Anthony McPherson Arvind Nandakumar Asia Bryant-Wilkerson Christopher Michael Damien McClendon Ed Mabrey Jahman Hill Kenneth Something Kofie Dadzie Michael Harriot RJ Walker Rudy Francisco Steven Willis Yaw Kyeremateng
Read the story by local writer Sara Saybo on winner Arvind Nandakumar:
Showing February 21 6 – 8 pm at the Magic Lantern Theater. To buy tickets click here.
There is a powerful reading by Nikki Patin 15 minutes into The MusicVox broadcast.
Surviving The Mic is a collaborative organization of survivors who are dedicated to creating a safe and affirming creative spaces for survivors of trauma (sexual trauma, racial trauma, violent trauma). Through their series of spoken word and performance-based events they seek to create a space for testimonies about sexual violence and to build skills to elevate those testimonials.
The goals of Surviving the Mic are:
- to help survivor artists hone their creative voices in order to tell their stories in powerful, impactful and artistic ways
- to create curricula and toolkits that can be used a model for other communities who’d like to make safe space
- to support cultural, emotional, physical, mental and economic well-being for survivor artists through safe and affirming performances, workshops, publications and professional practice training and support
- to provide opportunities for those who are not survivors to listen and learn from survivors
Click the link below to hear their conversation.
For more information on Surviving The Mic, visit them at survivingthemic.org/
Congratulations Lost Horse Press on your 15 years of independent literary publishing and programs.
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