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Black queer poetics: a conversation with Sarah Nwafor and KB Brookins

Join us virtually to celebrate the book release of, Already Knew You Were Coming by Sarah Nwafor and How To Identify Yourself With A Wound by KB Brookins.

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Black queer poetics: a conversation with Sarah Nwafor and KB Brookins
Black queer poetics: a conversation with Sarah Nwafor and KB Brookins

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11 mar 2022, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.

@libromobile IG Live

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LibroMobile Presents

Black queer poetics: a conversation with Sarah Nwafor and KB Brookins

Free Event | IG Live | Friday, March 11, 2022 at 2pm CT / 12pm PT

Join us virtually to celebrate the book release of, Already Knew You Were Coming by Sarah Nwafor and How To Identify Yourself With A Wound by KB Brookins.

About the Authors

Sarah Nnenna Loveth Nwafor (They/Them) is a queer Igbo Poet, Educator, and Facilitator who descends of a powerful ancestry. They believe that storytelling is magick, and they speak to practice traditions of Igbo orature. When they witness, their forebears are pleased. When Sarah's not writing; they’re probably sitting under a tree, reading about Love, dancing, or cooking a bomb-ass meal. They can be found on instagram (@sarahnwafor) on twitter (@nwafor_sarah) or on their website: sarahnwafor.com

KB is a poet, essayist, cultural worker, and Artivism Fellow with Broadway Advocacy Coalition. They are the author of How To Identify Yourself with a Wound (Kallisto Gaia Press, 2022) and Freedom House (Deep Vellum Publishing, 2023). Follow them online at @earthtokb.

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