[News Flash] March 29, 2020

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Interview with Guest Author DJ Lee

News from the Class of 2020 Debs:

Lisa Braxton was thrilled to receive a glowing review of  The Talking Drum from Foreword magazine, a reference publication for booksellers and librarians looking to choose books to stock on their shelves. The review will be published in the May/June issue.

Kathleen West is sad, but not surprised to share that her March events at Lit Lovers’ Night Out are canceled. She will be happy to stop into either Excelsior Bay Books or Valley Bookseller to sign copies — all while sanitized and maintaining a six-foot distance from booksellers.
karen-osborne Karen Osborne was nominated for a Nebula for her short story, “The Dead, In Their Uncontrollable Power,” published last March in Uncanny Magazine. And she got her ARCs! Maybe I’ll put a photo in this week….
Yodassa Williams is hoping everyone remains safe, and is sending out the signal for podcasts and blogs that would like to feature her Black Girl Magic adventure, The Goddess Twins
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Yodassa Williams is a powerful conjurer of black girl magic (70% Jedi, 30% Sith). A Jamaican American writer, speaker, and award winning performing storyteller, alumna of the VONA/Voices Travel Writing program and creator of the podcast ‘The Black Girl Magic Files’, Yodassa (Yoda) launched ‘Writers Emerging' in 2019, a wilderness writing retreat for women of color and non-binary people of color. In 2020, Yodassa's debut YA Fantasy, The Goddess Twins, will be published by Spark Press. She grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio and currently resides in the Bay Area.

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