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“Zines To Reach Your Dreams” Workshop Continues at South Jamaica Library/”The Serpent Samurai”: Special Edition Re-Issue

21 Apr

The latest Flowered Concrete Newsletter is out via the Flowered Concrete blog!!! This weeks new focuses on our library literacy tour, and as well as my publishing mate, Alton Taylor’s latest book release!! Please be sure to check it out now. You won’t be disappointed!!!

– Kevin Eleven

“Read To Believe, Write To Achieve”

FLOWERED CONCRETE - "DREAM FOR ANYTHING, REACH FOR EVERYTHING."

Flowered Concrete Continues Workshop Literacy at South Jamaica Library in Queens, New York. 4/15/2015 Flowered Concrete Continues Literacy Workshop at South Jamaica Library in Queens, New York. 4/15/2015

Dear Flowered Concrete Followers,

“Zines To Reach Your Dreams” Info

As of last Wednesday, April 15th, Flowered Concrete continued their “Zines To Reach Your Dreams” Workshop at South Jamaica Library. This time around, however, our CEO/Founder, Kevin Anglade, is tackling it solo as Alton Taylor, our lead art director has other obligations to take care of.

Moreover, so far, so good as the teens at the library were very enthralled with what Anglade presented them with and as well as prepared in lessons.

Going forward, Flowered Concrete’s mission with the current group at hand is to enhance their writing abilities while providing them with the confidence to push forward their imaginations.

In due time, the group will play games with Anglade as he plans on combining literacy and as well as entertainment from today’s media and…

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