Join the Black Women’s Writing Society’s March meeting, when Tamara will discuss the process of writing her latest book Dear Black Girl. Tamara co-founded the Writing Society with writer Ebony Chappel. No registration required. Event information coming to https://www.facebook.com/BlackWWS.
Mark your calendars! Charis Books and More, the oldest feminist bookstore in the South, is hosting an event for my next book Dear Black Girl: Letters from Your Sisters on Stepping into Your Power. I am excited to sit down and be interviewed by my dear friend, Deesha Philyaw, author of the National Book Award finalist […]
Tamara and Deesha Philyaw, author of the buzzed-about The Secret Lives of Church Ladies are back together again at White Whale Bookstore. This time discussing writing through a Black femme lens. Included readings from Dear Black Girl. Link and registration info to come. In the meantime, pre-order or purchase Dear Black Girl from White Whale.
Join Detroit’s own Source Bookseller and hear Tamara discuss and read from Dear Black Girl. Link and registration info to come.
Join Bluestockings in New York City and hear Tamara discuss and read from Dear Black Girl. Link and registration info to come. In the meantime, pre-order or purchase Dear Black Girl from Bluestockings.
Loyalty Bookstores in Silver Springs, Md., will host Tamara in discussion with Rochelle Riley, author of the new book, That They Lived. Tamara and Rochelle will talk about writing for a young Black audience. Link and registration info to come. In the meantime, pre-order or purchase Dear Black Girl from Loyalty Bookstores.
Shanon Lee, activist, author, and instructor at The Writer’s Center in Bethesda, Md., will host Tamara as she discusses the craft of nonfiction and reads from Dear Black Girl. Register here.
Penguin Bookshop in Pittsburgh will host Tamara who will read from and discuss her new book Dear Black Girl. Tamara will be joined by Rochelle, author of the book That They Lived, who contributed a letter to Tamara’s book.
When Tamara lived in Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood, 57th St. Books was her favorite haunt. She is thrilled to be hosted by Seminary Co-op/57th St. Books as she talks about and reads from Dear Black Girl. Register and pre-order or purchase your copy of the book.