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Saturday, April 30 • 12:15pm - 1:15pm
Cave Canem Fellows

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Toi Derricotte and Cornelius Eady founded Cave Canem in 1996 with the intuition that African American poets would benefit from having a place of their own in the literary landscape. Over the past 16 years, that intuition has become a conviction. In Cave Canem, emerging poets find sustenance, a safe space to take artistic chances. The organization's community has grown from a gathering of 26 poets to become an influential movement with a renowned faculty and high-achieving national fellowship of 344. Our Cave Canem roster features mostly poets who have not yet made appearances at this event. We will have fresh faces and fresh voices to present at this year's festival.

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Jarita Davis

Jarita Davis is a poet and fiction writer with a B.A. in classics from Brown University and both an M.A. and a Ph.D. in creative writing from the University of Louisiana, Lafayette. She was the writer in residence at the Nantucket Historical Association and has received fellowships from the Mellon Mayes program, Cave Canem, Hedgebrook, and the Disquiet International Literary Program in Lisbon. Her work has appeared in the Southwestern Review... Read More →

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Antoinette Brim

Assistant Professor of English, Capital Community College
Antoinette Brim, author of two collections of poetry "Icarus in Love" (Main Street Rag, 2013) and "Psalm of the Sunflower" (Willow Books, 2009), is a Cave Canem Foundation fellow, a recipient of the Walker Foundation Scholarship to the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, and a Pushcart Prize nominee. |   | Her poetry, memoir and critical work has appeared in various journals and magazines including the "Tidal Basin Review," "95Notes... Read More →
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Treasure Shields Redmond

Founding Writer, Feminine Pronoun Consultants, LLC
Treasure Shields Redmond is a St. Louis metro-area based poet, speaker, diversity & inclusion coach, and social justice educator. Her book, chop: a collection of kwansabas for fannie lou hamer (Argus House Press, 2015) focuses on the life of civil rights icon Fannie Lou Hamer. Over a twenty year educational career, Treasure has facilitated dialogues about poetry, pedagogy, & Justice. Combining her gifts (writing, coaching, and presenting) with... Read More →

Saturday April 30, 2016 12:15pm - 1:15pm
PEM Bartlett Gallery Peabody Essex Museum, 161 Essex St, Salem, MA 01970

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