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Kwame Dawes
Poet, novelist, editor, playwright, professor--Noah of all things
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Matthew Shenoda Jun 19
Joy Harjo Named U.S. Poet Laureate, Becoming First Native American In That Role : NPR
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Kathryn Louise 🏳️‍🌈 Jun 16
Grateful to sit through this craft talk on Katherine Dunn’s On Cussing with , & Debra Gwartney.
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Justine Henzell Jun 17
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Wayne Chen Jun 16
Neville Augustus Dawes (16 June 1926 – 13 May 1984), Jamaican Novelist and Poet, born 93 years ago in Warri, Nigeria, to Jamaican parents Augustus Dawes, a Baptist missionary and teacher, and his wife Laura.
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dalia • د Jun 11
Replying to @kwamedawes @chrisabani
thank you & for selecting and editing this work, and for the work you do to uplift and bring African poetry to the forefront of the literary world. I'm indebted to so many for making this dream of appearing in this series a reality for me.
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AfricanPoetrySeries Jun 11
It’s Official!!!🎉🍾🎊
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Akashic Books Jun 11
🎉 HAPPY PUB DAY! Today is the official release of our latest collaboration with , NEW-GENERATION AFRICAN POETS: A CHAPBOOK BOX SET (SITA), edited by and .
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Sena Dawes Jun 12
I'm super excited to post a new part time doing with me. If you're in and working/trying to get into this world and especially if you're interested in evaluation, please apply and SHARE! :)
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Akashic Books Jun 7
In case you missed 2019 Windham-Campbell Prize Recipient ' latest novel, BIVOUAC, and have you covered:
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Kwame Dawes Jun 5
Kwame here, trying to reach you. Do backchannel me, please.
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Nadra Mabrouk May 30
Incredibly honored to be a recipient of the 2019 alongside the gifted . Grateful to & judges Matthew Shenoda, Leila Chatti & Phillippa Yaa de Villiers for spending time w/ the voices of many brilliant African artists. What a vivid dream.
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Jamaica Baldwin May 30
Wonderful to watch a mentor receive well-deserved recognition. Congrats !
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Bridget Quinn May 30
Fabulous cover! And congrats, can't wait to read.
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Natalie Diaz May 30
Gracias to for sparking me toward this years ago, and for letting and I make this. It’s a great book for classes inquiring about race, sexuality, sport, body politic, body strong, body defeated, body contested.
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Poets House May 7
Tonight at 7pm - free admission w/ RSVP! Join us for this event featuring poets and in discussion with about how the echoes of oppression influence their writing.
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Polina May 7
Just in a few hours! Valzhyna Mort and will read their poetry and discuss the choice of language for poetic expression and how their native country's history and politics is reflected in their work. Don't miss at 7pm in Poets House NYC
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Sena Dawes Apr 27
Look at my ACE 😍😍😍
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Hope Wabuke Apr 26
representing and winning all the things.
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lgmerchant Apr 26
Just and keep inspiring the rest of us!
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Kwame Dawes Apr 16
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