Chris Stark, Writer Who Dares!

“Crazy” essay by Chris Stark:  How Dare We! Write, edited by Sherry Quan Lee Chris Stark’s memoir essay addresses how viewing as “crazy” the ideas, experiences, and foundations of writing outside of the whitemalenorm limits, silences, and marginalizes many writers of color. Stark discusses how her first novel, Nickels: A …

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Three Writers Who Dare! How Dare We! Write a multicultural creative writing discourse)

“Sagirah Shahid is a Minneapolis, Minnesota based poet. Known for her dynamic storytelling abilities, her writing often reflects upon her upbringing as an African American Muslim woman. She has received awards for her writing from the Jerome Foundation, the Loft Literary Center, the Minnesota State Arts Board, and the National …

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MURDER ON THE RED RIVER by Marcie Rendon

Marcie R. Rendon is an enrolled member of the White Earth Anishinabe Nation. She is a mother, grandmother, writer, and performance artist. A recipient of the Loft’s Inroads Writers of Color Award for Native Americans, she studied under Anishinabe author Jim Northrup. Her first children’s book is Pow Wow Summer …

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