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  1. For the past 12 years, Go On Girl! Book Club has given two (2) writing awards - the Unpublished Award, given to an adult, amateur scribe and a Scholarship Award given to a student if African descent studying English or Literature. Both awards are $500. The deadline for this year's award is March 15, 2013. Visit http://www.goongirl.org/scholarships/index.php for more information
  2. Dr. Neil deGrass Tyson Interview: thoughts on Writing, Mars, Curiosity, and the Higgs Boson Author Sandra Kitt, who I believe is Kensington's first Black romance author, who also worked with Dr. Tyson for 2 decades has generously agreed to provide me with an exclusive interview with Dr. Tyson. My schedule, unfortunately would not allow me to record the interview -- Tyson is hard to nail down with a schedule that make me look like I'm standing still. Kitt was one of the 1st authors profiled on AALBC.com and she was written, I'd guess, about 40 books or more by now. I recently connected with her for the first time in over a decade at our last Black Pack Party. Thanks again Sandra.
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