[#UBookishEvents]: July Book Festivals and Conferences!

Summer festival season is upon us. We love any opportunity to meet authors and connect with other readers. Mark your calendars for these events, and make sure your’re there!!

 

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The Harlem Book Fair 2016 is being held this weekend, Saturday, July 16, 2016. This event goes down yearly, and is attended by thousands! To see a list of authors and exhibitors, click the link! Check out the Harlem Book Fair Facebook page for more details!

 

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The National Book Club Conference (NBCC16) is being held at the end of the month in Atlanta. Mark your calendars for July 29-31, 2016 and plan to connect with some of the biggest book clubs and African American Authors.Some of the featured authors include, Lutisha Lovely, ReShonda Tate Billngsley, Lolita Files, Monyetta Shaw, and Brian W. Smith, just to name a few! Click the link ,to get more information about the #NBCC16.

 

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Happening the same weekend as the #NBCC16, is the 2016 Atlanta Chocolate Social featuring the Black Pearls Literacy Excellence Awards. Although this event is not associated with the #NBCDC16, you can hit up both, because they’re happening on the same weekend in the same city!! This event will be attended by authors like Mary B. Morrison, Victoria Christopher Murray, and host of book clubs from across the nation. Click the link, to get more details about the event, and to see a list of book clubs that will be in attendance.

 

Be sure to catch these events, in a city near you. Don’t forget to check out our full list of bookish events, conferences, and festivals here!

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