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Karla Brundage on Feeling, Movement, and Experiencing the Cycle of Destruction and Creation

Karla Brundage on Feeling, Movement, and Experiencing the Cycle of Destruction and Creation

An interview with Karla Brundage from The Write Stuff series: Karla Brundage is an Oakland poet, editor, essayist, activist with roots in the Bay Area, New York and…

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Quiet Lightning / literary mixtape curated by Anna Allen & Katie Tandy

Quiet Lightning / literary mixtape curated by Anna Allen & Katie Tandy

Quiet Lightning presents a literary mixtape curated by Anna Allen & Katie Tandy, held virtually on Monday, February 7, 2022, with readings/performance by (in the following order): Steven Hill » Rebeca L….

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Better Ancestors 5: Dr. Allison E. Francis, adrienne danyelle oliver, Christine No, Danny Thien Le & Tez de la Tierra

Better Ancestors 5: Dr. Allison E. Francis, adrienne danyelle oliver, Christine No, Danny Thien Le & Tez de la Tierra

Quiet Lightning hosted the fifth Better Ancestors, a quarterly series showcasing writers of color, with a virtual event on Monday, January 5, 2022. Hosted by Rhea Dhanbhoora and…

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James Morehead on Doing the Right Thing When No One Else Will

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