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E’mon Lauren, a queer Scorpio, is the first Youth Poet Laureate of Chicago, from the Souf and West Side.
"The Real Hoodwives of Chicago" is a podcast for artists of color to talk love, sex, romance, and ratchetry. So often do we hear folks of color's stories second-hand. Scripted. Edited. Given a “Sex and the City” makeover. Well not here. Here are our raw, unedited, unmasked stories. Learn about our romantic desires, our conquests, our fluidity and strengths. Tune in to hear us discuss our body and bodies of work. We got layers baby.
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The Real Hoodwives of Chicago E'mon Lauren (Black)

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E’mon Lauren, a queer Scorpio, is the first Youth Poet Laureate of Chicago, from the Souf and West Side.
"The Real Hoodwives of Chicago" is a podcast for artists of color to talk love, sex, romance, and ratchetry. So often do we hear folks of color's stories second-hand. Scripted. Edited. Given a “Sex and the City” makeover. Well not here. Here are our raw, unedited, unmasked stories. Learn about our romantic desires, our conquests, our fluidity and strengths. Tune in to hear us discuss our body and bodies of work. We got layers baby.
A real show. With hot sauce stories. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/emon-lauren-black/support

    Social Listening Edition | Poetry Workshop featuring poems by Gwendolyn Brooks & Elizabeth Bishop

    Social Listening Edition | Poetry Workshop featuring poems by Gwendolyn Brooks & Elizabeth Bishop

    Join us for a workshop inspired by Niq James’ most recent workshop series featured ‘@niqjames’ on Instagram. Leading prompt: “what have you lost?”



    lists:
    1. things you have lost?
    2. things you have let go of?
    3. things you are forgetful of?
    4. memories you share with lost things?
    5. things you feel guilty about losing?
    6. what have you forgiven yourself for losing?
    7. things you are proud of letting go?



    prompt:
    1. write a poem honoring a lost thing.
    2. write a celebration poem for letting something go.


    poems featured in this episode:

    “the mother” by Gwendolyn Brooks (as found in Selected Poems, 1963.) (audio reading courtesy of @poetryfoundation)

    “One Art” by Elizabeth Bishop (as found in the Complete Poems 1926-1979)

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    • 40 Min.
    Social Listening Edition | Poetry Workshop featuring poems by Lucille Clifton & Marcus Jackson

    Social Listening Edition | Poetry Workshop featuring poems by Lucille Clifton & Marcus Jackson

    Join us for a check in and writing session in honor of “Easter Sunday Dinner.”

    lists:
    1. list of comfort foods/drinks/treats?
    2. who do these dishes belong to? who are the chefs/makers of your family?
    3. who are the characters of your family partaking in these homemade fixing
    4. feelings/memories connected with these homemade fixings?

    prompts:
    write a poem for the prepping of one of your favorite homemade fixings?
    write an ode to one of your favorite homemade fixings?

    poems heard in this episode:
    “cutting greens” by Lucille Clifton (as found in The Collected Poems of Lucille Clifton; reprinted & republished by BOA Editions, Ltd. 1987/2015) (audio reading courtesy of Poetry Foundation, read by Lucille Clifton)
    “Ode to Kool-Aid” by Marcus Jackson (as found in Neighborhood Register; Cavankerry Press, 2011)

    #whatsyourthotjuice


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    • 32 Min.
    Social Listening Edition | Poetry Workshop featuring poems by Nate Marshall & Chuck Roberts

    Social Listening Edition | Poetry Workshop featuring poems by Nate Marshall & Chuck Roberts

    Join us for a check in and writing session.

    lists:
    1. things you have always been curious about the beginning of?
    2. things of your home/neighborhood that have always been there?
    3. rituals/traditions of where you’re from?
    4. myths/tales/urban legends from your upbringing?
    5. things you love and are very familiar with?

    prompts: write a genesis poem or an origin story.

    poems heard in this episode:
    “prelude” by Nate Marshall (as found in Wild Hundreds; published by University of Pittsburg Press, 2015)
    “My House” performed by Chuck Roberts (by Rhythm Controll, 1987)

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    • 35 Min.
    Social Listening Edition | Poetry Workshop featuring poems by Dr. Eve L. Ewing & Morgan Parker

    Social Listening Edition | Poetry Workshop featuring poems by Dr. Eve L. Ewing & Morgan Parker

    Join us for a check in and writing session.

    1. what parts of home make you feel connected to the world?
    2. how do you prepare yourself at home?
    3. what are some rituals/daily actions you have been doing?
    4. who does your home protect you from?
    5. what parts of the world do you keep outside of your home?
    6. what parts of your home are you ready to explore?

    prompts:
    write a conjuring for yourself/blessing to come/your home.
    write a portrait of yourself as a body of land/your home.

    poems heard in this episode:
    “what I mean when I say I’m sharpening my oyster knife” by Eve L. Ewing (as found in Electric Arches; published by Haymarket Books 2017.)

    “Let Me Handle My Business, Damn” by Morgan Parker (as found in There Are More Beautiful Things Than Beyoncé; published by Tin House Books 2017.)

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    • 50 Min.
    Kenn & Onyx | Community, trans relationships, and fucking the binary

    Kenn & Onyx | Community, trans relationships, and fucking the binary

    “Kenn is a bad bitch.”
    “Onyx uses they/them and believes knee grows are the best.”
    #whatsyourthotjuice

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    • 1 Std. 31 Min.
    MFnMelo | Body positivity, cooking as a form of romance, and how to make sure ‘everybody eats’

    MFnMelo | Body positivity, cooking as a form of romance, and how to make sure ‘everybody eats’

    MFnMelo, also known as “Muhfuckin, if ya nasty!”, is a Westside artist, apart of the rap collective Pivot Gang! Tho he’s most known for his way with words, he is also the self proclaimed “Uncle Daddy” due to his hand in raising his nephew. Either rapping or taking care of those around him, there’s no doubt “Everybody Eats!”

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    • 1 Std. 7 Min.

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