Sunday, February 03, 2013

BOOK NEWS!!!






I'm happy to announce that the long awaited reissue of my 2006 novel:Nowhere is a Place is on sale today!

Nowhere 

"Compelling, beautifully written, and profoundly human, McFadden has conjured a tale of a fractured family who journey across the country and back through history to unearth painful truths that unexpectedly reshape their relationships with each other."
--Lynn Nottage, Pulitzer Prize winning playwright of Ruined
At the end of Nowhere is a Place, I ask: Are We Related? Click hereand find out!



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Do ya'll remember my alter-ego: Geneva Holliday?? Well, last year, Dafina Books purchased the Mass Market Paperback Rights toGROOVE, which was first published in 2005. GROOVE will be  reissued on February 5th!!!  

Groove 


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The audio version of my New York Times Notable Book of 2012:Gathering of Waters is now available!


GOW


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New and Noteworthy


Gospel


THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO CANE is a novel about inner-city youth in contemporary London. It's a meditation on pain and loss, the burden of heritage, and how the past can blur the present. It's about trust and the perceived lack of trust, disillusion, and its consequences. A world where everyone is the victim, and no one is to blame.
  

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Book Tour 
  



Bernice L. McFadden and Courttia Newland in conversation, moderated by Tracey Smith (Go On Girl! Book Club). Beer for this event will be lovingly provided by Brooklyn Brewery!
This event will be held in the Poe Room on the 2nd floor of the Central Library.
Cosponsored, moderated, and introduced by Ron Kavanaugh, editor-in-chief and publisher of Mosaic magazine. Beer for this event will be lovingly provided by Brooklyn Brewery!
International Women's Day Conference featuring Bernice L. McFadden, Terry McMillan, Dr. Anita Davis, Defoe, and Dr. Humphrey Crookendale.


Held in the American Identities Gallery. Part of the Brooklyn Museum's monthly "Target First Saturdays" series.
 

 







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