Omega Psi Phi and Critical Thoughts Publishing Sponsors Booking Signing and Book Donation in Orange, NJ
Orange, NJ, October 25, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The Eta Pi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc, and Critical Thoughts Publishing LLC., is sponsoring “Meet the Authors” Symposium, Publishing workshop and Book donation drive on Saturday, November 16th, at the Park Avenue Elementary School, 231 Park Ave., Orange, New Jersey as a part of their commitment to promote reading. The program starts at 11:00 am.
Along with meeting several local authors, the public will be able to engage authors who have gained national acclaim. Additionally, be able to converse with publishing experts during panel discussions on topics pertaining to: how to get a book published, how to self-publish with success, and how to engage a literary agent as greater success becomes apparent.
The event will also aid young minds and future young authors build their home library from book donations.
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., is a national Fraternity, whose membership roll includes Langston Hughes, Bill Cosby, Jesse Jackson, Shaquille O’Neal, Ricky Smiley and AJ Calloway. Critical Thoughts Publishing is a New Jersey based publishing entity, which focuses on the African American experience and works that are engaging to the intellect and relevant for a diverse culture.
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. has a stellar history in spearheading relevant community outreach programs. Education and exposure are essential to success, providing resources for fellow adults and youth is an Omega commitment, stated Marvin Bazemore, Omegas, social action chairman. Baaki Tafiti Bell, CEO of Critical Thoughts Publishing and author of "Destroy the Perceptions" will moderate the program.
Bell stated the program is free to the public. But a request is made that along with coming out to support the authors, people come and donate an age-appropriate book to aid students’ K to 7 at Park Avenue Elementary School build their home library.
Further information may be obtained by contacting Marvin Bazemore 732 406.9510 or Baaki Bell 609 372.8051.