BIPOC Writers Slam
Join Newfoundland & Labrador’s newly formed BIPOC Creators Collective for a BIPOC-lead Writers Slam on Friday, February 26th at 7 PM via Zoom.
Let’s gather and celebrate BIPOC voices! Along with readings from local writer Xaiver Campbell, local BIPOC community members are invited to read their work, poetry, song lyrics, articles or whatever you’d like.
The event will be offered through Zoom. Please provide your email in this form provided and the invitation will be emailed to you prior to the event.*
To register, fill out the form here: https://forms.gle/fe6Yh9yAHLGXkMef8
See you there!
*Registering in the form above does not make you obligated to attend, but it does give us permission to send you a link to the event prior to the start time.
This event is FREE and open to everyone! If you have never attended an event at Eastern Edge before, we encourage you to take part and make new friends. If there are any barriers to access this event, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can help resolve the issue.
Writer Xaiver Campbell is a Jamaican who has made Newfoundland his home. His love for both islands is reflected in his writing. Much of Xaiver’s writing deals with sexuality, race, class and religion. Xaiver’s work is published in the Malahat Review, Riddlefence (upcoming issue), “Us, Now” (Breakwater Books).
Thank you to our funder, the Office of Public Engagement via the Public Engagement Accelerator Fund.