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Writers converge on Baltimore for Langston Hughes book fair

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The 2nd Charm City Langston Hughes Book Fair will take place Saturday, February 1, 2014 from 1pm-5pm at Baltimore's New Shiloh Baptist Church. This collaborative event will feature many diverse authors, books and vendors.

Organized and sponsored by Lou Fields and the Black Dollars Exchange (BDX), the theme will be 'Black Writers & Poets as Civil Rights Advocates for Justice'. Authors will include Dr. Walter Gill, Apostle Dr. June Lawrence, Wanda Muir Oliver, Nannette Kirk, Sandra Fleming, Leroy McKenzie, George Matthews, Stella Adams and her son, Everett Todd Adams along with several others.

Each author will be signing their respective literary works. The event will also feature a panel discussion with authors: Dr. Monique Akassi, Professor Larry Gibson, Dr. Dolan Hubbard and Attorney A. Dwight Pettit.

Attendance is expected to be in the hundreds. Admission is free.

New Shiloh Baptist Church is located at 2100 N. Monroe Street in Northwest Baltimore.

BDX is a network of business owners whose mission is to help others live their dream and to support those businesses as well.

For more information contact BDX Founder and CEO, Lou Fields, via Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn or 443-983-7974.