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A Detroit-area performance of poetry and music by two women of color serves to mark Black History Month and kick off the Arab American National Museum's concert series. The Dearborn museum's Global Fridays series starts its latest season Feb. 9 with "Women Writers Resist!" It features Aja Monet, a poet of Cuban American descent, and the jessica Care moore Quartet, a group whose namesake is a Detroit-born poet, performance artist and read more...

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Natalie D-Nalopeon discusses valuable lessons learned and victories from a year in which she aimed to reach 101 rejections for her writing. The post 6 Lessons Learned from a Year of 101 Rejections appeared first on read more...

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Natalie D-Nalopeon discusses valuable lessons learned and victories from a year in which she aimed to reach 101 rejections for her writing. The post 6 Lessons Learned from a Year of 101 Rejections appeared first on read more...

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Jenny Powell released her nove l The Case of the Missing Body in 2016; a relationship between body and mind. But her first love is read more...

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?The Mining Ship the Red Dwarf? (parody of ?The Bonnie Ship the Diamond?) by Marc Gunn, February 23, 2005 Performed read more...

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On a cold afternoon at the end of Fall term, I walked into my college classroom with trepidation. I knew the students well by then: they were intelligent, engaged, and willing to discuss complex poetry and fiction from all over the read more...

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On a cold afternoon at the end of Fall term, I walked into my college classroom with trepidation. I knew the students well by then: they were intelligent, engaged, and willing to discuss complex poetry and fiction from all over the read more...

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George Balanchine rehearsing "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" (music by Richard Rodgers) with Suzanne Farrell and Arthur Mitchell, 1968. George Balanchine's "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" is permanently imprinted on my brain, perhaps because I saw it during the year of its debut as a stand-alone ballet and with the original cast but also because the choreography perfectly matches the music, which is gorgeous, sexy, and haunting (listen to the theme that begins at around 1:30). I've seen it many times, most recently with David, during a NYCB collaboration with The Dance read more...

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