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Stephon Alexander is a Professor of Physics at Brown University and the winner of the 2013 American Physical Society Bouchet Award . He is also a jazz musician and recently finished recording his first electronic jazz album with Erin Rioux . He lives in Providence , RI .
Terry Blackhawk is the founder and Executive Director Emerita of Detroit ’ s acclaimed InsideOut Literary Arts Project , a poets- in-schools program serving over 5,000 youth per year . Her books of poems include Body & Field ( Michigan State University Press , 1999 ); Escape Artist ( BkMk Press , 2003 ), selected by Molly Peacock for the John Ciardi Prize ; and The Dropped Hand ( Marick Press , 2007 ). She has published two chapbooks , Trio : Voices from the Myths ( Ridgeway Press , 1998 ) and Greatest Hits 1989- 2003 ( Pudding House Press ). Her poems have appeared in numerous anthologies and journals , including Marlboro Review , Michigan Quarterly Review , Florida Review , Borderlands , Artful Dodge , The MacGuffin and Nimrod . Her essays have been published in Review Revue , An Emily Dickinson Encyclopedia , Language Arts Journal of Michigan and anthologies from the Teachers & Writers Collaborative . She was a finalist for the 2009 Pablo Neruda Prize from Nimrod Press for “ Out of the Labyrinth ” and other poems . Her latest poetry collection is The Light Between ( Wayne State University Press , 2012 ). She serves on the board of the Association of Writers and Writing Programs ( AWP ) and is a founding board member of the WITS ( Writers in the Schools ) Alliance .
Peter A . Bradley attended the Society of Arts and Crafts in Detroit and later Yale University . He has taught at Franconia College , New Hampshire . His professional experiences include Director of the Alexander Workshop , South Africa ; Associate Director of the Perls Gallery , New York ; Workshop leader for African artists , FUBA- UKSSALEP- J . A . F ., Johannesburg , South Africa ; Artist in Residence , Syracuse University , New York . Bradley has been represented by the Alexander Calder collection for Perls Gallery and has been employed by the Guggenheim Museum . The DeMenil family commissioned Bradley to create the exhibit and catalogue , The Deluxe Show . Over the last thirty years , Peter Bradley has exhibited his paintings and sculptures at numerous shows , including The Whitney Museum of American Art Biennial ( 1972- 73 ) and at the Gallery Hirondelle in New York City ( 1984 ). His work is in the permanent collections of a number of museums and galleries , including The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art in New York City , the Fogg Museum at Harvard University , the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston , as well as the Johannesburg Art Foundation in South Africa , and the Industrial Bank of Japan in Hong Kong . He has been awarded the following grants and awards : The Pollack Krasner Award , The Andy Warhol Foundation Exhibition Grant , The United States- South Africa Leader Exchange Program funding , The National Endowment for the Arts , and an invitational residency at the Clayworks Studio Workshop .
A native of Los Angeles , CA , poet Kamau Daáood was a member of the Watts Writers Workshop and the Pan African People ’ s Arkestra , under the direction of pianist Horace Tapscott in the late 1960s . He and drummer Billy Higgins were co- founders of The World Stage Performance Gallery , a non- profit arts institution . A recipient of numerous honors , awards , and fellowships , Daáood has spent more than four decades performing , recording , curating , teaching and producing programs in schools , churches , prisons , storefronts , arts venues , libraries , festivals , conferences , radio , television , museums , and galleries , nationally and internationally . His books include The Language of Saxophones : Selected Poems of Kamau Daáood ( City Lights Publishers , 2005 ), and Notes d ’ un Griot de Los Angeles ( Le Castor Astral publisher , 2012 ), a bi- lingual translation , published during his artist-in-residency at L ’ Universite Michel de Montaigne in Bordeaux , France . He recorded the critically acclaimed CD , Leimert Park ( M . A . M . A . Records ) in 1997 . Daáood has been a featured poet in several documentaries , including Life is a Saxophone produced by S . Pearl Sharp ( 1984 ); the PBS documentary Race is the Place ( Paradigm Productions , 2005 ); and Leimert Park : The Story of a Village in South Central L . A . by Jeannette Lindsay ( DVD , 2008 ). More recently , he appears in And When I Die I Won ’ t Stay Dead , a film about Bob Kaufman by filmmaker Billy Woodbury ( 2016 ).
