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GuerrillaReads No. 89: Peter J. Harris

Peter J. Harris is an African American cultural worker who has published poetry, essays, and fiction in a wide range of national publications since the 1970s. He has worked as a publisher, journalist, editor and broadcaster. He’s also been an educator, and workshop leader for adults and adolescents.

Harris’s work often explores the lives of Black men, and this guerrilla reading is no exception. GR caught up with him at the Blk Grrrl Book Fair in South Central LA, where he read from his latest book, The Black Man of Happiness.

Crawl for submissions

GuerrillaReads is looking for writers!

We’ll be screening videos from local writers at LA’s first ever LitCrawl. If you’re a writer and would like to have your work considered, check out our “crawl” for submissions now.

Deadline is October 10, 2013.

More at http://litcrawl.org/la

Guerrilla Readers in training

Noah author from Jessica O’Connell on Vimeo.

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