In season 3, episode 8 of Artist Banter, host Julia Goldman sits down with Long Beach State grad student, writer and poet, Leó Leon. The two discuss Leon’s experiences and inspirations in writing, and the formulation of their book, “OCT 10.”
Black women’s accomplishments and contributions to U.S. history are commonly overlooked. It’s time to change that.
In addition to being a poet, rapper and record producer, Noname also runs a book club that promotes books written by authors of color. Support Black creatives by following Noname and the Noname Book Club.
Guest host Isabel Silagy discusses Amanda Gorman’s latest poetry book, which will be featured in the LA Times Festival of Books April 23-April 24 at the University of Southern California
First-generation experiences and familial relationships: Q&A with Sheila Sadr on debut poetry book “Birthday Girl”
Reporter Jireh Deng sits down with poet, journalist and CSULB alumna Sheila Sadr on her coming-of-age poetry book “Birthday Girl,” which interweaves narratives of her experiences as a first-generation, Iranian American tackling love, heartache and hurt in a series of tender poems.
The CRay Project founded the new community event series “When Art Happens” to showcase performing artists to a Zoom and in-person audience.
Third-year mathematics major, Austin Ring first performed his poem titled “An Advocate of the Meek,” and told the audience to solve the riddle. Ring was one of 30 students to recite poetry at the ASI-hosted Poet’s Lounge.
Students read and responded with powerful comments about poetry written by young inmates from Washington D.C.
Long Beach State University students bared their souls to a crowd of 50 at the first poetry lounge of the semester Poet’s Lounge is an event offered three times a semester where anyone is free to come and speak their mind or say pretty much whatever they want. Associated Students[Read More…]
The sounds of clapping, singing and laughter from an audience of hundreds of attendees that filled the outside of the Kin Courtyard as students performed both original and covered works on stage. The Pilipino American Coalition hosted its PAC Poetry Night on Thursday. The night welcomed PAC club members and[Read More…]