On September 23 from 11am to 5pm, the Charleston County Public Library is hosting the second annual Black Ink Festival. The event is at 68 Calhoun Street, and is free and open to the public.
The headliner this time is Newberry Medalist Kwame Alexander, author of The Crossover and Booked.
"Black Ink: A Charleston African American Book Festival’s mission is to support local Black writers, creating a space for them to share their work, discuss their craft, and expose readers of all ages to the great variety of African American authors in the area. It will feature author sessions, workshops/seminars, and entertainment. "
Find out more at the Charleston Friends of the Library page or check out the Facebook Event.