Lydie Diakhaté is a film producer / director , art critic and curator for exhibitions and art programs specializing in the arts and cultures of Africa and the African Diaspora . The founder of K ’ a Yéléma Productions , she also co-founded and co-directed the Real Life Documentary Festival in Accra , Ghana , from 2006 to 2012 . She has written for various publications , including NKA , Wasafiri , Museum Management and Curatorship , and La Croix . Her recent films include the documentary One Bright Morning : The Art of Melvin Edwards ( 49 min ., USA / France , 2016 ); the production of : Négritude : A Dialogue between Wole Soyinka and Senghor ( 52 min ., France / USA / Germany / Portugal , 2015 ) and Edouard Glissant : One World in Relation ( 52 min ., France / USA , 2010 ) both directed by Manthia Diawara . She was the curator of Alien Script , Drawings by Walter Mosley ( 2013 ); The World of Frédéric Bruly Bouabré , and His Object Teaching ( 2012 ) in New York City .
Joel Dias-Porter ( aka DJ Renegade ) born and raised in Pittsburgh , PA , was the 1998-99 Heads Up Haiku Slam Champion . His poems have appeared in Time magazine , The Washington Post , Best American Poetry 2014 , POETRY , Callalloo , Ploughshares , Antioch Review , Red Brick Review , Asheville Review , Beltway Quarterly , and the anthologies Breakbeat Poets , Gathering Ground , Love Poetry Out Loud , Meow : Spoken Word from the Black Cat , Short Fuse , Role Call , Def Poetry Jam , and 360 Degrees of Black Poetry .
Walter L . Gordon , III has a Ph . D . in political science and is a criminal and appellate lawyer in Los Angeles , CA , where he has practiced for over four decades . He has taught at UCLA Law School and published articles in various legal journals . His most recent book , The Nat Turner Insurrection Trials : A Mystic Chord Resonates Today is available on Amazon . com . His family history is intertwined with Loren Miller ’ s . His wife is a Superior Court judge .
Born in Iowa , Ruth Hardinger is a painter and sculptor living in New York City . Her most recent solo exhibitions in New York include the State University of New York , Old Westbury ; Long Island University , Brooklyn ; Brian Morris Gallery ( 2 person ); Five Myles ( a two-person show curated by Charlotta Kotik ); CREON Gallery , Sideshow Gallery ; Lesley Heller Workspace ; the Catskill Art Society ; PS 209 , Woodstock Artists Association & Museum ; Brunnier Gallery , Iowa State University ; and Centro Cultural de Santo Domingo , Oaxaca , Mexico . Among her numerous group shows are : 11ème édition Salon Zürcher , Paris , France ; Displaced Landscape , Narrowburg , NY ; IN-SITE Sculpture , South Orange , NJ ; Masters and Pelavin ; Hal Bromm Gallery . Her work is in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art Library , Artist Book Collection ; Chase Manhattan Bank ; Edward Albee Foundation , to name a few . Reviews of some of her exhibitions may be found in The New York Times , Art in America , Sculpture magazine , ArtCritical , and the Brooklyn Rail . She received a BA degree in Classical Studies , graduating magna cum laude from Hunter College in New York City . A passionate environmental activist , Hardinger is a member of Damascus Citizens for Sustainability .
Bill Harris is an Emeritus Professor of English at Wayne State University . He received the Kresge Foundation Eminent Artist award for 2011 . He is a playwright , poet , and art critic . He formerly served as artistic coordinator at JazzMobile and the New Federal Theatre in New York , and was Chief Curator at the Charles H . Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit . His plays have been produced nationwide , and he has published books of plays , poetry , and reappraisals of American history . Booker T . & Them : A Blues is his latest publication .
