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We are pleased to partner with UNC Asheville's Great Smokies Writing Program and English Department for this event, which will be held at in Lipinsky Auditorium on the UNCA campus.

An Evening with N. K. Jemisin, author of The City We Became
Join us Thursday, March 26 at 6:30 pm when N.K Jemisin presents her new novel, THE CITY WE BECAME (on sale March 24, 2020).

https://www.malaprops.com/event/ticketed-nk-jemisin-presents-city-we-became-unca

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11th Annual MOTOR City BLACK AGE of Comics/Manga Con

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    11th Annual MOTOR City BLACK AGE of Comics/Manga Con

    IT'S THE 11TH YEAR EVERYONE!!!! MAKE SURE YOURE THERE...
    THE MOTOR CITY BLACK AGE XI 2020
    The Movement Continues YEAR XI of the Motor City Black Age of Comics Convention… Come out and meet Creators/ Artists/ Writers/ Animators of color and other like minds of those that are under represented in the mainstream of the Comic Book and Animation industries. We will have Panel Discussions, Documentaries, Art , Writing and…

  • Created by: Jarvis Sheffield, M.Ed

Blerdcon 2020

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    Blerdcon is back with it's 4th annual event themed "Chocolate City"! Come join us for gaming, panels, workshops, screenings, concerts, comedy shows, parties, BBQs, food trucks, celebrities, cosplay and fellowship! Headquartered at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City in Arlington, Va, we will indulge in all the Blerdacity that makes a city like DC.......CHOCOLATE!!

    Jul 17, 2020 at 12 PM – Jul 19, 2020 at 4 PM EDT

    2799 Jefferson Davis Highway, Arlington, Virginia 22202

  • Created by: Jarvis Sheffield, M.Ed
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