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Cocktails and Conversation: Elizabeth Nunez, Safiya Sinclair, and Tiphanie Yanique

PEN America is partnering with the Brooklyn Museum to present an evening of cocktails and conversation centering Caribbean women writers.

This evening, the first in our two-part series presents Elizabeth Nunez, Trinidadian-American novelist and distinguished professor of English at Hunter College–CUNY; Jamaican poet Safiya Sinclair; and Caribbean writer, poet, and essayist Tiphanie Yanique, in conversation.

Schedule:

  • 6 pm Cocktail hour
  • 7 pm Conversation with Elizabeth Nunez, Safiya Sinclair, and Tiphanie Yanique
  • 8:15 pm Live jazz by Jazz Foundation of America

Tickets are $16 and include Museum admission. VIP tickets are $50 and include Museum admission and an open bar. 

Part of A Year of Yes: Reimagining Feminism at Brooklyn Museum.

Photo of Elizabeth Nunez credit Leonid Knizhnik, photo of Safiya Sinclair credit Willy Somma, photo of Tiphanie Yanique credit Debbie Grossman. 

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