Remembrance Project hosted at Bookbound

. November 1, 2016.
rembrance

After several years of collaboration between musicians, writers and scholars, The Remembrance Project, a multi-media and literary project celebrating the Big Band Harlem Hellfighters. officially debuts this month with the release of Remembrance, Book One: Arrival. To celebrate the launch, Bookbound Bookstore will host a reading featuring participating writer H. Buchanan and musician and composer Tracy Kash.

Thursday | November 10 | 7pm
Bookbound Bookstore | 1729 Plymouth Rd.
734-369-4345 | bookboundbookstore.comFree

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