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Jun 1 – Kwame Alexander discusses WHY FATHERS CRY AT NIGHT at B&N The Grove

Barnes & Noble The Grove welcomes NYT bestselling author Kwame Alexander to discuss WHY FATHERS CRY AT NIGHT on June 1 at 7 PM PT!

 Thursday, June 1 · 7pm 

Barnes & Noble The Grove 189 The Grove Drive Los Angeles, CA 90036

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Join Barnes & Noble – The Grove at Farmers Market on June 1, 2023, as we welcome poet, educator, publisher, and #1 New York Times Bestselling author Kwame Alexander to the store to discuss and sign WHY FATHERS CRY AT NIGHT: A MEMOIR IN LOVE POEMS, RECIPES, LETTERS, AND REMEMBRANCES.

Kwame will be in conversation with Joy Bryant, a Bronx born, Yale dropout who left school to become a fashion model. She eventually found her way to Hollywood, where she’s enjoyed a 20-year career as an actor in film and television, most notably on NBC’s PARENTHOOD and most recently on Ava Duvernay’s CHERISH THE DAY. The writer/producer is also a drummer and a self-proclaimed ‘food narcissist’.


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