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Contact: Loretta Norris
"Who Will Tell Our Story?
Who We Really Are Will Not Be Televised"
Black Writers on Tour Celebrates its Tenth Annual Conference!
Los Angeles, CA (April 2, 2005). Black Writers Conference.
Meet more than 4,000 authors from across the country. Between 6,000 and 7,000 attendees expected to participate. This will be the largest conference yet!
You will meet over 6,000 readers, aspiring writers, book club members, publishers, printers, literary agents and editors from major publishing houses who will attend.
What: Black Writers on Tour
When: April 2, 2005
Where: LAX Radisson,
6225 West Century Blvd.,
Los Angeles, CA 90303
Free for the Public
~A Forum of writers-Age 65 to 100
~Healing Hurting Men and Women Seminar
~Poetry Jam Competition-win cash!
~Author exhibits and book signings
~Children's Writing Class Children's Writing Contest
~Children's Writing Contest and Presentation
~Graphic Designers' Showcases
*Claud Anderson, Keynote Speaker
*Legend Children Who Write
*Ilyasah Shabazz and May May Ali
*10 Writers Workshop
*Erotica Writing Contest
*Open Mike Poetry Jam
*Let The Elders Speak (ages 65 to 100)
$ 25.00 Breakfast Roundtable with self-published and mainstream authors.
$ 45.00 Luncheon with Keynote Speaker, Claud Anderson
$ 50.00 10 Writers' Workshops
$100.00 All day seminar pass.
___ Package #1 $ 50.00 one seminar
___ Package #2 $100.00 for all seminars
___ Package #3 $125.00 pass for all seminars, breakfast and roundtable
discussion with self-published and mainstream authors
___ Package #4 $150.00 pass for all seminars, breakfast & roundtable and lunch
with keynote speaker Dr. Claud Anderson
All major credit cards accepted.
Make checks payable to:
Black Writers on Tour
1425 W. Manchester Blvd., Suite C
Los Angeles, CA 90047
for seminar schedule, etc.
"Believe me when I tell you. You don't want to miss this conference! There is something for the whole family, even for Granny. It's a family affair. I believe that literacy is everybody's business. Knowledge is to ignorance as life is to death."
Dr. Rosie Milligan, Founder of Black Writers on Tour
www.milliganbooks.com and www.blackwritersontour.com