Reading & Q&A With Poet Maya Marshall

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Program Description

Event Details

Listen to poet Maya Marshall read from her new book, All the Blood Involved in Love, an urgent and evocative poetry collection about reproductive justice, contemporary politics, Blackness, and the stakes of race and interracial partnership, queerness, and love. This program is open to all.

Participants who identify as women and girls are invited to attend a writing workshop at 4:30 pm before the reading.

This program is in partnership with AfriWare Books. Pre-order a signed copy of All the Blood Involved in Love at and pick up at the event.

About the author
Maya Marshall is the author of the full-length poetry collection All the Blood Involved in Love (Haymarket Books, 2022) and the chapbook Secondhand (Dancing Girl Press, 2016). Marshall teaches at Emory University where she serves as the 2021-2023 Creative Writing Fellow in Poetry. She has also served as artist in residence at Northwestern University and as faculty for Loyola University Chicago.


Masks Encouraged

Masks for everyone age 2+ are encouraged while attending this program.