Postcards to the Future: JOY / Tisa Bryant

Finally, in two sections, Tisa Bryant underscores the meaningfulness of teaching, creating, making work, making meaning for ourselves and those under our care. We are part of a community with psychic/psychological understandings, scars, wounds and words. Radical Black women make extraordinary work. There is joy to be found in that acceptance, in continuing this tradition

Postcards to the Future: ACTIVISM

“When we at KPI started this multi-month journey of protesting in place, we were in pandemic lockdown. Our primary thoughts connected social-distancing/physical isolation with remaining active and engaged in our families, community and world. With the spread of contagion surrounding us, constricting our movements, we had to think differently to care for ourselves and others

New Release: Wave Says by K.M. English

Kazim Ali, author of Inquisition and All One’s Blue, says of English’s Wave Says: “These gorgeous lines unravel like water, a wave as motion, lines of a poem, individual poems in a book, not precisely separate from one another but manifestations of momentum.” Poet K.M. English makes her literary debut on May 15, 2021 with Wave

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Safe Spaces Online: KPI Teen Revolt

Join us, JULY 3rd Piranha and Melora, for our biweekly LIVE as we discuss issues important to our lives right now as teens. RESCHEDULED: July 3rd 12pm MT Revolting rewind! Melora and Piranha will be reflecting on the past year of 20 Teen Revolt episodes, how it all went, what was learned, what they’re bringing with them,

Tracie Morris & Sandra Lim Receive Guggenheims

Join Kore Press Institute in celebrating Tracie Morris and Sandra Lim, two Kore Press poets awarded a 2021 Guggenheim Fellowship from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. Chosen through a rigorous peer-review process from almost 3,000 applicants, Morris and Lim are part of a diverse group of 184 artists, writers, scholars, and scientists in this

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