Sat, Dec 14 | Cafe con Libros

Onyx Book Launch Featuring Indigo Spoken

The official launch of “Onyx, poems” featuring “Indigo Spoken.” A lyrical reading of original poems from “Indigo” and “Blush” by author Cyrene Renee. It also features the key songs that inspired the eclectic sections of the books. Allowing for intimate incite by blending music and literature on one
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Onyx Book Launch Featuring Indigo Spoken

Time & Location

Dec 14, 2019, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Cafe con Libros, 724 Prospect Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11216, USA

About the Event

Onyx is the fifth published book from author Cyrene Renee. It is a dark place. At times, it is a

sad place, but a place we can all relate to. It is a real space and it should not be ignored. It

could be a place of peace and solace. A private place within ourselves that could be the source

of comfort and motivation. Our thoughts can roam free and judgement cannot survive. It is a

space of love. It is a space where the noise is, and our voices can be heard. It is a place of

consoling. It is just as sacred as our individual and collective light that we share. The hope is

we all overcome all our fears.

Author BIO

Cyrene Renee is an author and poet from The Bronx, New York City where she currently

resides. She has published five books “Call Me Queen, a novel,” Indigo, a collection of poems,”

“A Goddess Dreams, a novel,” “Blush, a collection of poems” and “Onyx, poems.” During the

108th NAACP Author's Pavilion at the NACCP National Convention, held in Baltimore, Maryland

July 2017, Cyrene was hand selected to be a featured author during the coveted event. Besides

Maryland, she has traveled throughout New York City, Washington D.C., and Dallas, Texas

speaking and hosting events for the promotion of her novels and poetry books.

Cyrene serves as a contributor for publications such as Nu Origins Magazine and most recently

Emily Cotton Top. With “Cyrene’s Reading Corner,” she writes reviews of various kinds of books

and literature to include novels (fiction and nonfiction), historical content, poetry books, comic

books as well as conducts author interviews. As an independent author herself, Cyrene has

chosen to bring attention to other writers and literary enthusiast by using her platform in the

artistic community.

In addition to books, Cyrene has also written the stage plays "Call Me Queen” a one-woman

play based off her debut novel. It premiered at the Manhattan Reparatory Theater and was

shown most recently at the NY Winter Theater Festival. She also wrote “I Don’t Think I Do,” a

witty and comical stage play filled with realism and practical reasoning about love and

relationships.

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