Carole Harris is a fiber artist , working primarily in the art quilt medium . Her work is included in several private and institutional collections and has been exhibited extensively worldwide . A recent highlight is inclusion in the exhibition “ The Sum of Many Parts : 25 Quiltmakers in 21st Century America ,” which toured China , where she was a guest lecturer . She has also received numerous awards including a 2015 Kresge Foundation Visual Arts Fellowship . She earned a B . F . A . degree from Wayne State University in Detroit in 1966 .
Dr . Steven L . Isoardi authored and edited Central Avenue Sounds : Jazz in Los Angeles ( University of California Press , 1998 ), which won the 1999 Oral History Association Book Award , as well as editing Jazz Generations ( Continuum , 2000 ) and Songs of the Unsung ( Duke University Press , 2001 ), the autobiographies of L . A . jazz greats Buddy Collette and Horace Tapscott . In 2006 , his history of the Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra and community arts movement of South Central Los Angeles — The Dark Tree : Jazz and the Community Arts in Los Angeles — was published by the University of California Press . He has served as a consultant on various documentary films , including Leimert Park : the story of a village in south central Los Angeles — produced and directed by his partner , Jeannette Lindsay , and released on DVD in 2008 . Currently , Dr . Isoardi is working with Kamau Daáood on a book exploring Kamau ’ s fifty years in the Los Angeles black arts movement . This piece is taken from that work-in-progress . He is also an adjunct professor at Antioch University , a curator for the Interactive Jazz Museum at the soon-to be-constructed Jazz Bakery in Culver City , CA , and is organizing a series of jazz concerts for the Mayme Clayton Library & Museum , also in Culver City .
Shayla Lawson is the author of A Speed Education in Human Being ( Sawyer House Press , 2013 ), PANTONE ( MIEL Books , 2016 ), and the forthcoming I Think I ’ m Ready to See Frank Ocean ( Saturnalia Books , 2018 ). Her work has appeared in Colorado Review , MiPOesias , South Dakota Review , and The Journal . She is a member of the Affrilachian Poets .
Naomi Long Madgett is author of ten books of poetry , an autobiography , and two textbooks . She also edited two anthologies , including the groundbreaking Adam of Ifé : Black Women in Praise of Black Men . She has been the Poet Laureate of Detroit since 2001 and was winner of the prestigious 2012 Kresge Eminent Artist Award . She is the founder of Lotus Press , Inc . ( now Broadside Lotus Press ) and served as its publisher and editor from 1972 to 2015 . She is also Professor of English Emerita at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti , MI .
Joseph McLaren is Professor Emeritus , Hofstra University , where he taught African American and African literature . His publications include a variety of articles on literature and culture . He is the author of Langston Hughes : Folk Dramatist in the Protest Tradition , 1921-1943 ( 1997 ). In addition , he co-edited Pan-Africanism Updated ( 1999 ) and African Visions ( 2000 ) and edited two volumes of the Collected Works of Langston Hughes : The Big Sea ( 2002 ) and I Wonder As I Wander ( 2002 ). With legendary jazz artist Jimmy Heath , he co-authored I Walked with Giants ( 2010 ), Heath ’ s autobiography . Professor McLaren also published an essay entitled “ Malcolmesque : A Black Arts Literary Genre ” in Malcolm X ’ s Michigan Worldview : An Exemplar for Contemporary Black Studies ( 2015 ).
E . Ethelbert Miller is a writer , poet and literary activist . His Collected Poems , edited by Kirsten Porter , was released in March 2016 by Willow Books . In April 2015 , he was inducted into the Washington , DC , Hall of Fame . He is the author of 5th Inning , a memoir , and he is heard often on National Public Radio ( NPR ).
