1 hr 36 min

Bonus | Songs for Sula: In Spiritual Dialogue with Eniafe Isis Adewale Who Made You Sis: In Spiritual Dialogue

    • Mental Health

HAPPY POETRY MONTH!

In this month's bonus episode, we are in conversation with the word warrior, Eniafe Isis Adewale, founder of All Her Words. In this episode, we discuss our origins and love affair with writing. We speak about Toni Morrison, and The Pieces I Am and the ways in which her writing, her words, her remarkable existence shed light on our own journeys on the page. We delve into an exploration of what lead us to begin our writing practices, how they have evolved over time, and grown through our own understandings of self. Eniafe reminds us how we must be intentional about saving some magik for ourselves. 

Check our most recent collaboration with All Her Words. A Room Of Our Own: a collection of works from 30 women and men of color, writers, and poets. The writings included investigating the silk and sweat of our immortal memories of home. This is where our spirits meet; a cavern for us to seek shelter which allows us to better understand the levels, depths, and meaning of home. Not just the homes we are born into but the homes we birth/find/sometimes destroy. A Room Of Our Own is currently on view here. 



This podcast is brought to you by The Diaz Collections.

HAPPY POETRY MONTH!

In this month's bonus episode, we are in conversation with the word warrior, Eniafe Isis Adewale, founder of All Her Words. In this episode, we discuss our origins and love affair with writing. We speak about Toni Morrison, and The Pieces I Am and the ways in which her writing, her words, her remarkable existence shed light on our own journeys on the page. We delve into an exploration of what lead us to begin our writing practices, how they have evolved over time, and grown through our own understandings of self. Eniafe reminds us how we must be intentional about saving some magik for ourselves. 

Check our most recent collaboration with All Her Words. A Room Of Our Own: a collection of works from 30 women and men of color, writers, and poets. The writings included investigating the silk and sweat of our immortal memories of home. This is where our spirits meet; a cavern for us to seek shelter which allows us to better understand the levels, depths, and meaning of home. Not just the homes we are born into but the homes we birth/find/sometimes destroy. A Room Of Our Own is currently on view here. 



This podcast is brought to you by The Diaz Collections.

1 hr 36 min