Fire & Ink Presents! Triangle Black Pride

“By Any Means Necessary: How Black LGBT Writers Get Published.” Join panelists Uriah Bell, Zelda Lockhart and Morei Robinson as they discuss a history of black LGBT publishing, and the differences between traditional publishing, self-publishing, print-on-demand and electronic publishing. Bring your questions! Moderated by Lisa C. Moore and hosted by Fire & Ink!

Marriott Crabtree Valley Hotel, Salon C—Wolfpack Room, 4500 Marriott Drive, Raleigh, NC, 27612.

12:30-2:30 p.m. Saturday, July 30, 2011; free!

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Pouncil —

Sounds VERY interesting! Wish I could be there! Have fun, and educate…


I can’t make this event,would love to know when you are planning on coming up to New York or New Jersey. I would love to meet Lisa C. Moore, as VP of NMB Magazine, a new publication, Peggie Miller (PUBLISHER) and I look forward to participating in the various forums Fire & Ink present. We missed you at Newark Black Pride due to other commitments that week. I would like to receive information on up coming events you have.
Lenore Rivers
VP-NMB Magazine

Imani Woody —

I am unable to attend this event, but would love to know when a similar presentation will be happening in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.

I cannot say how happy I am to know that there is a venue that supports Black LGBT writers. Thank goodness Fire and Ink is alive and well.

Toya Hankins

We were so glad to have you at Triangle Black Pride for a second year of doing the writer’s workshop. We hope to make it a part of our event for many years to come.

Fire and Ink —

Toya! It was wonderful being there in Raleigh. Thanks so much for your continued support of Fire & Ink!

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