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Janelle Monáe and collaborating writer Alaya Dawn Johnson
Tue April 19 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm EDT
This program does not include a book signing. A limited number of autographed books will be distributed at random upon checking in at will-call.
From groundbreaking musician, actor, fashion icon and futurist Janelle Monáe and an outstanding group of collaborators comes The Memory Librarian, a collection of short fiction, bringing to the written page the rebellious and Afrofuturistic world of Monáe’s critically acclaimed album Dirty Computer. In conversation with Kimberly Drew, a writer, art curator, activist, and author of This Is What I Know About Art.
with Loyalty Bookstores
This program will run approximately 1 hour.
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