with Deonna Kelli Sayed
Out in the South Yes!Weekly
Out in the South will explore growing up LGBTQ by talking with five generations of Southerners from different ethnicities. While we’ll frame these stories in the context of larger historical events, we’ll focus primarily on the individual experience of each person as they navigate their own growing sense of who they are and how they find a place within their family and community.
Ask a Muslim Anything Scuppernong Books
Have you ever wanted to talk to a Muslim? Someone who could be your co-worker or neighbor? “Ask A Muslim Anything” is an opportunity for conversation on aspects of belief, identity, and practice — or whatever comes up. In this three month program, diverse N.C. Muslims will be available for an informal chat about Muslimy things.
with Carol Roan
Come to Your Senses: Creativity and the Body (Tentative Title)
Writing and workshops that explore the connections between creativity, our senses and our bodies. We see creativity as a full body experience instead of a simple intellectual exercise and find ways to engage our bodies completely in our creative lives.
with Brian Lampkin and others
Recently named one of the top 20 independent bookstores in the South, Scuppernong Books has quickly become an integral part of downtown Greensboro, NC and an essential element of the community. read more