Yalie Kamara reads "Eating Malombo Fruit in Freetown, 1989," "Trim," "A Haiku Love Poem for Gabby Douglas," and two more haikus.
Yalie Kamara reads her poem "Oakland As Home, Home As Myth."
Poet Ciara Miller reads her poems "War Stories," "How Cute the Boy," "Lilith Strikes Back," and "From the Hen Your Husband Fetishizes."
Comer reads "Learning to Role Our Tongues," "On Coming Home to Teach," and "Car Slams into House."
Vievee reads "Anteater at the Dallas Zoo," "Still Life with Summer Sausage, a Blade, and No Blood -- East Texas, 1980," "Pity the Swine," and "Loblolly Pine..."
Vievee reads poems from her book Horse In the Dark and discusses her family ties to West Texas and its influence in this collection of work.
Vievee Francis reads a selection of poems from her new book.
A program of poetry dedicated to the people of Haiti, read by Nadine Pinède.