Sierra DeMulder – How to Define you

Performed at Icehouse in Minneapolis, MN

“the memory of a dream becoming translucent in the morning light”

Don’t miss this poem from Sierra DeMulder, performing at Icehouse in Minneapolis, MN

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Rudy Francisco – A Series of Gentle Reminders

Performed at Icehouse in Minneapolis, MN

“A closed fist can punch through a wall but you can’t fix the hole until you open your hands”

Don’t miss this poem from Rudy Francisco, performing at Icehouse in Minneapolis, MN

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Ebony Stewart – Fear

Performed her poem “Fear”

“Fear must be coming out but still having to pretend to be someone else.”

Don’t miss this poem from Ebony Stewart, performing her poem “Fear”

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Amiyah Anderson – I Was Born In Quicksand

Performed at The Town Hall in New York, NY

“This isn’t a coincidence, our voice is what they want to silence, but I’ll keep my chin up, and my fist held high.”

Don’t miss this poem from Amiyah Anderson, performing at The Town Hall in New York, NY

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Rudy Francisco – Ode to Selfies

Performed at Icehouse in Minneapolis, MN

“Months from now, I hope you stumble across the picture, and are ambushed by your own radiance.”

Don’t miss this poem from Rudy Francisco, performing at Icehouse in Minneapolis, MN

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Duke the Root – In 2016

Performed at the Stonewall International Poetry Slam in Baltimore, MD

“By all means, pray about it but get back to me when you are ready to do the work. Because faith without works is…”

Don’t miss this poem from Duke the Root, performing at the Stonewall International Poetry Slam in Baltimore, MD

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Kyle “Guante” Tran Myhre – BTS 40K

Performed at Icehouse in Minneapolis, MN

“As we march we sing and when the wave comes, oh, let us light up the night”

Don’t miss this poem from Kyle “Guante” Tran Myhre, performing at Icehouse in Minneapolis, MN

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Andrea Gibson – How I Became a Poet

Performed in Longmont, CO

“Tell me again how you intend to rescue their women. How you will teach them how to read in the schools you have turned to prisons, how you will offer them doctors in the hospitals you have burned with their children inside.”

Don’t miss this poem from Andrea Gibson, performing in Longmont, CO

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