Cre8tiveCon is a free conference that brings emerging literary creatives with educators and skilled professionals in publishing and film who are knowledgeable and skilled in their field.
Cre8te stories that will reach the masses
Meet the speakers
Entrepreneur and Producer
Nikesha Elise Williams
E. Danielle Butler
Marian L. Thomas
Stephen A Hart
Dr. Ashley Little
Rhea E. Skinner
CRE8TIVE CON is going VIRTUAL
*courses are subject to change
February 19, 2021
“The Art of Collaboration” with Jackie Myles"
Write for Harlequin
Creative Wellness Panel: Cassandra Hill, E. Danielle Butler
The Secret Sauce To Creating Authentic Digital Media Content w/ Chundria Brownlow
Podcasting While Black: Alika Turner, Nikesha Elise Wiliams
The Follow Up: Actually Getting to The Finish Line w/ Georgia Entertainment Association
Public Relations for your Book 101 w/ Just 1 PR
The Next Level—Your Outline for Setting a Book Goal” with KL Hall
How to Overcome Generational Curses to Build Generational Wealth" w/ Charlie C. Bingham Jr.
"The The Art of the Series" with Phoenix Williams
February 20, 2021
Workshop The Fundamentals of Screenwriting w/ Shalisha Bynoe
10 ways to self-publish your first book right w/ Marian L. Thomas
Creative Clinic: 5 Ways to Overcome Fear as a Writer w/ Ashley Little
How to select a publicist for your book w/ Jonell Whitt
Cancel Culture, What is it? w/ Media Prince
Branding Your Stories through social media w/ Seymone Kelly
Black Girl Writes: A Creative Roundtable Panel with Chimere Williams, Jermesha Striblet-Holmes, Sharain Hemingway, Drekkia
“6 Steps to Jumpstart Your Personal Brand” with Stephen A Hart
How to Determine the Editing Style Needed w/ Tamika Sims
The Success Code: Turning Your Entertainment Dreams into Reality w/ Kai Bowe
African Americans On the Move Book Club, Inc., founded by Tamika Newhouse, is to develop interactive literacy-based programs centered around African American books and those who write them. We advocate for literary arts, literacy, and bridging the gap for black writers and opportunities.
Our premiere annual events; the AAMBC Literary Awards and Black Writers Weekend, bridges the gaps between black literary creatives and opportunities that will advance their careers. Powered by AAMBC Inc., the organization focuses on new and emerging voices in literature and fusing them with established creatives in film, television, and publishing.