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Villarosa Media on Medium

  Story advisor and strategist Adrian J. Hopkin writes in Medium about being inspired by the female entrepreneurs in the movie Dream Girl

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Villarosa Media at the White House

Yesterday we were thrilled to be invited to the White House for the first public viewing of Dream Girl.  The Event was sponsored by the White House Council on Women and Girls ans was a celebration of the great power of storytelling about women entrepreneurs and business owners. The event  kicked off with a screening […]

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Audre Lorde and Dagmar Schultz

Picturing Audre Lorde: The passion of Dagmar SchultzIf you see a photograph of Audre Lorde, chances are fairly good… Posted by Audre Lorde The Wind is Spirit on Thursday, March 17, 2016

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Audre Lorde Book Launch and Birthday Celebration

  Beginning with a drumming welcoming ceremony, the spirit of Audre Lorde literally filled the house. The first annual birthday celebration for Audre Lorde and book launch for The Wind is Spirit brought together both young, and back in the day fans, who were all moved and motivated by her poignant words. We were so […]

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“Writers of Colour Pander to the White Woman” says Marlon James

Marlon James, author of the award winning novel “A Brief History of Seven Killings” calls out the industry for what he describes as publishers pandering to white women in order to sell books. In a recent interview in The Guardian he talks about authors being pressured to write “astringent prose set in suburbia for an […]

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Amazon Opens a Brick and Mortar Bookstore

Amazon opens a physical bookstore

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Villarosa Media to Present at Fire and Ink

Villarosa Media is thrilled to be a featured presenter at Fire and Ink; A Writers Festival for GLBT People of African Descent.

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HarperCollins and Amazon Ink A Deal

The deal calls for HarperCollins, owned by News Corp , to set the retail prices of its digital books, with incentives for HarperCollins to provide lower prices to consumers, the Journal said, citing a person familiar with the matter.

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