Horace Mungin Books will attend:
Aiken Wine & Sign Regional Book Signing/Fundraiser event
For Essential Tremor to be held at the Aiken Municipal Building
214 Park Avenue, SW, Aiken, SC 29801
April 27, 2019, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm.
Fun for the entire family.
Author, books, food, wine/beer, sweet tea, raffle
Open to the public.
to benefit the Diann Shaddox Foundation for Essential Tremor
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Author Showcase: 11:00 am, March 9, 2019
Celebrating African Americans in Literature
Local authors will show case their literary works
With readings and book signings
Richland Library
7421 Garners Ferry Rd.
Columbia, SC 29209.

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Horace Mungin Books will attend:
Blythewood, SC Annual Black History Celebration
Saturday, February 23 – 1:30 to 4:30
Doko Manor, Doko Meadows Park
171 Langford Road
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For Knowledge, Understanding and Conciliation

With the goal of encouraging knowledge, understanding and conciliation this Black History for White People poem/lecture series is like receiving an advance African American Study program taught by scholars who has spent their lifetime immersed in the subject matter. And, indeed they have, the lecturers engaged for this initial round of the Black History for White People series are all African American Charlestonians with an impressive array of involvements, experiences and achievements in an America that has long sought to stifle such individual growth.
These presenters have poured their lifetime experiences into this program, so that all who participate will emerge a better person and a better American. This program is formatted to encourage audience participation as a path to a more knowledgeable, more understanding and a new conciliatory beginning to racial harmony.
Black History for White People is a new and experimental program to create knowledge, Understanding and Conciliation between the races. We believe that this is what happens when there is a dialogue to bridge the gaps of suspicion and inequality based on a misunderstanding of history.
Hear Herb Frasier on the Middle Passage, Damon Fordham on Jim Crow; the myth of black inferiority and other matters, Ronda Taylor on the devalued estimation white society held for women of color “Ain’t I a Woman? Imam Abdul-Ali on the wicked uses of the Bible to justify slavery, Kwajdo Campbell on redlining and gentrification and Yvette Murray on Establishing the African American Literary Link
Forums time 1:00pm to 2:15 – All Forums and panels will be moderated by Charleston’s own Osei Chandler – Poems by Horace Mungin
McLeod Plantation
325 Country Club Dr, Charleston, SC 29412
Primary: (843) 762-9508
Dates: Herb Frasier, April 13
Ronda Taylor, May 3
Damon Fordham, May 18
Imam Abdul-Ali, September 28
Kwajdo Campbell & Damon Fordham, November 2
Yvette Murray October, 19
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Manteca: A Modern Bebop Revue is based on the book Swing, Hard Bop, Bop & Bebop by Black Arts Movement author Horace Mungin. The musical was adapted to the stage by Dr. Alvoy Bryant and Kenneth Green, both of Allen University’s Music Department. The revue is schedule to for Sunday, February 24th. At 4:00pm. A reception and book signing will immediately follow. The event is free to the public.

Mantega FlyerHorace Mungin newest book Swing, Hard Bop, Bop & Bebop is being adapted for the stage by Allen University in Columbia, South Carolina. Dr. Alvin Bryan and Professor Kenneth Green of Allen’s Music Department are heading up the effort.

Dr. Bryan is Allen’s Music Departments Coordinator; he studied Music Performance at USC. He has played viola in Symphony orchestras in Greenville and Augusta. Professor Green is a Trumpet professor who studied Music Performance at Indiana University. He leads Allen’s marching band.

The production will feature the music and Bebop jazz artists profiled in Mungin’s book and performed by Allen University’s music students. The play will debut for African American month. It will be recorded to make available to high school in the area and beyond. The date is set for Sunday, February 24, 2019.
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Horace Mungin Books will attend:
Black Ink
Charleston Black Book Fair: September 8, 2018
11:00 – 5:00
Charleston County Main Library
Address: 68 Calhoun St, Charleston, SC 29401
Phone: (843) 805-6930
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Book launching at Buxton Books, 5:30 to 7:00pm,
Friday, September 21, 2018
. 2A Cumberland Street Charleston,
South Carolina 29401 843-834-6575 – Swing, Hard Bop, Bop & Bebop will
become available on this date and at this place. I will read from the book,
take questions and sign copies.
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Horace Mungin will read his Black Liberation Poetry
for the 2018 Moja Festival at the City Gallery, 34
Prioleau St. Charleston, SC. The event will start at 6:30
And end at 7:30pm on Wednesday, October 3rd .
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Horace Mungin will appear at the Piccolo Spoleto Sundown Poetry Series
on May 31 at the Dock street Theater. The poetry reading will commence
at 6:30.
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Horace Mungin books will attend:
Authors Under the Live Oaks: Sat. June 10, 2017 – 9: am to 4: pm
1 Lowcountry LN I-95, exit 33
Yemassee, South Carolina, SC 29945
(843) 717-3090
Hosted by Pat Conroy Literary Center and Pat Conroy Literary Festival
This is a quarterly event, the next dates are:
September 16, 2017
December 9, 2017
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Horace Mungin Books will attend:
Sankofa Festival 2017
July 1, 2017, 2: pm to 8: pm
Tiimrod Park, Florence, SC
(843) 250-8379

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