September 27, 2021, 6PM PST
The Diasporic Peoples Writing Collective (DPWC) will host the inimitable Daniel B. Summerhill on Sep. 27, 6PM via Zoom. This one hour event is open to DPWC members. Contact us if you’re interested in this event and membership access. DPWC2020.COM/contact/
About: Daniel B. Summerhill is an assistant professor of Poetry/Social Action and Composition Studies at California State University Monterey Bay. He has performed throughout the United States and the UK. And he was invited by the U.S. Embassy to guest lecture and perform in South Africa. His work has appeared in or is forthcoming in Obsidian, Rust + Moth, Button Poetry, Cogs, The Hellebore, and others. Summerhill will read from his latest book of poetry, Divine, Divine, Divine (Nomadic Press).
Divine, Divine, Divine is an exploration of the divine and the deviant, a consideration of the Black tongue as a home, life and death through the lense of language. This poetry collection is an ode to the experiences that make us whole and acknowledgment of the things that fracture us.