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Sunday, April 14 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Notes From The 'Ovary Office': A Celebration of Wombin - Conversation 2061 - REQUIRES TICKET

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“Notes From the ‘Ovary Office’: A Celebration of Wombin” features black female poets who read strong, activist-based, shameless poetry that places the pussy, front and center (so to speak.) The poets read in a “court-like” setting bringing up “witnesses” or demanding “order in the court.” These Wombin, lifting their own voices, are not asking permission because they’ve birthed every world into existence. Come honor and listen to your mothers, sisters, daughters, wives, teachers and the Gawd that speaks through them. The Ovary Office was founded by V.Kali, the poetry director at The World Stage.

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Pam Ward

LA native, Pam Ward’s first novel, "WANT SOME GET SOME," Kensington, chronicles L.A. after the ’92 riots.  Her second novel, "BAD GIRLS BURN SLOW,” Kensington, follows a female serial killer. A UCLA graduate and recipient of a “California Arts Council Fellow” and a Pushcart... Read More →

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Bridgette Bianca

Bridgette Bianca is a poet and professor from South Central Los Angeles. She has performed her poetry all around Southern California, including features at the World Stage, the SoCal Poetry Fest, LA Lit Crawl, LitFest Pasadena, the Table Lit, and the un::fade::able Reading Series... Read More →
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Sequoia Mercier

Sequoia Olivia Mercier, has been a member of the Anansi Writers’ Workshop at The World Stage Performance Gallery in the Leimert Park Village area of Los Angeles since 1990. She is a long- time community activist and mental / spiritual health advocate. She holds a Master’s degree... Read More →
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El Rivera

El Rivera is a performance-poet based in Los Angeles, California since 1980, performing and presenting since 1991.  She wrote her first poem at age 11 as a fifth -grade class assignment, though she does not remember a time during which she did not create.
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S Pearl Sharp

S. Pearl Sharp  - author of The Evening News - Essays And Commentaries From NPR And  Other Clouds, Black Women For Beginners (non-fiction) and two poetry w/jazz CDs.  Heressays and commentaries have aired on NPR and Pacifica Radio and she's an award-winningdocumentary filmmaker... Read More →
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V. Kali

Kali is a Coordinator and Host of the World Stage Anansi Writers Workshop she's attended since 1992, was featured in the Center Theater Group [2015-16] production, Through The Looking Glass at the Kirk Douglas Theater; released her poetry volume, "Hymn" [2016], and created and produced... Read More →

Sunday April 14, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am PDT
Annenberg Auditorium, Signing Area 3