Author Talk : Tre’ Vaughn Taylor
August 17, 2021
4:00 – 5:00p
Join us for a in-depth conversation with author and artist Sev7en Taylor / Tre’ Vaughn Taylor about his book The Principles of Permission : Shifting the Mental, an intimate conversation on how to shift your mental perspective and health. In his book, he recalls the impact of meeting “ Prodigy” from Mobb Deep & his journey to becoming “ Sev7en Taylor.” Throughout the book, he shares mental tips, success hacks and raw moments from his life and takes readers on a journey to unlocking inner & outer success.
Are you ready to achieve a higher you?
This program will be a conversation with author and artist Sev7en Taylor / Tre’ Vaughn Taylor and will be moderated by poet and spoken word artist Jonah Craggett.
About The Author
Tre’ Vaughn ” Sev7en Taylor” Taylor – Author
Tre’ Vaughn ” Sev7en Taylor” (he/him) was born and raised in New Haven, Connecticut. Striving at an early age to get his artistic ideas across, he jumped on the scene as an author late 2015; instantly gaining a following of book lovers. His work was refreshing and exciting and gave readers a mental visual into his mind.
The Project Of Being A Woman was his first published piece and he has since gone on to write four more groundbreaking novels. Along with the success of his books; he ventured into the music scene in 2015 and made a music staple for himself. He has always expressed his desires of becoming a mogul and has become a blueprint for younger boys to follow and create their own successes. He continues to amaze and bring in new consumers with his mind bending talents.
Jonah Craggett – Moderator
Jonah (he/him) is a second year Graduate Candidate in Creative Writing at Southern Connecticut State University. A New Haven native, Jonah was the winner of the 2014 campus slammer storytelling festival and his poems have been published numerous times in the Eastern Connecticut Exposure Literary Magazine. He has spent the last decade working to fight for equity in black spaces with numerous groups including the New Haven People’s center, the ECSU women’s and Intercultural Center, NHPS, and local churches. Jonah’s writing focuses on Black humanism, joy, and the nuances of forgotten black history.