Annual Luncheon Authors Book Signing

ASALH Author's Book Signing
91st Annual ASALH Black History Month Luncheon
& Featured Authors Event
February 25, 2017
Authors Event: 10 a.m. – 12: 00 p.m.
Luncheon: 12:15 p.m.

Washington Renaissance Hotel
999 Ninth Street, NW. | Washington, DC 20001

The Authors event is free and open to the public!


Authors are invited to register to participate in this event.

Please complete the authors registration form.


NEW!   Insert information about your title or press in our Luncheon Give-A-way  Bags. Click here for details.

If you are interested in volunteering for this event please complete our online registration form. 


Archive from the 2016 Featured Authors Event

Download the 2016 Featured Authors Flyer

2016 Featured Authors

Author’s Name Author’s Work(S)
Peter Bailey Witnessing Brother Malcolm X: The Master Teacher: A Memoir
Yasmin Carty • Proverbs and Praises with Meanings
• The Pitfalls of Internet, Email, and fTelemarketing
Veronica N. Chapman I Know I Can!
Aaron L. Day • DNA to Africa: The Search Continues
• History Lessons
Courtney Davis • A is for Anacostia
• S is for South Side: The Alphabet Visits Chicago
W. Douglas Fisher and Joann H. Buckley African American Doctors of World War I
Patsy Mose Fletcher African American Leisure Destinations Around Washington, D.C.
Vee Williams Garcia • Forbidden Circles
• The Jazz Flower
Casey Grant Stars in the Sky
CeLillianne Green “A Bridge”: The Poetic Primer on African
and American Experiences
Paulette Pierce Halloway • Tea With God – Everyday Encounters
• Thieves of Intimacy
Amina Hassan Loren Miller: Civil Rights Attorney and Journalist
Gillie Haynes ‘Cause I was Feeling Mighty Free: A Collection of Poetic Rhythms and Rhymes
Lillie M. Hill-Vinson • Listen and You Will Learn: Disruptive Students Caused Me
to Listen and Reach Out
• Bobby and the Magic Stick
Historical Society of Washington D.C. Washington History
Jesse J. Holland The Invisibles: The Untold Story of African American Slavery Inside The White House
Butterfly Ingelozi Ruffled Feathers: Hard Truths
Edith Moss Jackson The Worthy of My Race: Social Sketches by Jorje
Miguel Ford
Deborah D Johnson • A Poor Child Can Make It Out,and Find Peace in a
• Hit By A Brick
Patricia Johnson A Walking Miracle
Nubia Kai Kuma Malinke Historiography: Sundiata Keita
to Almamy Samori Toure
M Nzadi Keita Brief Evidence of Heaven
Milton Lawler Benjamin Elijah Mays: The Role of,Character in the Prolonged Struggle for African American Civil Rights
Tiffany Beth Mfume What Works at HBCUs: Nine,Strategies for Increasing Retention,and Graduation Rates
Jessica Millward Finding Charity’s Folk: Enslaved and,Free Black Women in Maryland
Juanita Patience Moss Anthracite Coal Art by,Charles Edgar Patience
Ric Murphy Freedom Road
Kevin Patillo The Assignment
Rohulamin Quander 50+ Omega Inspired Years: Tracing,An Omega Legacy To 1931
Howard Robertson The 411 on Bullying, Gangs, Drugs,and Jail
Patricia Robinson Haven’OT
Rita L. Robinson Daughters and Dads: The Ties that Bind
Walter C. Rucker Gold Coast Diasporas: Identity,,Culture, and Power
Linda Pace Samuel • Return of the African Diaspora – A Mother for Celeste
• Return of the African Diaspora – Exodus Village
Andrea Lynn Samuels Dear Life, Here I Am. Sincerely Andrea Lynn Samuels
Joy Simone The Wedding Plan: A Collection of Short Stories
Janet Sims-Wood • Dorothy Porter Wesley at Howard University: Building a Legacy of Black History,
• Eloise Greenfield: Giving Voice to Children Through Her Joy of Writing
Artika Tyner • The Leader’s Journey: A Guide to Discovering the Leader Within
• The Lawyer As Leader
Pamela Hart Vines Born of Sin
Hattie N. Washington Driven to Succeed: An Inspirational Memoir: of Lessons Learned Through, Faith, Family and
Billye Sankofa Waters We Can Speak for Ourselves: Parent Involvement and Ideologies of Black Mothers in Chicago
Karsonya Wise Whitehead Letters to My Black Sons: Raising Boys in a Post-Racial America
Glovinia Lewis Williams • Do you Believe God? Step Out On Faith
• Life Applications For Kingdom Living
Melissa E. Wooten In the Face of Inequality: How Black Colleges Adapt
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