Monica Prince, one of the foremost scholars of choreopoems in the country, teaches activist and performance writing at Susquehanna University in Pennsylvania. Her published collections include the recently released Roadmap: A Choreopoem, How to Exterminate the Black Woman: A Choreopoem, and Instructions for Temporary Survival. Prince writes, teaches, and performs choreopoems across the nation.
Monét Noelle Marshall is a Durham, North Carolina-based artist, director, producer and creative consultant. She serves as the Founding Artistic Director of MOJOAA Performing Arts Company, producing new works by and new opportunities for Black playwrights. Marshall is also the Founder and Lead Con(sulting) Artist at BaD Arts Consulting which helps creatives do better business […]
Jonathan Samuel Eddie is a performance & teaching artist. Through the art of spoken word, he’s helped thousands of young artists harness the power of their voices. His unique brand of comedic poetry draws inspiration from black pop culture. He is the author of a poetry chapbook, “A Whole Notha Kinda Missing”. He was a […]
Nichole M. Palmer is a versatile journalist, dramatist, and published author known for captivating and insightful perspectives. With a passion for literature as a youth, this Gary, Indiana native earned a BSJ from Northwestern University and an MFA from New York University. This foundation helped Nichole birth other inspiring storytelling voices for more than 30 […]