Subscribe to Mosaic

Mosaic is a print tri-annual (Spring, Summer & Fall/Winter) that explores the literary arts by writers of African descent, and features interviews, essays, and book reviews.

> Six-issue Subscription: $29 (-20% discount)
> Three-issue Subscription: $16 (-11% discount)
> Current Issue: $7

Libraries: Contact EBSCO to subscribe

Mosaic has featured such artists Tiphanie YaniqueSaeed JonesLucille CliftonBernice McFadden, Walter Mosley, Staceyann Chin, Jabari Asim, Chimamanda Adichie, and Willie Perdomo among others and provides a unique space to preview upcoming releases through book reviews and author interviews. Each issue is supplemented with educator lesson plans based on our mission.

 

MOSAIC #39
Summer 2016

Interviews
Matthew Shenoda by Negesti Kaudo
Nicole Dennis-Benn by Danielle Jackson

Excerpt
Here Comes the Sun by Nicole Dennis-Benn

Lesson Plan
Audre Lorde by Eisa Nefertari Ulen
Mosaic’s lesson plans, developed for secondary school educators, demonstrate how our content can serve as a connective tool to empower educators to use books, writing, and reading to engage students.

Conversation
Revolutionary Hope: A Conversation Between Audre Lorde & James Baldwin
The conversation took place at Hampshire College in Amherst, MA and was originally published in ESSENCE in 1984.

Around Town
Freelance photographer Marcia E. Wilson gallivants around NYC looking for literary events to spotlight on the Around Town page. She may be at a reading near you.

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Make a Donation Any gift will help us sustain our ability to present published writers and develop literature-based programs. Click here to give what you can. Mosaic is produced by the Literary Freedom Project, a 501(c)3 tax-exempt not-for-profit arts organization that supports the literary arts through education, creative thinking, and new media.

9 thoughts on “Subscribe to Mosaic

  1. Greetings, I’ve just ordered the current issue of your magazine featuring articles by Ayana Mathis & William Melvin Kelley. Am I to understand that I will be receiving 3 copies of the same issue at a cost of $16.00 ? If so, no problem; just wasn’t clear on the 3 issue subscription notice.
    Looking forward to perusing your magazine.
    Thank you,

    Gail de los Santos Anderson (Tucson, AZ)

  2. Hello,

    First, thank you for subscribing, for believing. It will make a difference.

    Your subscription entitles you to the next three different issues Mosaic publishes –not three of the same issue. Your first issue was mailed this past Saturday and the next issues will pub in June and October. I hope this isn’t a curve ball.

    very best
    Ron

  3. Is paypal the only way to pay for a subscription? I work at a university and would like to purchase the magazine for the library, if possible.

    Thanks,
    Jamillah

  4. Hi Jamilah. Thanks for your interest. You can contact EBSCO to subscribe to Mosaic. If you have additional questions do nt hesitate to contact me.

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  6. I am interested in the Literary Freedom project and teaching the arts program for an after school reading program. I have been a volunteer English tutor for years. I currently have an internet radio program where I share educational resources and the arts. I would like to expose our youth to these great literary giants as a means to encourage reading. What do I need to do in order to be a part of the Literary Freedom Project and bring it to the Dallas/Ft. Worth area for the upcoming school year?

  7. Hi, thanks for your interest in the Literary Freedom Project. We are dedicated to making a difference in the Bronx, NY. Please feel free to review our parent site, http://www.literaryfreedom.org, and incorporate our initiative in any way you like. If you have additional questions do not hesitate to contact me.

    Ron Kavanaugh
    Literary Freedom Project

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