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Watch Ananda discuss her writing journey as an author on October 3. 2009, at the Capital BookFest’s panel discussion on “Everything You Wanted to Know about Getting Published. Authors Kevin Johnson, Donna Hill, and Charisse Carney Nunes participated in the discussion moderated by Gregg A. Wihelm. It was held inside of Borders Bookstore in Largo, Maryland.

Watch Ananda discuss how she strategically developed the infrastructure of her characters’ lives in her debut novel, Love’s Troubadours – Karma: Book One by creating links to her sorority, identify as a Black American Princess (BAP), U Street neighborhood, alma mater Howard University, and artwork created while working as an artist-in-residence at Howard University Hospital. Ananda also shares how she used social media to market her novel. She mentions the relationships she developed with Black Author Showcase, a social networking site for African American writers, authors, editors, poets, and creative professionals. Ananda shared these thoughts on October 3. 2009, at the Capital BookFest’s panel discussion on “Everything You Wanted to Know about Getting Published.” Authors Kevin Johnson, Donna Hill, and Charisse Carney Nunes participated in the discussion moderated by Gregg A. Wihelm. It was held inside of Borders Bookstore in Largo, Maryland.

Watch Ananda talk about her work as an artist-in-residence for Smith Farm Center for Healing and the Arts at Howard University Hospital n DC during a gallery event held at the Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery. Ananda shares how she uses poetry to document cancer patients’ experience while they are in the hospital. She discusses how she offers patients the power of choice in her work. Liane Scott of DC Visions and Video Exchange filmed the video.

Watch Ananda’s interview with WUSA Channel 9 Morning News Anchor Andrea Roane on March 11, 2008 in Washington, DC. During the interview, Ananda discusses the importance of Women’s History Month and the meaning of art and creativity in women’s lives. She also shares information about her novel Love’s Troubadours – Karma: Book One and the orginal artwork on the book cover. In addition, she discusses her novel’s connection to the Haitian goddess of love – Erzulie, HIV/AIDS awareness, The Women’s Collective, and the historic U Street neighborhood.

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