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Ashay Speaks by Ashay

BOOK RELEASE: ASHAY SPEAKS

December 18, 2019 @ World Stage Press (4321 Degnan Blvd.) Join us for Ashay’s Book Release: Ashay Speaks by Ashay Mathieu Pre-order Ashay Speaks at: https://worldstagepress.org/product/ashay-speaks-by-ashay-mathieu/ Hosted by Hiram Sims 7:30 pm: Show begins 7:45 pm- 9:00pm: Performance by various artists 9:00 pm – 9:45 pm: Reading by Shakirah Peterson 9:45 pm- 10:00 pm: Book signing Reserve your signed copy at: https://ashayspeaks.eventbrite.com About Ashay Speaks: This book emphasizes the cross-pollination of the Black Holocaust, The Holocaust, American enslavement of Africans and the black victims of the Jim Crow era in America. Mathieu shows the parallels of sadness, hideous, plights of these cultures. This book will become a catalyst for change that eliminates an educational dilemma of whitewashing history. Mathieu balances her voice of social justice to a softer passionate cadence for life, music, and love. It will encourage the human spirit to excel during difficult times. About Ashay Mathieu: Ashay Mathieu’s first collection of poetry, Ashay Speaks, will be released in December 2019. Mathieu states that her poetry is representative of the African diaspora’s collective unity.

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BOOK RELEASE: SPACES by Christiana Davis on Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Come join us for the Christiana Davis’ release of her debut novella, SPACES.
Christiana, a View Park native, is a recent graduate of Loyola Marymount. She is currently working as a 2nd Grade Teacher, giving back to her community. She enjoys writing, singing, and dancing!  

Jan. 16, 2019 | the letting of a little water poems and polaroids by Shakirah Peterson

January 16, 2019 @ World Stage Press (4321 Degnan Blvd.) 
Join us for this highly-anticipated work of art: The Letting of a Little Water by Shakirah Peterson. 7:30pm – 8:00pm: Anansi Writers Workshop 8:00pm-8:30pm: Open Mic 8:30pm – 9:00pm: Reading by Shakirah Peterson Pre-order The Letting of a Little Water at www.worldstagepress.org/product/thelettingofalittlewater Reserve your signed copy at https://thelettingofalittlewater.eventbrite.com About The Letting of a Little Water: The Letting of a Little Water is a collection of magnetic poetry and polaroids. Each poem was either written to match the polaroid or the polaroid was taken to match the poem. The Letting of a Little Water is a visual example of being in tune with your emotions and being able to see yourself in the world around you. About Shakirah Peterson: Shakirah Peterson was born and raised in South Central, Los Angeles. Her first collection of poetry and polaroids, The Letting of a Little Water, will be released in January 2019. Her poetry is an example of emotional intelligence; a literal and visual example of being in tune with how you feel. Her only wish is for her words to reach someone, who has a heavy heart that is filled with emotion, and to open up a window that allows them to let go.

Nov. 21 | Book Release Event: Chiron’s Asylum by Nia Chatman

After World War 3, Earth suffered a long-term nuclear winter, that left most of the planet uninhabitable, which forced humans to flee. The American elite were the first to go. While waiting for a massive space station to be built to house them, humans developed a deadly virus called K. West disease. Those left behind used illicit drugs to help cope with the K. West symptoms. By the time the massive space station was completed, human beings had fractured off into two separate groups. The American elite were known as Synths. The others were known as Purists. The year is 2280. The nation of Bliss occupies a large space station, situated outside of New Earth. The Artist Den Colony is a colonial settler group, located on the only habitable land mass on New Earth, an island called Safi. Alice Blackwater is a freshman senator of Artist Den Colony. Trouble is stirring on the island because the government of Bliss is continuing to issue stricter tariffs and taxes on the colony. Infrastructure is failing and the island is exporting all its natural resources to Bliss. More trouble comes her way as they discover Chiron, a young girl from New Earth who has stowed away with them. Chiron is determined to seek asylum on Bliss. Alice and Eris soon discover Chiron’s terrible secret, and the mission becomes clear, they must get Chiron’s asylum.