Virtual Author Talk: Nobody's Magic with Destiny O. Birdsong - Feb 23 @ 6:30 PM CST
Join us as we celebrate the release of Nobody's Magic by Destiny O. Birdsong.
When: Wednesday, February 23 at 6:30 PM CST
Where: Virtual via Crowdcast. You can register using this event page or directly through Crowdcast.
How: Registration is required. You can RSVP with a book purchase or without a book purchase. We appreciate your support of our store by purchasing the book with us. This empowers us to continue bringing amazing author programming to Houston and beyond.
Like Barry Jenkins' Moonlight, Nobody's Magic is set against a backdrop of complicated social and racial histories, and it explores the region’s culture and its relationship to Blackness and Black womanhood. It is also a testament to the power of family—the ones you're born in and the ones you choose. And in the three narratives of Nobody’s Magic, among the yearning and loss, each of these women finds a seed of hope for the future.
Debut author, Destiny O. Birdsong’s writing has appeared in The Paris Review Daily, African American Review, and Catapult, among other publications. She has received the Academy of American Poets Prize and the Richard G. Peterson Poetry Prize. Her critically‑acclaimed debut collection of poems, Negotiations, was longlisted for the 2021 PEN/Voelcker Award and published by Tin House Books.
Hailin and Hollin, Kadiedre Henderson is a Black, Queer, Lesbian, and Houston native. She is most precious about the care she brings to herself and others. Through deep listening to the world and stars, Kadie extends care by providing space for folks to tell their own stories. A lover of stories and storyteller at heart, Kadie started working with books back in 2019 and hasn't left since. A self-proclaimed optimist, Kadie loves Queer YA, Romance, Biographies, and Magic! She is especially excited by stories that speak to navigating grief, trauma, and Black Femme Eroticism. They are so happy to be a team member of the Kindred Stories staff.
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