National Poetry Month

Let the Poets Speak! – .chisaraokwu

.chisaraokwu Bio .chisaraokwu. (she/hers) is a manifestation of the Igbo people in North America. Before transitioning to the art, she practiced medicine and served as a senior health policy advisor in the federal government. Her art explores the indigenous practices of the Igbo, their (non)expression | suppression in Eurocentric spaces, and how the spirit | body expresses traumatic memories. She is grateful to have had her work published in many places, including Berkeley Poetry Review, Cider Press…

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National Poetry Month

Let the Poets Speak! – Merrill Oliver Douglas

Merrill Oliver Douglas Bio Merrill Oliver Douglas is the author of the poetry chapbook Parking Meters into Mermaids (Finishing Line Press, 2020). Her poems have appeared in Baltimore Review, Barrow Street, Tar River Poetry, Stone Canoe, Little Patuxent Review and Gyroscope Review,among others. She lives near Binghamton, New York. Find more poets reading their work on the Gyroscope Review main page, search Let the Poets Speak or National Poetry Month 2022. Make sure to check out the brand new Spring 2022 Issue…

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National Poetry Month

Let the Poets Speak! – Jude Hopkins

Jude Hopkins Bio Jude Hopkins was one of the runners-up in Proximity Magazine’s 2018 Personal Essay Contest, judged by Hanif Abdurraqib, for her essay “The Diagnosis.” She has also published in The Los Angeles Times and has had poems published in Timber Creek Review, Gyroscope Review, and California Quarterly, among other journals. https://judehopkins.withknown.com/ Website: https://www.judehopkinswriting.net/ Find more poets reading their work on the Gyroscope Review main page, search Let the Poets Speak or National Poetry Month…

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