The Poets of the Guild of Black Artists present Black Book, a collection of poetry and artwork dedicated to all poets of color and the entire Peoria Arts Scene.
The poets of PGOBA are here and have something say. The voices of some of your favorite local Peoria Artists have all come together to create a special piece straight from the heart of their city. Experience the emotional drifts of “inconvenience Store” by Krystopher Dudley Brown, or perhaps the polarizing political take of “Does fear inspire violence” by Ezra Collom. Take a stroll through the vibrantly proud garden of Brenda Pegan in “Your thumbs aren’t Black” and reflect on the possible addictive temptations of “Cold Turkey” by Rose Farrell. The rich imagery and flavorful text in this book will have any poetry enthusiast chasing their next read. Rise with the bright budding acts of PGOBA and support their non-profit mission to promote Black art and programs for the community. Come join the renaissance and Pick up your copy today!!
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