BLMS Reads: Local Literature
Thursday, August 26th, 2021, from 7:30 to 9 p.m.
Black Lives Matter Sudbury is pleased to present the third installment of BLMS Reads: Local Literature IN PERSON!
Join us on Thursday, August 26th, from 7:30 to 9 PM at Sudbury Indie Cinema (162 MacKenzie St) for a night of literary arts (Doors open at 7 p.m. Bar and Concessions throughout)
Spaces are limited, so click here to pre-register today with up to 5 of your friends/family to save your seats today! (FREE)
In collaboration with Latitude 46 and Prise de Parole, we are excited to announce two separate manuscript submission opportunities for both anglophone and francophone BIPOC writers! Stop by the Local Literature event or tune in to our Facebook Livestream for more details.
Are you a local BIPOC writer, poet, spoken word, or literary artist?
BLMS is searching for literary artists at all stages of their careers to present excerpts from their work.
BLM Sudbury Reads!
Virtual events each month from June to September
This summer, we are launching Black Lives Matter Reads, a literary series geared to increase awareness of Black Canadian authors in all genres.
We will introduce you to new and seasoned Black Canadian authors, as well as local BIPOC writers with stories that we know are not often heard within mainstream society.