Join Us At BloggerWeek 2016!

Join Us At BloggerWeek 2016!

Good evening, my readers. It’s another Monday evening, and here I am about to perturb your inbox. But, it is for a good reason. As some of you are aware, I will be at BloggerWeek 2016 in Washington, D.C. presenting on a topic with my co-panelist Yalanda Lattimore of Dryerbuzz.com on “Economic Justice in A Post-Obama Black America” The session will be from 12noon-1pm. I will be at the conference both days: Friday and Saturday. So I will be attending sessions, and talking with other bloggers. And yes, I will have copies of both of my books on hand in...

Harlem Writer’s Guild Presents ‘Voices of Poetry’ At Countee Cullen

Good evening, everyone. Yes, I know I dropped a post last night, but I just have more to share with you. It’s August, and I usually get reflective around this time of year. Blame #leoseason. *Smile*  Anyway, on to the reason for this entry. Last Thursday, I attended an event presented by the Harlem Writer’s Guild at Countee Cullen Library called ‘Voices of Poetry’. I submitted a piece about the event to Harlem World Magazine, and it was published today. I’d like to thank them for running the story, as I look to branch out a little bit as a...

Marc Polite Interviewed on Virgo Girl Media

Greetings my readers. I hope all is well with you. I just wanted to let you know that I have been featured over at Virgo Girl Media. I was chosen as one of the people on VGM’s #Meet50Bloggers tour, and I had a lot to say about recent events. I did an in-depth interview touching on my blogging origins, my books, and what I would like to do next. If you have some time, please do take a look at it. The link is below: Meet Blogger and Author Marc Polite I’d like to say thank you to Missy Salick of...
Harlem Book Fair 2016 Wrap Up

Harlem Book Fair 2016 Wrap Up

The 2016 Harlem Book Fair, convened Saturday on 135th street as it has in past years. A major literary event in the Harlem community, the fair also draws visitors from around the country. This year, I participated as an attendee, roaming around the avenues to see the assortment of vendors present at this year’s event. Among the vendors I saw present were the National Writer’s Union, Calabar Imports, and Revolution Books. I also saw a few authors present. Among them were Dara Kalima, Eartha Watts-Hicks, Haikeem Stokes, Taylor Bideau, and Omar Tyree. Literary personalities like Troy Johnson, the founder of...