B Michael Book Signing At The Schomburg Center Literary Festival 2024 In Harlem

May 30, 2024

By HWM

On June 15, 2024, from 11 AM to 6 PM (ET), the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem, will be abuzz with literary and style enthusiasts as it hosts its annual Literary Festival.

Located at 515 Malcolm X Blvd, with events extending along 135th Street from Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd to Malcolm X Blvd, in Harlem, NY, this festival promises a day of enriching cultural experiences.

One of the festival’s highlights will be a book signing for “MUSE: Cicely Tyson and Me, a Relationship Forged in Fashion,” by the esteemed author B Michael. Renowned for his profound contributions to style and fashion, B Michael’s presence at the Schomburg Center Literary Festival: Reading the African Diaspora is eagerly anticipated.


The festival itself is a celebration of authors of African descent, championing literacy and diverse literary genres to amplify Black history and culture.

Featuring some of today’s most talented writers and influential cultural figures, the festival is a vibrant showcase of the richness and diversity of the African Diaspora.

“… it would be difficult to live with yourself if you didn’t do it …”


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Built on the foundation laid by Arturo Schomburg, the festival promotes freedom of thought, the relentless pursuit of Black history, and the engagement of our collective imagination. The spirit of James Baldwin’s words, “Once you realize that you can do something, it would be difficult to live with yourself if you didn’t do it,” resonates throughout the event, inspiring attendees to explore and embrace their creative potentials.

Don’t miss the chance to meet B Michael and celebrate the power of literature at the Schomburg Center Literary Festival 2024.

Join them for a day of literary inspiration, cultural enrichment, and the celebration of Black heritage and storytelling.

Photo credit: B. Micheal.


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