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Author: Monica Prince

Monica Prince, a Black performance poet raised by Guyanese parents, teaches activist and performance writing at Susquehanna University in central Pennsylvania, where she writes choreopoems and performance poetry. Her debut poetry collection, INSTRUCTIONS FOR TEMPORARY SURVIVAL (Red Mountain Press, 2019), won the Discovery Award for an outstanding first collection. She is the managing editor of the Santa Fe Writers Project Quarterly and the author of HOW TO EXTERMINATE THE BLACK WOMAN (PANK Books, 2020) and the chapbook Letters from the Other Woman (Grey Book Press, 2018). Her creative work is featured in MadCap Review, The Texas Review, TRACK//FOUR, and elsewhere.

How to Exterminate the Black Woman
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How to Exterminate the Black Woman

PANK Books

Poetry. Drama. African & African American Studies. Women's Studies. In a country grappling with its bloody history and uncertain future, HOW TO EXTERMINATE THE BLACK WOMAN illuminates the struggle of the Black woman trying to thrive in a society see...

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Instructions for Temporary Survival
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Instructions for Temporary Survival

Red Mountain Press

Poetry. African & African American Studies. Women's Studies. Winner of the Red Mountain Discovery Award. Monica Prince's INSTRUCTIONS FOR TEMPORARY SURVIVAL suggests a path that moves one from suffering to healing. The poems tackle historical trauma...

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