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On The Dial | Masande Ntshanga's U.S. Book Tour



Masande Ntshanga | Radio Waves

Author of The Reactive, Masande Ntshanga, has been tearing across the Midwest since starting his U.S. book tour in New York last weekend. He's already hit Ohio, Illinois, and Iowa. This week he'll be rounding out the Silicorn Valley region before heading to Georgia, and finally to San Francisco. Check the remaining dates below!


MASANDE NTSHANGA | The Reactive
Daytrotter

Village Theatre
Monday, September 26 | 7:00pm
Davenport, IA
Daytrotter.com

MASANDE NTSHANGA | The Reactive
Scout

Tuesday, September 27 | 8:00pm
Iowa City, IA
Scout on FB

MASANDE NTSHANGA | The Reactive
Edgewood College

329 Predolin
Wednesday, September 28 | 6:30pm
Madison, WI

MASANDE NTSHANGA | The Reactive
With Toni Nealie, author of The Miles Between Me
Curbside Books + Records

125 S. Clark St.
Thursday, September 29
Chicago, IL
CurbsideSplendor.com

MASANDE NTSHANGA | The Reactive
Literature is Alive! @ Emory University

Monday, October 3
Atlanta, GA
Literature is Alive on Facebook

MASANDE NTSHANGA | The Reactive
University of Georgia & Avid Bookshop

Cine
234 W. Hancock Ave.
Tuesday, October 4
Athens, GA

MASANDE NTSHANGA | The Reactive
City Lights Booksellers
Wednesday, October 12 | 6pm
261 Columbus Ave.
San Francisco, CA
CityLights.com

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