Recently, I hosted Lolita Files, Donna Hill, Parry EbonySatin Brown, and Tananarive Due in a Face Book group for a chat about a novel they had penned years ago. The response from the readers was overwhelming gratitude. But another response of "Who's that?" reminded me that a whole new generation of readers are not familiar with authors I consider the "graduate" class of the literary world. How could I bridge that gap in authors people missed and the ones others never heard of?

A dynamic idea of creating Naleighna Kai's Literary Café Magazine hit me during the weekend of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday. The magazine, would focus on articles, intimate chats, reviews, tips for aspiring writers and published authors, literary events, health and fitness, and a world of issues that mattered to my reading audience. This would be the perfect complement to the online group where we're hosting a series of chats and telephone conferences with authors you know and love, as well as authors you might not have heard from in a while.

Now with the creation of Naleighna Kai's Literary Café Magazine, we will be able to keep book lovers up-to-date with authors from the literary past and introduce others who could very well be part of the TBR (to be read) future. Take a look between the pages and see for yourself. Remember to subscribe to receive it on a monthly basis


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