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Flash Briefing: Kayla Eason Reads "To Memorize" from Shirley Magazine on The Poetry Vlog The Poetry Vlog: Creating Social Justice, Poetry, and Higher Ed Coalitions

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 This episode is part of a month-long literary journal, podcast, and YouTube teaching collaboration with Shirley Magazine, a fiction and hybrid forms magazine in Portland, OR. Editors Colleen and Lauren present selections from previous publications of the journal, leading up to a longer episode on the launch of the latest issue.

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Today's reader: Kayla Eason reading "To Memorize."

For more, read the piece here: http://www.shirleymag.com/#new-page-3. For more Kayla, visit https://www.kaylaeason.com/ .

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More about Shirley Magazine: http://www.shirleymag.com/

● The Poetry Vlog is a YouTube Channel and Podcast dedicated to building social justice coalitions through poetry, pop culture, cultural studies, and related arts dialogues. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to join our fast-growing arts & scholarship community (youtube.com/c/thepoetryvlog?sub_confirmation=1). Connect with us on Instagram (instagram.com/thepoetryvlog), Twitter (twitter.com/thepoetryvlog), Facebook (facebook.com/thepoetryvlog), and our website (thepoetryvlog.com).


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 This episode is part of a month-long literary journal, podcast, and YouTube teaching collaboration with Shirley Magazine, a fiction and hybrid forms magazine in Portland, OR. Editors Colleen and Lauren present selections from previous publications of the journal, leading up to a longer episode on the launch of the latest issue.

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Today's reader: Kayla Eason reading "To Memorize."

For more, read the piece here: http://www.shirleymag.com/#new-page-3. For more Kayla, visit https://www.kaylaeason.com/ .

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More about Shirley Magazine: http://www.shirleymag.com/

● The Poetry Vlog is a YouTube Channel and Podcast dedicated to building social justice coalitions through poetry, pop culture, cultural studies, and related arts dialogues. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to join our fast-growing arts & scholarship community (youtube.com/c/thepoetryvlog?sub_confirmation=1). Connect with us on Instagram (instagram.com/thepoetryvlog), Twitter (twitter.com/thepoetryvlog), Facebook (facebook.com/thepoetryvlog), and our website (thepoetryvlog.com).


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This episode is sponsored by
· Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thepoetryvlog/support

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