R302B. Teaching Embodied Poetry in Diverse Communities
Thursday, March 28, 2019
4:30 pm to 5:45 pm
No'ukahau'oli Revilla, Hawaiian/Tahitian, is author of two chapbooks, Say Throne and Permission to Make Digging Sounds, the latter in Effigies III. Former Hawai'i Review poetry editor, she is cofounder of Nolu Ehu: A Queer Nesian Arts Collective. Her work appears in Poetry, Literary Hub, and 'Ōiwi.
Naazneen Diwan has published poetry in Project As[I]Am, Inscription, and SAMAR Magazine. She is currently working on a poetry book called 99 Names. She facilitates healing arts workshops with Muslim women and black and brown survivors of police violence. She is a 2018 Omi Writers’ Fellow.
Brenda Shaughnessy is the author of five poetry books, most recently The Octopus Museum. Her work has appeared in Best American Poetry, The Nation, the New Yorker, Poetry, and elsewhere. She received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2013, and she is Associate Professor at Rutgers University–Newark.