#BLKGRRRL Book Fair 2018

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Blk Grrrl Book Fair, February 2018, Brooklyn,  New York

 

In the past two years over 2,000 members of a diverse public have came to experience  the unique, eclectic, feminist and funky experience of the BGBF in Los Angeles and now we’re coming to Brooklyn.

Creating an all-inclusive environment included encouraging people to bring their children and providing kid-friendly spaces in the event. [Lo]  notes that if kids aren’t welcome, then women with children may be excluded from participating.” ~L.A. Weekly in  Liz Ohanesian article titled, When Race Meets Feminism.

Blk Grrrl Book Fair initiative, organized by [black, feminist, poet] and journalist Teka-Lark [Lo]…I’d like to say that the Blk Grrrl Book Fair… was one of the liveliest events I’ve witnessed in a long time.” ~ Art News in Amelia Jones article, titled, On Sexism in the Art World.

2018 is  being planned with a collaboration of feminist and literary art groups.

We’re are open to sponsorship opportunities.

I had a blast and my zines were well received.” ~ Lisa Diane Wedgeworth, Tall Art Girl, a vendor and exhibitor.

“It was our pleasure, thanks very much for having us there! Anything else coming up, events and tabling, please let us know.  Thanks again, and onward!” ~ Steven,  PM Press, a vendor.

The Blk Grrrl Book Fair idea was founded by writer and poet Teka-Lark Lo.

Some of our past exhibitors:

AfroPuff
TallGirlArt
PM Press
LA Review of Books
Seite Books
Earth Realm Comics
KPFK Feminist Magazine
Kaya Press
Tia Chucha Press
Los Angeles Queer Resistance
Make/Shift Magazine
Zoe Vintique
MFA Creative Writing Mount St Mary’s College
BAILA (Black Artists Living in Los Angeles)
FLOW (Feminist Library on Wheels)
IMIX Bookstore
WCCW (Women Center for Creative Work)

For updates and more information on the Blk Grrrl Book Fair visit http://www.blkgrrrl.com or Twitter by using hashtag: #BlkGrrrl.

For more information please contact Liz Wong
at blkgrrrlshow@gmail.com or call 213-842-0474.

The Blk Grrrl Book Fair is an example of what inclusivity looks like.

 

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