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AWP 18 Round-Up: Aggarwal, Morris, & The White Shame Panel

Some Notes and Reflections on AWP, Tampa from Vidhu Aggarwal, Tracie Morris, Natalia Treviño, Ching-In Chen, LeeAnne Howe, Rita Dove and Wendy Barker. Notes from the Swamp  Reflections on AWP 2018 by Vidhu Aggarwal There was talk at AWP: why Tampa, Florida? Driving down from Orlando, I am part of the I-4 corridor–a strip of freeway

Pre-Order Letters to the Future

Letters to the Future: Black Women / Radical Writing, edited by Erica Hunt and Dawn Lundy Martin is now available for pre-order through August 1, for $30. Place your order here.   Edited by Erica Hunt and Dawn Lundy Martin A collection of poems, essays, elder conversations, and visual works, Letters to the Future: Black WOMEN

Culturally Responsive Teaching Institute

  Kore Press Offers A Teacher Institute on Culturally Responsive Pedagogy { for librarians and educators } Thursday, June 7, 2018 Hosted by City Center for Collaborative Learning The day-long institute includes a morning and afternoon session, with breakfast, lunch and a copy of the anthology Letters to the Future: Black Women /Radical Writing, edited by Erica Hunt and

Letters to the Future: A Multi-Media Salon

Tuesday, April 24, 5:30-7pm, at The Dunbar Pavilion on the second floor in room 210, Kore Press hosts an interactive, muti-media salon on Letters to the Future: Black Women / Radical Writing, led by Dr Stephanie Troutman. The salon will walk us through some of the images and visually-driven works in the book edited by Erica

Open House with July Westhale

July Westhale is coming to Tucson April 15 & 16 to read her award-winning poems of poverty, grief and sanctuary from her acclaimed new book, Trailer Trash, selected by Robin Coste Lewis for the Kore Press First Book Award (just out). Westhale is an Oakland poet writing about the cotton-country of Riverside County, Southern California in