Phonolinguists with Tenacious T / Da Art of Storytellin’ (A Prequel)
Tenacious T created a special episode of Phonolinguists called Da Art of Storytellin’ (Prequel) ~ inspired by Keise Laymon’s essay, How to Slowly Kill Yourself and Others in America. Keise Laymon is the keynote speaker for this year’s Nevada Humanities Literary Crawl on Saturday, September 14 in the words of local community faith leaders to actively commemorate the civil rights movement and black history from a post generational perspective; acknowledging the past, navigating the present, and influencing the future as a community and as an individual.
Learn more about the Nevada Humanities Literary Crawl
The sixth annual Nevada Humanities Literary Crawl is happening on Saturday, September 14 from 11 am until 8 pm along California Avenue and surrounding areas in Reno. The Literary Crawl is an exploratory event that brings residents of Reno together to celebrate, and be inspired by, the rich literary talent in our state. The Nevada Humanities Literary Crawl presents notable local, regional, and national authors at venues throughout downtown Reno, where they give readings of fiction, non‐fiction, and poetry. The day also includes writing workshops, panel discussions, art installations, and performances. Access to all events is free, and all ages are welcome to participate at a variety of family-friendly readings and activities. Some venues are 21+.