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TST's Literary Series Reading of My Soul To Keep was a HIT!

"I really enjoyed the Due event! I never knew about your group before. I'll follow your events and hope to attend another soon!" - Raphael P.

Thank You to all who attended TST’s Literary Series Reading of My Soul To Keep!

And a Special Thank You to Author Tananarive Due, Blair Underwood, Eso Won Books, MAAA and our wonderful TST team.

Cast: (front) David Hunter Jr., Dionne Audain, Cherie Carter, Author Tananarive Due, Mark V. Jones, Director Nancy Cheryll Davis; (back) Sarah Green, Jason C. Daniels, Teressa Taylor.

    Advisory Board Members: (left to right) Cheryl Finley, Bunny Withers, Tananarive Due, Deborah Charles, Renee Johnson, Rosalind Goodard. Not pictured: Norma Jean Davis, Carolyn Williams, Donna Oliver, Kathy Shirley

On Sunday, July 15, 2018 at 2 p.m., TST performed excerpts from My Soul To Keep by Tananarive Due at the Museum of African American Art (MAAA).

Ms. Due was in attendance. There was a talkback and book signing immediately following the performance. Books were available for purchase and were provided by Eso Won Bookstore.

Advisory Board Member Kathy Shirley, Tananarive Due, and Company Member

Sarah Green

Photos by Kristina Roth

View Personal Invitations from Blair Underwood & author, Tananarive Due!

Mr. Underwood was not be at the event.

About My Soul To Keep

Jessica is an African-American journalist, as ambitious as she is bright. She is chasing the biggest story of her life, a story that strikes closer to home than she knows.

Dawit is an immortal, whose ancient thirst for wisdom leads him to break the first commandment of his kind: not to fall in love.

Together they are about to pay the ultimate price for their ambition... and their desire.

“I enjoy reading the kind of novel that seduces me right into it, and make me forget about work or sleep. My Soul to Keep does that beautifully.”

- Octavia Butler

Author Tananarive Due

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