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Laura C. Harris Series

selected reading for visiting lecturers

Mary Frances Berry

For information and resources on Mary Frances Berry, please see the Martin Luther King Celebration, 2019 LibGuide

S. Bear Bergman and Zetta Elliott

February 7, 2019 (Thurs.), 7:30 PM, Burton D. Morgan Center Lecture Hall Room 115 

“What’s So Subversive About Inclusive Kid Lit?”: A Conversation with S. Bear Bergman and Zetta Elliott

 

S. Bear Bergman is a writer, storyteller, educator, activist and the founder and publisher of children’s book publisher Flamingo Rampant, which makes feminist, culturally-diverse children’s picture books about LGBT2Q+ kids and families.  He writes creative non-fiction for grown-ups, fiction for children, resolutely factual features for various publications, the advice column Ask Bear, and was the co-editor along with Kate Bornstein of Gender Outlaws: The Next Generation. These days he spends most of his time making trans cultural competency interventions any way he can and trying to avoid stepping on Lego.  http://www.sbearbergman.com

February 7, 2019 (Thurs.), 7:30 PM, Burton D. Morgan Center Lecture Hall Room 115

“What’s So Subversive About Inclusive Kid Lit?”: A Conversation with S. Bear Bergman and Zetta Elliott

 

Zetta Elliott, PhD in American Studies from NYU, is an acclaimed Black feminist author of young adult and children’s literature and an advocate for community-based publishing. In response to persistent racial disparities in the US publishing industry, Zetta has developed programs with libraries and launched her own publishing imprint. Her latest novel, The Door at the Crossroads, was a finalist in the Speculative Fiction category of the 2017 Cybils Awards, and her picture book, Melena’s Jubilee, won a 2017 Skipping Stones Award. Her new collection of poems, Say Her Name, will be published in 2019 by Disney/Hyperion. http://www.zettaelliott.com

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