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Yardstick–African Diaspora author events

March 15, 2012

I had my first meeting with Bristol and Bath Library Services to plan Yardstick. Bristol and Bath really want the project to succeed, not only to attract BME users to promote African Diaspora writers to white users.

At Bath the main hall has a capacity of 300 and Bristol 100. We also have smaller spaces for to run workshops/master classes and more intimate talks. To make it work the libraries will have to build new relationships with community groups, youth groups and writers. From June to November will be a great time for African Diaspora writers in Bristol and Bath.

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