Writing Workshop w Keisha-Gaye Anderson


Sat Jan 15 2022 at 10:00 am to 12:00 pm


Global Education Center | Nashville, TN

Writing Workshop w Keisha-Gaye Anderson
Keisha-Gaye Anderson is a Jamaican-born poet, author, and visual artist based in Brooklyn whose books include A Spell for Living, Everything Is Necessary, and Gathering the Waters. She is a past participant of the VONA Voices and Callaloo writing workshops, and holds an MFA in fiction from The City College, CUNY. In 2018, Keisha was selected as a Brooklyn Public Library Artist in Residence. Most recently, she was presented with the Poetic Icon Award by her alma mater, Syracuse University. Learn more about Keisha's published works and art at www.keishagaye.ink.
This Line Breaks event launches a fun Jamaican weekend as part of Black Arts in America, a year-long humanities project exploring the arts gifted to us by Mother Africa and her descendants.
While the reading is free, suggested donation of $10 would be gratefully and graciously accepted!
Keisha will be teaching a writing workshop on January 15 from 10 am until 12 pm at Global Education Center. Workshop fee is $40.

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Global Education Center, 4822 Charlotte Pike, Nashville, United States

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Global Education Center

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