(Linoleum Cut Print by Margaret Taylor Goss Burroughs [American, 1917–2010])
Featuring Tonya Lyles, Chandra Washington, Cindy Elizabeth, and Amanda Johnston
More to be announced.
Sponsored by Red Salmon Arts
This Café Libro we celebrate Black Herstory Month by honoring, reading, singing, reciting the original and curated work of Black women authors, writers, artists, musicians, and cultural creators.
Café Libro: Red Salmon Arts boasts the longest running literary venue in the city of Austin. Continuing the multi-decade tradition of open-mike series such as the Eastside/Southside Poetic Action and Canto Libre, Café Libro provides a forum for emerging and established proponents of spoken word. These readings feature talented writers ranging in ages from 9 to 80. Café Libro offers local writers/artists an opportunity to build self-confidence and performance skills by presenting their work to the communities of Austin.
This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.
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All events are free and open to the public at Resistencia Bookstore