Monica Prince

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.

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Angela Belcher Epps

Angela Belcher Epps is the author of a novella, Salt in the Sugar Bowl (Main Street Rag, 2013). She has contributed to three anthologies: All

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LeJuane Bowens

LeJuane (El’Ja) Bowens is an award-winning spoken word poet, host, speaker, workshop facilitator, and author. Born in Detroit, Mich and raised in Lima, Ohio El’Ja

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