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ALL THE FEMINIST POETS: LaToya Jordan

So excited to be the featured poet for the next installment of "All the Feminist Poets" on Weird Sister. I was interviewed by fellow poet and editor of Weird Sister, Marisa Crawford. Check it out and let me know what you think! ALL THE FEMINIST POETS: LaToya Jordan.

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Interview with Author/Illustrator Don Tate for National Poetry Month

Check out this interview I did with a great children's book author/illustrator Don Tate. We talked about his new book out this fall, "The Remarkable Story of George Moses Horton Poet," who was the first African American poet to be published in the South--while he was still a slave!  Thanks to author/poet E. Kristin Anderson… Continue reading Interview with Author/Illustrator Don Tate for National Poetry Month

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WORDS Sunday at Calabar Imports Bed-Stuy PopUp, Starts 3/22 FREE!

Thank you to Patricia Spears Jones for inviting me to be part of the WORDS Sunday literary series at Calabar Imports Bed Stuy PopUp. It's an honor, truly. I don't do readings much, so of course I'm nervous but it'll be so nice to read in my old neighborhood. The series begins this Sunday, March 22… Continue reading WORDS Sunday at Calabar Imports Bed-Stuy PopUp, Starts 3/22 FREE!

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Buy My Chapbook on November 11th! (and a poem preview)

And we have lift off! The pre-sale for my first chapbook, Thick-Skinned Sugar, published by Finishing Line Press, begins November 11th and runs through January 9th. I'll be sure to share the link to purchase as soon as I have it. *Please by my book, please!* Here's a poem from the chapbook. I was going to… Continue reading Buy My Chapbook on November 11th! (and a poem preview)

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Rules for My Future Son Should I Have One

It's Labor Day. I decided to participate in the "For Ferguson and AllsWhere: A Virtual Exhibition" taking place today. Artists of all types are supposed to "unite against police brutality and cultures of violence in an online exhibition."Check out the Facebook page. http://www.facebook.com/artistsforferguson This page is also affiliated with Artists Against Police Brutality/Cultures of Violence, also on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/artistsagainstbrutality.#Artists4FergusonHere's the poem I wrote yesterday (and did some… Continue reading Rules for My Future Son Should I Have One