Marielle Plaisir is a lace-maker , painter , illustrator , site-specific installation , performance , and paper-cut artist . Of mixed-Guadeloupian and French ancestry , Plaisir was born in France and divides her time between her studios in Guadeloupe and Miami , FL . She graduated from the École Supérieure des Beaux-Arts et des Arts Décoratifs , Bordeaux , France , with a specialty in art and theater set design . She has a Masters degree ( D . E . A .) in Applied Arts from the University of Bordeaux III . Since 2000 , her work has been exhibited internationally in solo and group shows around the world , including West Africa , South America , Europe , the Caribbean , and the United States . She expresses herself on such issues as identity , vagrancy , death , vanity , and power . Whether in site-specific installations , children ’ s books illustrations , or animation , her work demonstrates a strong urge to produce poetical pieces . Her artwork has received multiple awards . As an artist , she sees herself “ in ” the world and is on a constant quest for the most adequate medium to express her worldview . Her primary interest is in theatrical presentations , and for many years , she has exhibited in mostly unconventional venues : abandoned religious sites , old town squares , wineries , and most recently an abandoned train car , in an attempt to recompose a world where one can “ travel through both sides of the mirror .” Her newest exhibition , Acta Non Verba , is on view at the Contemporary Museum of Art North Miami , Miami , FL , through May 2016 .
Eric John Priestley was born in Los Angeles , CA , raised in Natchez , Louisiana , on the Lower East Side , and in Watts . Author of two novels , For Keeps and Raw Dogs , he is the writer and director of the documentary Two Poets Up-Close . He lives in Los Angeles .
The author of over 30 books , Ishmael Reed is a novelist , poet , playwright , lyricist and essayist . He is also a publisher , editor , television producer and public media commentator . A recipient of the MacArthur Genius Award , he has been a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and has been nominated twice for the National Book Award . His most recent book is Black Hollywood Unchained : Commentary on the State of Black Hollywood due in May 2016 from Third World Press , Chicago , IL . He publishes Konch , a literary magazine .
No ‘ u Revilla is a poet and performer of Hawaiian and Tahitian descent , currently finishing her Ph . D . in creative writing at the University of Hawai ‘ i-Mānoa . Her chapbook , Say Throne , was published by Tinfish Press in 2011 . She served as poetry editor of Hawai ‘ i Review ( 2013-2015 ) and organized the first Aloha ‘ Āina Zine Workshop in solidarity with the protectors of Mauna Kea in July 2015 .
Ngũg1˜ Wa Thiong ’ o was born in Kenya , in 1938 . Currently , he is Distinguished Professor of English and Comparative Literature at the University of California , Irvine . He was educated at Kamandura , Manguu and Kinyogori primary schools ; Alliance High School , all in Kenya ; Makerere University College ( then a campus of London University ), Kampala , Uganda ; and the University of Leeds , Britain . He is the recipient of ten Honorary Doctorates and is also an Honorary Foreign Member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters , 2003 , and a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences , 2014 . A many-sided intellectual , he is a novelist , essayist , playwright , journalist , editor , academic and social activist .
Eben Wood is a graduate of the creative writing and literature programs at the University of Michigan , Ann Arbor , where he wrote his doctoral dissertation on the history and influence of the Umbra Workshop . He currently lives in Brooklyn , where he is an associate professor in the English Department at Kingsborough Community College , The City University of New York . His nonfiction essay “ Capital of Willows ,” which addresses the Korean War and American cultural memory through a firsthand account of travel to North Korea , appeared in the fall 2015 issue of The American Scholar . He is currently working on a project about the effects of globalization on the local lumber industry in the small Maine town where he grew up . He can be reached at ebenywood @ gmail . com .
Widely honored and translated , former California poet laureate Al Young is the author of many books , including collections of poetry , novels and memoirs . “ The Drummer Omar : Poet of Percussion ,” his tribute to jazz great Omar Clay , will appear in Best American Poetry 2016 . A memoir of his decades-long friendship with poet Denise Levertov is featured in biographer Donna Hollenberg ’ s forthcoming Denise Levertov in Company ( University of South Carolina Press ). Forthcoming from Al Young is 22 Moon Poems , October Variations , and Love Offline . He is Distinguished Professor in the California College of the Arts ’ MFA in Writing program , San Francisco , CA .
Contributors Stephon Alexander is a Professor of Physics at Brown University and the winner of the 2013 American Physical Society Bouchet Award. He is also a jazz musician and recently finished recording his first electronic jazz album with Erin Rioux. He lives in Providence, RI. 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