|HARLEM BOOK FAIR
COMES TO NEWARK NJ, APRIL 27 & 28th
DOWNLOAD THE EXHIBITOR APPLICATION
|Newark, New Jersey’s largest city, has become a destination for art and culture, the home to six universities and the Dodge Poetry Festival, as well as home to many of the largest corporations in the state. It is a city that has arrived, and the Harlem Book Fair is now scheduled to add its prestige to its’ roster of achievement. Newark now joins New York, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Houston, Los Angeles, Hempstead, NY, and Atlanta in hosting one of the most lauded and well-attended literary events in the UnitedStates.Visit http://www.QBR.com for event updates and Exhibitor Application form.
QBR The Black Book Review, from the producers of the Harlem Book Fair, is now a free, digital, downloadable magazine on HP’s Magcloud.com.(www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/310198).
Featuring what is best and current in black books, it’s a great resource for what to read and writers to watch. (And, if you are an author, or want to reach our audience, it’s a great way to touch our readers with your book, products, or services. Download our media kit at www.QBR.com.)
Here’s the link to the magazine: www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/310198. (Select the ‘Digital Free’ option and sign up using the ‘Follow’ option to be automatically informed when a new issue is released. We publish bimonthly.)
If you like it, please share and forward this message to your networks. Our goal for 2012 is to have QBR introduce you to the work of both new and established writers, and to the support work of the Harlem Book Fair. We hope you’ll join us!
QBR The Black Book Review
www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/310198 QBR has gone digital in 2012!