(PRWEB) February 24, 2005
Mikaylah Simone (http://www.msimone.com) is an emerging African-American poet whose simple, yet visceral, style brings poetry back to its basics as a social art through her affirmation of cultural identity and personal redemption. During the short time of MikaylahÂs debut book ÂMy Manufactured EnglishÂ, there has been a fantastic response; all leading up to this poetÂs first Book Signing Saturday, February 26th, 2005. Join Mikaylah and the lovely ladies of Bahiyah Woman Magazine (http://www.bahiyahwomanmagazine.com) as they present an exclusive Chicago Book Signing with Author & Poet: Mikaylah Simone. The book signing will be apart of ÂBahiyah Woman Magazine Dialogues Talk ShowÂ which tapes every 4th Saturday of the month contact HMG @ 708-596-9408 or email@example.com. The live taping and Book Signing will be held at African American Images Bookstore, 1909 W. 95th Street, Chicago IL 60643 from 3:00pm to 5:00pm.
Whether you are an avid poetry reader or a fan of spoken word poetry, there is something to be said for a poetÂs writing style that transcends the limits of confined paper pages and still delivers passion on the Open-Mic stage. This can surely be said of one new poet Mikaylah Simone and her book of poetry ÂMy Manufactured EnglishÂ. Leaving her Texas beginnings, New York soon became the ideal stage for her "one-woman show" of life. From the "Lone Star" (unfashionably dressed in black skin), to the "Big Apple" where black is "vogue" on the Harlem runway. Mikaylah's poetry communicates consciousness and passion out of her strong desire to transform thoughts and experiences into art. The work incased between the covers of this book promise to be an interesting and insightful read that touch upon variable worldly concerns.
Ms. Simone will be reading from her debut book, ÂMy Manufactured English: A Book of PoetryÂ, and sharing her experiences as a self-published author in an intimate question and answer session. (For Media Interviews contact HMG 708-596-9408 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
Also enjoy sounds provided by ChicagoÂs own jazz collective, D-Erania. She's been called the "goddess of sound", understandably so, EverLove Music recording artist D-Erania not only plays saxophone, piano and sings; her music captivates audiences to the point of being nearly hypnotized. Attendees will enjoy soulful jazz with selections from her debut CD, Offerings of Love.
Limited seating for this complimentary event is by reservation only. To reserve your seat, please contact HMG @ 708-596-9408 or email@example.com. Each reservation automatically enters you to win special Bahiyah prize packs including an autographed copy of Mikaylah SimoneÂs book ÂMy Manufactured EnglishÂ, 1 box of "shoes" from Pumps Greetings, Bahiyah Bath & Body products and more!
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