NO BONDS SO STRONG Book Signing

EVENT INFO


April 27th, 2018
9PM - 11PM
Art.Work Austin
201 East 5th Street, Suite 101


Join  us for a special event celebrating the  release of author, playwright,  and activist Tarik Daniels' new book,  "No Bonds So Strong." 


In  the spirit of E. Lynn Harris' "Invisible  Life," James Earl Hardy's  "B-Boy Blues," and Joseph Beam's "In The  Life: A Black Gay Anthology,"  this remarkable first novel by AfroQueer  author Tarik Daniels, A.K.A.  MISTERTELLTALES, is a deeply moving and  emotionally riveting coming of  age story of four best friends dealing  with the controversial issues of  drug culture, HIV/AIDS, homelessness,  violence, transphobia, and the  absence of the black father. These  friends must lean on each other to  make it out alive, when many queer  black boys growing up in Detroit in  the early 2000's didn't.
 

EVENT DETAILS

  • Opportunity to purchase No Bonds So Strong with reserved place in the signing line
  • A presentation
  • Audience Q&A
     

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Tarik  Daniels is an AfroQueer writer from Detroit, Michigan. He has written  and produced four plays, THE COUNSELING SESSION, ROSE UNIVERSITY,  STIGMA, and PRETTYBOY REALNESS. His writings focus on telling stories  about the realm of intersectionality and the bondage of queer people of  color. Tarik founded and serves as Executive Director of  WHATSINTHEMIRROR?, a social movement that provides mental health  awareness and suicide prevention through art and advocacy to communities  of color. In 2016, he was nominated by BROADWAY WORLD AUSTIN for Best  Original Script.  

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