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John Kaniecki's interview expands on his books, "More Than The Madness" and "Murmurings of a Mad Man". Known as the "Poet to the Poor" (book title), John also highlights his commitment to social justice, a better environment and a more...
Adaeze talked about the ripple effect of shining your light so that others can find and shine their own, how knowing where you came from is vital in order to understand who you are and how she helps young girls...
Leroy Moore Jr. (53) is interviewed by his friend, Kathleen Kiley (59), about the process of co-creating Krip-Hop, a music collective and label for artists with disabilities. They discuss the importance of visibility for hip-hop musicians with disabilities and the...
Alan Brooks recalls his interactions with his uncle, poet Allen Ginsberg and gives a glimpse into Ginsberg's private side. Brooks also discusses his encounters with other members of the Beat Generation.
Donna Schminkey [no age given] interviews her mentee, Mubara Mayar (15), about her life in Kabul, Afghanistan and her life in Harrisonburg, Virginia now. Mubara describes the differences between Afghanistan and the United States and talks about her hopes for...
Eunice Cho (32) interviews her mentor and the president of her Alma Mater, Dr. Freeman Hrabowski (70), about his pursuit of higher education and offering his students an authentic and supportive environment.
Siblings Jamee McAdoo (19) and Norel McAdoo (21) share a conversation about their family, the COVID-19 pandemic, poetry, music, and their hopes and goals for the future.
Heather "HK" Hummel (44) shares a conversation with her friend and colleague, Sanderia Faye [no age given], about the research and creative process that goes into their writing.
Jennifer Joseph (59) and her spouse Jon Longhi (57) talk about their early memories of meeting, their shared love of poetry and writing, their concerns for the state of the world, and their involvement with their community in San Francisco.