Feb. 25 to do a poetry reading, question and answer session and creative
writing workshop. The reading and
Q&A will be held at 7 p.m. in the Library Auditorium and is free and open
to the public.
with silence, sexism and racism. She has taught writing and performed her
poetry in North America, Europe and Southern Africa, and she was the recipient
of a 2010 Queens Council on the Arts grant.
first book of poetry, “Karma’s Footsteps,” was published in 2011 and is
available on Amazon.
communication at Clark Atlanta University and her Master of Fine Arts degree in
English and Creative Writing at Mills College. She is an adjunct lecturer in the
English Department at York College in Queens, N.Y.
Bedford-Stuyvesant Street Academy High School, all in Brooklyn. In 2004-05, she
taught grammar, analytical reading, editing and creative writing to 200 college
students at Rundu College of Education in Namibia as a volunteer with the
International Foundation for Education and Self-Help (IFESH).