camille f. forbes

STORYTELLER ~ HARVARD-TRAINED SCHOLAR ~ WRITER

EVENTS


JUNE 6-7, 2016
Going from Can't to Can: a Conference

Big Bear, CA

SPRING 2016
Curator UC San Diego New Writing Series Curator

Foremost international reading series featuring contemporary innovative experimental literary artists.

MAY 14-21, 2016
Callaloo Creative Writing Workshop

Barbados

MARCH 22-25, 2016
Contemplative Writing Retreat

Oceanside, CA



PAST EVENTS


FEBRUARY 2015
Contemporary African American Literature, Book Talk

San Diego Public Library

FEBRUARY 2014
Confined and Refined: African American Novels on Biracial Identity, Book Talk

San Diego Public Library

FEBRUARY 2013
First Novels by African American Writers, Book Talk

San Diego Public Library

FEBRUARY 2013
August Wilson and African American Literature

Cygnet Theatre, San Diego, CA

FEBRUARY 2013
Planting a Forest: on Paul Robeson and his African American Peers

La Jolla Playhouse, San Diego, CA

FEBRUARY 2012
Just Some Stories I Could Tell, Book Talk

San Diego Public Library

FEBRUARY 2011
Stories of Memory and Displacement, Book Talk

San Diego Public Library

FEBRUARY 2010
Unwilling Immigrants, Exiles and Refugees, Book Talk

San Diego Public Library

FEBRUARY 2009
Black Women Writing Black Women, Book talk

San Diego Public Library

SEPTEMBER 7, 2008
On-air with Gary Shapiro, "From the Bookshelf"

KUSP 88.9 FM Santa Cruz, CA

JULY 25, 2008
MiraCosta College

Oceanside, CA

APRIL 29, 2008
Grossmont College

San Diego, CA

APRIL 19, 2008
D.G. Wills Books

La Jolla, CA

APRIL 7, 2008
Blackface: Examining the Minstrel Tradition

CUNY Graduate Center
New York, NY
Panel discussion examining the influence of the wildly popular and deeply reviled art of minstrelsy on American culture.

APRIL 7, 2008
The Ziegfeld Club

New York, NY

MARCH 5, 2008
San Marcos Public Library

San Marcos, CA

FEBRUARY 27, 2008
Mission Valley Borders

San Diego, CA

FEBRUARY 25, 2008
Vista Public Library

Vista, CA

FEBRUARY 25, 2008
The Harlem Renaissance: from poets and prose writers to visual artists and musicians

OASIS Adult Learning
San Diego, CA

FEBRUARY 23, 2008
Riverside Public Library

Riverside, CA

FEBRUARY 20, 2008
Center for Ideas and Society

University of California, Riverside

FEBRUARY 18, 2008
Nate Holden Performing Arts Center

Los Angeles, CA
Interview by Miles Krueger, noted American theater maven and head of the nonprofit Institute of the American Musical, the largest collection of musical theater and film archives and artifacts.

FEBRUARY 13, 2008
Ralph J. Bunche Center Authors' Series

University of California, Los Angeles

FEBRUARY 7, 2008
Marcus Bookstore

Oakland, CA

FEBRUARY 7, 2008
University of California, Berkeley


FEBRUARY 2, 2008
MoMA, The Museum of Modern Art

New York, NY
Bert Williams Screening at MoMA: Short films Fish and A Natural Born Gambler, and a sneak preview of a Bert Williams Feature.

FEBRUARY 2, 2008
The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

New York, NY

JANUARY 31, 2008
Hue-Man Bookstore and Cafe

New York, NY

JANUARY 30, 2008
Barnes and Noble

Springfield, NJ

JANUARY 26, 2008
Woodlawn Cemetery

Bronx, NY









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