Best Sellers - Fiction Hardcover

1.The Maintenance Man II by Michael Baisden

2.Beautiful, Dirty, Rich by J D Mason

3.If I Can't Have You by Mary B Morrison

4.The Cutting Season by Attica Locke 

5.The Impeachment of Abraham Lincoln by Stephen L Carter


Best Sellers - Non-Fiction Hardcover

1.Purpose: An Immigrant’s Story by Wyclef Jean and Anthony Bozza

2.Finally Free by Michael Vick and Tony Dungy

3.A Father First by Dwayne Wade

4.The Truth About Men by Ian Smith

5.The Courage of Hope by Shirley Sherrod


Best Sellers - Fiction Paperback

1.Divine Intervention by Lutishia Lovely

2.Animal by Kwan

3.Murderville 2: The Epidemic by Ashley & JaQuavis

4.Falling into Grace by Michelle Stimpson

5.My Destiny by Adrianne Byrd


Best Sellers - Non-Fiction Paperback

1.The Wealth Cure by Hill Harper

2.The Fastest Man Alive: The True Story of Usain Bolt by Usain Bolt

3.dfree: Breaking Free from Financial Slavery by DeForest B Soaries

4.The Illegal War on Libya by Cynthia McKinney

5.Slaves with Swag by Daryl T Hinmon


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National Poetry Month Celebration


Abiodun Oyewole Of the The Last Poets

With Special Guest Poets, Performers & Book Signing of New Release Branches of the Tree of Life  



Friday, April 10, 2015 7:30 PMSunday, April 12, 2015 6p 


@The Dock Bookshop

Tickets $10  / Dock Members & Friends $5



ABIODUN OYEWOLE is a poet, teacher, and founding member of the American music and spoken-word group The Last Poets, which laid the groundwork for the emergence of Hip-Hop. The Last Poets were born on May 19, 1968, when David Nelson, GylanKain, and AbiodunOyewole read poetry at a memorial for Malcolm X. Click for more info 

Literary Mixer featuring LASHONDA BARNETT
with a special Tribute to the Black Press
Music, Poetry, Presentation, Conversation, Book Signing, Refreshments & More
Free & Open to the Public


Saturday, April 4, 2015

4:00-6:00 PM 

The Dock Bookshop



While teaching an African American women's history course at Sarah Lawrence College, LASHONDA BARNETT

found her students stunned by the question how black people managed to survive after slavery. Her answer: "The black press, which became the greatest tool for racial self-help." So it's hardly surprising that her debut novel is inspired by the vivid truth-capturing success of the black press and particularly by the life of African American journalist and newspaper editor Ida B. Wells (1862-1931), Click for more info 



A Tribute to Great Master-Teacher

Dr. Yosefben-Jochannan

Poetry, Presentation, Film, Discussion & Sharing, Refreshments  



Friday, April 3, 2015


The Dock Bookshop


Sessions include

How to write your story

How to get published

Joining a writers group


Sat. April11, 2015

10:30am - 1p

The Dock Bookshop


Cost: $10   

Free for Andika Writers Group Members



All writers & inspiring writers are invited to attend the Andika Spring Writers Workshop. Andika
means "to write" in Swahili. Spring Writers Workshop include breakfast, sessions and one-on-one consultation. Click for more info 


Dock Calendar of Events

Mondays 6-7p - TIMBUK African Dance Fitness

Mondays 7-9p - Community Action Group

Tuesdays 8-10p - Fort Worth Poetry & Open Mic


Fri. April 3 - A Tribute to Great Master-Teacher Dr. Yosefben-Jochannan, 7p

Sat. April 4 - Literacy Mixer featuring LashondaBarnett & new release Jam on The Vine, 4p

Fri. April 10 - The Dock Bookshop National Poetry Month featuring ABIODUN OYEWOLE of the Last Poets: First Show 7:30p (paid event)

Sat. April 11 - Andika Spring Writers Workshop, 10:30a-1p (paid event)

Sun. April 12- Soul Sistah Book Club, 4-6p Discussion: Meaningful Monday

Fri. April 12 - The Dock Bookshop National Poetry Month featuring ABIODUN OYEWOLE of the Last Poets: Second Show, 6p (paid event)

Thu. April 16 - Community Town Hall: Youth Summit, 7p

Sat. April 18 - Andika Spring Author Showcase, 3-6p

Sat. April 25 - Wealth Building Seminar, 11a-1p

Sat. April 25 - Akila Youth Group Presents Math Matters

Fri. May 1-3 - Dock Anniversary Weekend: Celebrating 7 Years

Fri. May 1 - Dock Anniversary Mixer, 7p

Sat. May 2 - Fight Party,7p (paid event) 

Sun. May 3 - Dock Anniversary Banquet, 4p (paid event)