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Poetry By Nandi Comer

Comer reads "Learning to Role Our Tongues," "On Coming Home to Teach," and "Car Slams into House."

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Poet Nandi Comer.

“When we allow language to behave differently, it reveals different truths, often truths which implicate or complicate us as speakers or agents of language.” -Tracy K. Smith

Nandi Comer is currently pursuing a joint MFA/MFA in Poetry and African American and African Diaspora Studies at Indiana University. She has received fellowships from Cave Canem, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and Callaloo. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming Callaloo, The New Sound, The Journal for Pan-African Studies and Third Coast.

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