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Julian Randall

Julian Randall is a Living Queer Black poet from Chicago. He has received fellowships from Callaloo, BOAAT and the Watering Hole and was the 2015 National College Slam (CUPSI) Best Poet. He is the recipient of a Pushcart Prize. Julian is the curator of Winter Tangerine Review’s Lineage of Mirrors. His work has appeared or is…

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Camille Rankine

Camille Rankine is the author of Slow Dance with Trip Wire, selected by Cornelius Eady for the Poetry Society of America’s 2010 New York Chapbook Fellowship. The recipient of a 2010 “Discovery”/Boston Review Poetry Prize, she is featured as an emerging poet in the fall 2010 issue of American Poet and the April 2011 issue…

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Glenis Gale Redmond

  Bio   Glenis Redmond, a native of Greenville, South Carolina resides in North Carolina amongst the Cherokee mountains.  She graduated from Erskine College and is presently completing an MFA in Poetry at Warren Wilson College. Glenis is a NC Literary Fellowship Recipient from the North Carolina Arts Council and serves as a trustee on the NC…

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Treasure Shields Redmond

A Mississippi native, Treasure Shields Redmond is a St. Louis-based poet, performer and educator. She has published poetry in such notable anthologies as Bum Rush the Page: A Def Poetry Jam, Breaking Ground: A Reader Celebrating Cane Canem’s First Decade and in journals that include Sou’wester and  African American Review. She has received a fellowship…

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Justin Phillip Reed, St. Louis, MO

Justin Phillip Reed

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R. R. Reese

R. R. Reese is a Master of Fine Arts candidate at San Francisco State University and a graduate of Santa Clara University with a BA in English Literature.  His poems have appeared in the Poems Against War, Drunken Boat, Santa Clara Review, Monterey Journal, Authorizing Humanity, The Voice, and in other journals.  He is a Cave Canem Fellow and a…

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Reeves , Roger

Roger Reeves

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Reid , Ro-Lyan

Ro-Lyan Reid

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Richardson , Nate

Nate Lee Richardson

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Katy Richey

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Breauna L. Roach

Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE Breauna L. Roach is a native of Detroit, MI and a recipient of the Gwendolyn Brooks Writers Association’s Poetry Prize. Her work has appeared in the Detroit Institute of Art, Little Patuxent Review, The New Sound, and various other publications. She is a proud Alumna of Florida…

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Casey Rocheteau

Casey Rocheteau performs throughout the country, and has lead a variety of writing and performance workshops. She has been involved in slam poetry since 2003 including being a member of the 2012 Providence Slam Team. She’s released two albums on the Whitehaus Family Record, self published four books and her most recent book, Knocked Up…

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Kenyatta Rogers

Kenyatta Rogers’ interest in writing began with scary stories and TV shows such as the Twilight Zone and R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps series. While writing short stories as a child he began to focus more on poetry in high school. Being a native of the Cleveland area, he received his BA in English from the Kent…

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Alison C. Rollins

Alison C. Rollins, born and raised in St. Louis city, currently works as a Librarian for the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She is the second prizewinner of the 2016 James H. Nash Poetry contest and a finalist for the 2016 Jeffrey E. Smith Editors’ Prize. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in American Poetry…

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Christopher Rose

Christopher Rose

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Roy-Fequiere , Magali

Magali Roy-Fequiere

  Magali Roy-Fequiere’s poems explore memory and the phenomenal world. A daughter of multiple diasporas, she sees community as a state of radical openness. Her interest in photography is an attempt to get to know things vividly and honestly. Born in Haiti, she studied movement with the legendary Lavinia Williams. At seven, her family moved…

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Kamau Rucker

Kamau Rucker is a teacher and singer/songwriter. Additional work includes play writing. He is a Master of Fine Arts graduate in Creative Writing from George Mason University and a Cave Canem Fellow. Recent publication credits include: The Heat, The Day, and This Moment (San Francisco Bay Press), Conditions of Light (Pudding House Publications), Salamander, Drunken…

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Rushin , Kate

Kate Rushin

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Lauren Russell

Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE Lauren Russell is the author of chapbooks including Dream-Clung, Gone (Brooklyn Arts Press, 2012). Her first full-length collection, “What’s Hanging on the Hush,” will be out from Ahsahta in 2017. Russell’s poems have appeared or are forthcoming in print and online publications including eleven eleven, jubilat, Better, and…

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