Join us on Zoom for our monthly virtual Open Mic. Hosted by poet Nia McAllister, participate in an evening of spoken word, featuring amazing local, national, and international poets. All are welcome to either perform or just watch.
Ashia A (they/she) is a Black storyteller soulchild hailing from Denver, CO, Queen City of the Plains and the unceded territory of the Cheyenne, Ute, Arapahoe and Comanche Peoples. They are an environmental justice educator with Mycelium Youth Network and co-poetry editor of the Hopper Literary Magazine. Their work explores Black diasporic environmental stewardship, harm & placemaking. Her words have been featured in Sierra Magazine, World Literature Today, Honey Lit, and Atmos Magazine, among others. Their poetry debut, Heirloom, is forthcoming Spring 2023. They can be found grass-side, sharing a cup of coffee with the sun. Follow them@ashiainbloom andashiaajani.com.
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