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Events Bonanza!



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This weekend is gonna be HUGE. We'll be at TWO of our most beloved cultural events in North America—the Brooklyn Book Festival (NY) and Independents' Day (Columbus, OH). 

BKBF | Radio WavesThe Brooklyn Book Festival is a literary staple, and we are pumped to be there again. This year's festival includes panels featuring two TDR authors, Masande Ntshanga (The Reactive) and Mark de Silva (Square Wave).

Independents' Day might be the best festival of the year Independents' Day | Radio Wavesin Columbus. Taking place in the Franklinton Arts District, Independents' Day has acrobatic shows, skate ramps, mini-golf, a plethora of craft breweries and food trucks, fireworks, and five stages featuring non-stop music FOR TWO WHOLE DAYS.

Pygmalion Festival | Radio WavesNext weekend we'll be at Pygmalion Festival in Urbana-Champaign, IL. It will be our second year attending this wonderful music & lit based festival. The lineup looks rad, and the festival features a ton of stellar presses and writers—including a reading by Masande Ntshanga. Be sure to stop by the Book Fair on SAT (9/24)!

We're also super excited that Masande Ntshanga will be traveling all the way from South Africa for a North American tour and might be coming to your town!

Below are the events we have confirmed so far for Masande, with possibly a couple more being added in the near-future.

 Masande Ntshanga, author of The Reactive (Two Dollar Radio) 

*Brooklyn Book Festival Book End Event*
MASANDE NTSHANGA | The Reactive
"Far From Home," A conversation with Naomi Jackson

Saturday, September 17, 3pm
Barnes & Noble—Court Street
106 Court St., Brooklyn, NY
BrooklynBookFestival.org

MASANDE NTSHANGA | The Reactive
Capital University

Wednesday, September 21
Bexley, OH

MASANDE NTSHANGA | The Reactive
Beeler Gallery | Columbus College of Art & Design

Thursday, September 22
Columbus, OH
BeelerGallery.org

MASANDE NTSHANGA | The Reactive
Pygmalion Festival

Friday/Saturday, September 23/24
Urbana-Champaion, IL
ThePygmalionFestival.com

Masande Ntshanga at Edgewood College

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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