Cultural Publicity Workshop for Poets of Color

This workshop, facilitated by Kima Jones, co-founder of Jack Jones Literary Arts, will teach the expectant author how to set realistic goals while making room for their biggest dreams, define their audience, pitch their work to media and create relationships with booksellers. This workshop is best suited for authors who have forthcoming book projects. Refreshments served.

Space is limited. The cost of the workshop is $25 for general admission, and $20 for students and seniors. To register, please visit the Jack Jones Literary Arts online Box Office at Eventbrite.

Kima Jones has received fellowships from PEN Center USA Emerging Voices, Kimbilio Fiction, Yaddo's 2016 Howard Moss Residency in poetry and was named the 2014-2015 Gerald Freund Fellow at The MacDowell Colony. She has been published at Poets and Writers, GQGuernicaNPRPANKScratch Magazine and The Rumpus among others and in the anthologies Long Hidden: Speculative Fiction from the Margins of HistoryHer Own Accord: American Women on Identity, Culture, and Community and The New York Times Best Seller, The Fire this Time, edited by Jesmyn Ward. Her short story "Nine" received notable mention in Best American Science Fiction 2015, and her hybrid poem "Homegoing AD" appears in Best American Nonrequired Reading 2017. Kima lives in Los Angeles where she operates Jack Jones Literary Arts, a book publicity company.