Calling all Washington DC Metro Area! Book Industry Professionals!

Jul 20th, 2009 | By | Category: Books, Vending
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You are cordially invited to attend the launch of the Black Book Coalition hosted by MahoganyBooks, The Renaissance Group, LLC and the Hurston/Wright Foundation.

Join us for an evening of light fare, mingling and networking as we celebrate our area’s wealth of literary talent. If you’re a book industry professional, this is an event you won’t want to miss! Take a moment to meet area publicists, best selling authors, publishers and more…all under one roof at the hip Ulah Bistro on U Street in Washington DC.

Mission: The Black Book Coalition was founded by MahoganyBooks in conjunction with The Renaissance Group, LLC, The Hurston/Wright Foundation “to achieve success and value for our literary community through the use of our combined talents and expertise.”

CLICK HERE TO RSVP: Black Book Coalition Group

For more information: contact MahoganyBooks at Info@MahoganyBooks.com or by phone at 703.730.3873

About the Founders:

MahoganyBooks – created by an enterprising husband and wife duo in the Washington DC area, MahoganyBooks is positioned to become the premier online destination for all books relevant to the African Diaspora. Coupling a dynamic social networking community, robust inventory selection, easy to use website and provocative literary content, MahoganyBooks is the ideal online bookstore dedicated to “Books, Community, Words & You.”

The Renaissance Group, LLC – comprised of Lee McDonald (former Karibu Marketing Director) and Charlotte Reid (CEO/Founder of Intimate Interiors) is a strategic marketing and event management firm. With over 30 years of outstanding professional event development and implementation experience, TRG specializes in communications, brand development, public relations and community outreach.

Hurston/Wright Foundation – is the nation’s resource center for writers, readers, and supporters of Black literature. The only organization of its kind that provides culturally sensitive services and guidance for Black writers at every stage of their development.

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