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Legacy & Lineage: Written Alive By Legacy And Lineage Poets
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Legacy & Lineage is a course designed by international author and performance poet TS Hawkins. The goal of the course is to have students blueprint their imprint with pride by paying homage to... More > classic literary works to quill their own legacy. Using poetry as vessel to catapult truth, the students utilized styles such as anaphora, haiku, tanka, villanelle and verse while merging lines from classic literary works to help pen their stories. Being influenced by the works of William Shakespeare, Alice Walker, Edgar Allan Poe, Lois Lowry, Tony Kushner, Jeanine Tesori, Maya Angelou, Paula S. Rothenberg and John Colapinto, just to name a few, students learned how to move language from the page to the stage; pushing themselves out of their comfort zone to cultivate a unique voice plus hone proficient skills in creative writing.< Less
The Deepest Light By Orin Griffin
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This is the life work of poetry from a unique artist. Poetry that suits the common man and woman. It echoes with inspiration from the soul. Orin Griffin was born, raised and still living in... More > Schenectady, New York. Orin has written prose and poetry his entire life. Orin is a graduate of Albany State University, NY. His minor in African American studies was a premise for his literary passion. Reading the works of Zora Neale Hurston, W.E.B DuBois, Maya Angelou, Langston Hughes made a long lasting impression on the writer; to write with soulful wisdom. Orin played football at the University and was recruited to play professionally with the Baltimore Colts. He was also a Blues and R&B band leader, singing and writing his own CD.< Less
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A Collection of Many Hearts By Monica Key Davis
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This collection of poetry captures the many moments in life and fills the pages of this short collection. From the heartfelt love poems to the deep anguish of life’s difficulties, it is easily... More > relatable to many readers. Monica Key Davis was born on October 3, 1989 in Philadelphia, Pa. Since the age of eleven, she has had a growing love and interest in poetry. She has a love for poets such as Maya Angelou, Emily Dickinson, Langston Hughes, John Keats, and a few others. Alongside writing, Monica also has a passion for fine art. She was involved in a few art classes at a young age to enhance her creativity, while also attending an architecture and design school. Monica Davis is married with children and currently lives in the Philadelphia area. She continues to live out the creative side she was gifted with.< Less
A Collection of Many Hearts By Monica Key Davis
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This collection of poetry captures the many moments in life and fills the pages of this short collection. From the heartfelt love poems to the deep anguish of life’s difficulties, it is easily... More > relatable to many readers. Monica Key Davis was born on October 3, 1989 in Philadelphia, Pa. Since the age of eleven, she has had a growing love and interest in poetry. She has a love for poets such as Maya Angelou, Emily Dickinson, Langston Hughes, John Keats, and a few others. Alongside writing, Monica also has a passion for fine art. She was involved in a few art classes at a young age to enhance her creativity, while also attending an architecture and design school. Monica Davis is married with children and currently lives in the Philadelphia area. She continues to live out the creative side she was gifted with.< Less
There is an Answer: Living in the Post-Apocalyptic World By Candace Frazee
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Winner, 2010 International Book Award, New Age: Non-Fiction category; finalist, 2009 USA Book News Best Books Award, New-Age: Non-Fiction category; honorable mention, 2009 Writer's Digest... More > International Book Award. Candace Frazee has been writing about Emanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772) for 20 years. People around the world ask her about the Swedish scientist turned Christian writer. In her first book, she shares 299 of the 726 published letters she answered in her newsletter SILA (Swedenborg Information of Los Angeles). Letters have not only come from seekers in Australia, Japan, and Kenya, but also from Ken Burns, Maya Angelou, M. Scott Peck, John Bradshaw, and Norman Cousins. An amazing read!< Less
Girls Who Colored Outside the Lines By Summer Dawn Reyes
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Growing up, we all have heroes -- from cartoon characters that remind us of us, to famous people who've overcome the same challenges we face. But finding these heroes isn't easy for everyone,... More > especially young girls of color. That's why we made Girls Who Colored Outside the Lines, a coloring book featuring groundbreaking women of color. We want to tell a dozen stories and inspire hundreds of girls. By giving young women of color positive role models who look like them, we help them visualize a world where they become heroes, too. Our pages pay tribute to Maya Angelou, Pura Belpré, Angela Davis, Katherine Johnson, Rita Moreno, Ibtihaj Muhammad, Mithali Raj, Naoko Takeuchi, Kara Walker, Anna May Wong, Holly Woodlawn and Malala Yousafzai! ABOUT THINKING IN FULL COLOR Thinking In Full Color is an arts and education organization focused on empowering women of color. For more information and to get involved, visit ThinkingInFullColor.com< Less
Inspired Poet By Christopher Altidor
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The following poems that I have written were composed to elaborate on the environment in which I was living. While attending Shorewood High School, I wrote these poems in my spare time to capture the... More > things I have seen walking around the campus and within the community. Most of the poems I wrote before my eighteenth birthday. In my senior year approaching graduation, I decided that I wanted to take my body of work and get it published. Doing so,I found a publisher who introduced me to a company that helps artist publish their own work.Later, The Inspired Poet was composed and I found a way to share with people my most inner thoughts as a poet. In the future, I plan to continue writing poetry in hopes that I might get published in magazines and perhaps create more books that will contain my work.In the future I hope that I could be mentioned amongst other poets such Maya Angelou, Langston Hughes, Nikki Giovanni, and other poets that have contributed to the beautiful world of poetry.< Less

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