All posts by Tina

Tracie Morris in Tucson

“As anyone who’s gone to the movies or a poetry reading or church in a Black neighborhood or an Indian neighborhood knows, we *talk back*. We must in order to make our own space in the performance, our own space in the world.” —Kazim Ali Kore Press brings artist, actor, experimental vocalist and scholar, Tracie Morris to

An Interview with Sonya Renee Taylor

Lift You Out of the Pit What was your last bite? A mango, strawberry, blueberry maple yogurt parfait with maple quinoa granola. Tell us about The Body is Not an Apology and how you came to create this space. On February 9, 2011, I posted a Facebook status and profile picture of myself in a

Beth Alvarado

The Motherhood Poems: On the birth of my first grandchild by Beth Alvarado   The baby was born early. Eight weeks early to be exact. They now count gestation in weeks not months. I stood in the hall and heard his first cry. Like a kitten, small and mewing. He was small. Four pounds, three

Robin Coste Lewis to Judge Kore’s 2016 First Book Award

NEW DEADLINE: July 15, 2016

An Interview with Natasha Marin

On Magic and Lemonade with Natasha Marin   What was your last bite? Two truths and a lie: (a) My last bite was a grilled corncob, rubbed and marinated to lip-tingling awesome-sauce. (b) Sharkweek highlights included cheekfuls of tender metaphorical butt-flesh harvested from the delicate hind-quarters of those who need me to “know my place”–and the