310 Brown Street, Making Poets Immortal!
RJ Wright is a work in progress. His poetry portrays the journey of a man discovering the multifaceted aspects of his identity. His style as a writer and spoken word artist is continuously growing so each poem has a life of its own. RJ invites the audience in on his journey. His work is hard-hitting and memorable; quote-worthy and breathtaking.
“I Write on Walls Because I Never Got a Happy Meal” is the first full
length collection of poems from Brandon B. Shatter Harrison featuring hit pieces like Get Out,
Dear Officer, Ben Carson and more. More than your average poet,
B. Shatter has found a way to take his early slam career training from
Texas to new and amazing heights in making a name for
B-Shatter is host of Kentucky’s largest yearly poetry competition the
“Winter SoulSpitSlam,” coaches the youth team known as "Young Poets of Louisville," and regularly teaches while continuing to host a variety of slams and nationwide events. He’s been seen on HBO’s Brave New Voices 2008, competed on the 2010 Killeen Poetry Slam Team, the 2014 Loohavull Lip Slam Team Champion and performed at the 2016 Blues,Brews, and BBQ festival. This is just the beginning, there will always be stories that need telling and B. Shatter aims to give those tales a voice.
Made from my Mother's Ceilings is the first book of poetry and spoken word performances pieces by Jahman Ariel Hill. The book, which spawned out of a class project, is a "gender scrapbook" that combines humor, poetry, and academic training to challenge the constructs of both race and gender in five sections: foundation, body, language, institution, and theory. Featuring poems such as Alternative Facts for Black History Month, Cash Me Ousside, and Masculinity Says, Jahman attempts to provide readers with an examination of gender through the lens of his own personal experiences.