Lost Mothers: Memoirs of Longing

Stephen D. Hyers Theater, Greensboro Cultural Center 200 N Davie Street, GREENSBORO, NC

*All events are FREE, but we do ask that you please register so that we can monitor attendance and venue capacity.* With ELISHEBA HAQQ and MEGAN CULHANE GALBRAITH. Hosted by LEE ZACHARIAS. You May also be interested in:  • Memoir Plus: A Conversation on Hybrid Memoir • $ WORKSHOP Down the Rabbit Hole of Your Own Life: A Creative […]

Free

A Conversation on Publishing for People of Color

Scuppernong Books 304 S Elm Street, Greensboro, NC

*All events are FREE, but we do ask that you please register so that we can monitor attendance and venue capacity.* With CRYSTAL SIMONE SMITH and ASHLEY LUMPKIN. You may also be interested in: •  Whatever Wholeness Means: Poetry in an Age of Separation CRYSTAL SIMONE SMITH is the author of two poetry chapbooks, Routes Home, Finishing Line […]

Free

Everywhere We Belong

Greensboro History Museum 130 Summit Avenue, GREENSBORO, NC

*All events are FREE, but we do ask that you please register so that we can monitor attendance and venue capacity.* Three award-winning Black authors bring their unique voices to bear on what it means to be black and male in 21st Century America. Whether writing about unknown facets of the Civil War, a father’s […]

Free

Afternoon Delight

Van Dyke Performance Space, Greensboro Cultural Center 200 N Davie Street, Greensboro, NC

*All events are FREE, but we do ask that you please register so that we can monitor attendance and venue capacity.* Say goodbye to your mom's harlequin bodice rippers, romance has gotten a makeover! From sleek new cover designs you actually want on your shelf (so long, busty corsets!) to rethinking what romance storytelling can […]

Free

The Truth about Disability: What We Don’t Talk About

Stephen D. Hyers Theater, Greensboro Cultural Center 200 N Davie Street, GREENSBORO, NC

*All events are FREE, but we do ask that you please register so that we can monitor attendance and venue capacity.* Around 20% of Americans live with a disability, but for many disability remains a taboo subject. Too often, the complex experiences of the disabled are reduced to pity or inspiration. On this panel, three […]

Free

$ WORKSHOP Down the Rabbit Hole of Your Own Life: A Creative Writing Lab with Laurie Stone

Tannenbaum-Sternberger Room, Greensboro Public Library, Central Branch 219 N Church Street, Greensboro

In this one-session workshop/lab, writers will create a piece of creative writing prompted by a recent experience that may not at first seem dramatic. Writers will work to create a narrative voice that speaks directly to the reader. This voice layers time frames (I felt then, I feel now), and makes something ordinary seem strange […]

$30.00

County of Terror: Alamance in the 19th Century

Greensboro History Museum 130 Summit Avenue, GREENSBORO, NC

*All events are FREE, but we do ask that you please register so that we can monitor attendance and venue capacity.* You may also be interested in: • An Conversation with Nikole Hannah-Jones • Images of Justice and Power • Truth Tellers documentary presentation •A Conversation on Publishing for People of Color • Whatever Wholeness […]

Free

King of the Blues

Stephen D. Hyers Theater, Greensboro Cultural Center 200 N Davie Street, GREENSBORO, NC

*All events are FREE, but we do ask that you please register so that we can monitor attendance and venue capacity.* Greensboro Bound partners with the Carolina Blues Festival to bring an engaging conversation with DANIEL de VISÉ on the life and legacy of B. B. King. De Vise, whose previous book, Andy and Don: […]

Free

A Conversation with Nikole Hannah-Jones

Harrison Auditorium, NC A&T 1009 Bluford Street, Greenbsoro, NC

**THIS EVENT IS SOLD-OUT**   *All events are FREE, but we do ask that you please register so that we can monitor attendance and venue capacity.* A Conversation with NIKOLE HANNAH-JONES is the culminating event in the History Of Redlining In East Greensboro: Conversations About Our City's Past And Present series. This keynote event for the F.D. Bluford Library […]

Free

Images of Justice and Power

International Civil Rights Center & Museum 134 SElm Street, Greensboro, NC

*All events are FREE, but we do ask that you please register so that we can monitor attendance and venue capacity.* Three artists explore the representation of social justice activism and empowerment through photography and art, documenting the changing face of the social justice landscape and celebrating the success of a movement. With MALAIKA ADERO, ST. […]

Free

Fred Chappell: I Am One of You Forever

Van Dyke Performance Space, Greensboro Cultural Center 200 N Davie Street, Greensboro, NC

*All events are FREE, but we do ask that you please register so that we can monitor attendance and venue capacity.* With and introduction from Ruth Dickey, Executive Director of the National Book Foundation. A viewing of the documentary film by Dr. Michael Frierson, a filmmaker and professor of media studies at UNCG. The movie follows […]

Free

$ WORKSHOP Writing from the Body with Nicole Lungerhausen

Scuppernong Books 304 S Elm Street, Greensboro, NC

As writers, we’re used to pulling from our conscious experiences, memories, and knowledge to inspire and create our work. Our bodies and the subconscious are also wise and rich resources for inspiration and for instilling a sense of joy, possibility, and permission in the writing process. In this workshop, we’ll use exercises focused on the […]

$25