EVENTS & GROUPS

  • Tuesday Poetry Night & Open Mic - Every Tue. 8-10p $5 Cover
  • Children's Story Time - 4th or 5th Sat at 3-4p - Oct. 27, Nov. 24, Dec 29
  • Night Women Book Club - 1st Sat 3-5p- Sat Oct 6, Nov 3, Dec 1
  • Fri. Sept. 28 - James Prince Book Signing - The Art and Science of Respect 12-1p. Free
  • Sat. Sept. 29 - The Prep Factory Financial Aid 11a-1p $25 per family
  • Sat. Sept. 29 - Film Screening: Business in the Black with Producer Anthony Brogdon, 5-7p $7
  • Sat. Oct. 6 - Night Women Book Club Meeting 3-5p
  • Sat. Nov. 3 - Writer’s Workshop 11a-1p
  • Sat. Nov. 27 - Reading Wonderland, 3-6p
  • Sat. Dec. 29 - Community Kwanzaa Celebration, 2-6p
Dock In Community
  • Thu. Oct. 4 - Pan-Africanism, Belonging, and Black Futures with Author Michelle Commander 6-9p TCU - Moudy South 320. The Dock Bookshop is the Bookseller at this event.
  • Sat. Oct. 6 - Harambee Festival - FW
  • Sat. Oct. 6 - State of the Community
  • Sat. Oct. 6 - Pharoah Davis 50th Birthday Bash and Book Signing. The Dock Bookshop is the Bookseller at this event
  • Sat. Oct. 18 - The Hate U Give Film Screening, 7p 7th Street Movie Tavern.
  • Sat. Oct. 20 - Fort Worth Book Festival, 10a-6p TCC Trinity River Campus. Hate U Give Community Conversation, 1p 4th FL Energy Auditorium
  • Sat. Oct. 20 - Caravan to the Ancestors, Galveston, TX
  • Sat. Dec. 15 - Kwanzaa Fort Worth, 1-4p Austin Event Center

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Fort Worth Book Fest & The Dock Bookshop
Presents THE HATE U GIVE
ADVANCE MOVIE SCREENING 
Thursday, October 18, 2018 7:00pm
Ticket Cost Per Person $12
Movie Tavern West 7th Street
2872 Crockett St, Fort Worth, TX 76107
Family Event - Benefits Fort Worth Book Fest & Dock Bookshop Community Programs
 
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HATE U GIVE COMMUNITY DISCUSSION
SAT. OCT. 20 at 1:00 PM
FORT WORTH BOOK FEST - TCC/TRINITY RIVER CAMPUS  
 Level 4 in the Energy Auditorium.
Park in the Garage from the Cherry Street Portal and park on Level 4 or as directed
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BLACK AUGUST AUTHOR FEATURE
C-ZAR WISEMEN
Author of REVOLUTIONARY: A Poetic Autobiography

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ABOUT THE BOOK 
Revolutionary is the follow up to it's precursor Poetic Philosophy under C-zar Wisemen's former  name Derek Perkins. This poetry book is a poetic autobiography that is inspired by real life feelings and experiences. This sequel gets deeper into the author's background that leads to who he is and his views on the world and issues affecting black people. In this work, C-zar addresses the entertainment industry, religion, self-reliance, crooked politics, romance, heartbreak, and more. This author is hopeful that his writings will spark the minds of millions of black people in the United States and around the world to fight against white supremacy and rise to greatness.  

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Rap artist C-zar Wisemen is from Charlottesville, Virginia, representing the indie rap/ hip-hop label Philosophy Entertainment. Albums released are "Tha New Testament" and "Real Niggaz" added with an Ep titled "Revolution" as well as a few singles from his music catalog. C-zar also wanted to showcase his poetic side by releasing two poetry books called "Poetic Philosophy" under the name Derek Perkins and "Revolutionary" under his current name C-zar Wisemen. Acting is also a passion of his, and he has acted in a few indie films. C-zar Wisemen's aim is to inspire the black community to change for the better through his works.

 
 

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