her first manuscript of poems is titled Black Women Standing Ankle-Deep in Pacific Water.
LeVan D. Hawkins is a performance artist and a published poet and writer. His prose has appeared in many prominent publications, and he has received several fellowships. Currently, he’s working on What Men Do, a memoir.
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For more information, contact Greg Borzo: (312) 636-8968; firstname.lastname@example.org