#freebooks: Introducing A Curated Syllabi

From A Curated Syllabi:

no.1 - SP18 - A Curated Syllabi - Zadie Smith's LiteratiA Curated Syllabi is an African American series created and published by ART | library deco, dedicated to Black women writers and writers that are artists. Each syllabi is designed to help students, faculty, and life-long learners become more familiarized with the work of each noted African American writer featured in the curation. Each issue is tailored to the writer’s spirit, has a comprehensive syllabus as a guide about their work, and features creative nostalgia. The curated series is published quarterly.

no.1 in Rotation: Zadie Smith

Delve into the writings of critically acclaimed and best-selling author, Zadie Smith. In this issue, A Curated Syllabi features a literary mind-map about a writer that is dedicated to her craft and is a social activist – fighting for libraries!

If you are new to Zadie Smith’s work this is an excellent way to get to know more about the writer, explore her literary mind-map, read introductions about her novels, and gain access to online readings and so much more!


A Curated Syllabi, Zadie Smith’s Literati
eB Page Count: 33
Published by ART | library deco
Designed by bookista media group
Research by kYmberly Keeton, M.L.S.

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Next Writer in Rotation

Coming June 2018 | Our next writer featured in the curation syllabi is Nella Larson. Nella Larsen, nurse, librarian, and, writer, was born Nella Marie Larsen in Chicago in 1891 to a Danish mother and a black West Indian father.  She became an acclaimed novelist of the Harlem Renaissance, and the first African American woman to win a prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship. she published two novels, Quicksand (1928) and Passing (1929).

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