September 13, 2021, 6PM, PST
The Diasporic Peoples Writing Collective (DPWC) will host the fabulous Tureeda Mikell on Zoom, September 13, 6PM, PST. This one hour event is open to DPWC members, dreamers, and lovers of lit art.
Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://sjsu.zoom.us/j/85377544710
Contact us if you’d like to join the collective. DPWC2020.COM/contact/
Tureeda Mikell is an educator, and a visionary poet, performer, and story medicine woman. She will read from Synchronicity: The Oracle of Sun Medicine (Nomadic Press), a poetic-prose journey into sun medicine, filled with a plethora of questions for elitist patriarchs, political satirists, and those interested in interspecies communication—from “son” to “sun” or “joule” to “jewel,” as in the poem, “Spell’s Labyrinth.”
Synchronicity: the Oracle of Sun Medicine connects scenes seen and unseen. It connects spheres with greater journeys, from the profane to the mysterious. It contracts taboos that are often interwoven with society’s relationships to our winged cousins, our stars, and our ancestors trying to heal us all from the great beyond. It is a prescient work of prose and poetry that will surely inspire kinetic conversations at our roundtable.
Buy the book, Synchronicity: The Oracle of Sun Medicine (Nomadic Press).
Visit her on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/treeoflifefound
|Links and more: @storymedicinewoman | Tree of Life Foundation, HLP, treeoflifefound.com | U.C.B. Bay Area Writing Project Graduate School of Education | CA Poets in the Schools – Poet Educator – 1990, https://www.californiapoets.org/ Poet directory, Mikell, Tureeda, Oakland Alameda, CA | Patrice Lumumba Anthology|
Tureeda Mikell joins Lewis Jordan’s Music At Large In Critical Mass
Monday, September 27 at 7:30PM
Freight & Salvage 2020 Addison St., Berkeley
Live event with tickets available on Eventbrite
Patrice Lumumba Anthology with contributor line-up + co-creator, Tureeda Mikell
Sunday, October 17 at 3-4 PM
MoAD Open Mic All-Stars,
Yerba Buena Gardens, San Francisco, feat. an incredible lineup of artists from all over the globe. Hosted by Nia McAllister.
Thursday, November 18 at 6-8 PM
Don’t miss out! Click to see more DPWC author/poet events scheduled this school year, 2021-22.