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Pygmalion Festival Preview



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This weekend we'll be attending The Pygmalion Festival in Champaign-Urbana, IL for the second year in a row! Joining us will be author of The Reactive (our hot summer release) Masande NtshangaMasande officially started his U.S. book tour at the Brooklyn Book Festival last weekend where he participated in a Book End Event with writer Naomi Jackson. You can check out all the deets of where/when he'll be on our website.

At Pygmalion, stop by the roving, interactive book fair that is Book Fort on Saturday, Sept. 24 from 11am - 4pm @ The Accord. We'll be alongside a host of rad presses, including:

The festival also put together a stellar lineup of music. When I'm not slingin' books or attending readings, I'll be trying to catch some shows. I would love to see Alvvays perform <3. 

Posted by Brett Gregory on 22 September, 2016 Alvvays, Book Fort, Champaign-Urbana, Masande Ntshanga, Pygmalion Festival, The Reactive | 0 comments
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