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2018 (Under Construction:)
APRIL 29th: Reader at “Mother/Child” Woman Made Gallery Literary Series. (Chicago, IL)
APRIL 20th: Panelist on “Mixed Race, Mixed Genres” New Orleans Poetry Festival (New Orleans, LA)
MARCH 10- Crossings and Crosses: Caribbean Women Writers on Immigration, Deportation, and Identity. Meeting Room 9 & 10, Marriott Waterside, Third Floor. 10:30 am to 11:45 am. (Tampa, Florida.)
MARCH 8, 2018: Where Are All the Female Editors? AWP. Florida Salon 1, 2, & 3, Marriott Waterside, Second Floor. 3:00 pm to 4:15 pm (Tampa, Florida.)
MARCH 7th- Off-Site Rock and Roll Reading at Reservoir Bar (6pm) Tampa, Florida.
FEB. 7th: “Intersectionality & Story Telling.” 7pm, Stephens College: Black History Month (Columbia, MO.)
DEC. 19: Tribute to Monica A. Hand, Honoring Monica’s Songs and Sonnets @ Café Berlin Columbia, MO.
OCT. 13: As Featured Poet, with Featured MC Armani Abomb + One Mic readers at Café Berlin. (Columbia, MO)
OCT. 13: Monica A.Hand Graduate Reading Series. With Eric Scott, Grace Gardiner at Tate Hall/University of Missouri. (Columbia, MO.)
OCT. 3rd: SCAR ON/SCAR OFF debut. With Jenny Molberg. Next Weather Series at Yellow Dog Bookshop. (Columbia, Mo.)
AUGUST 19th: With/One Mic and Mangosteen on KOPN 89.5 (Columbia,MO)
JULY 27: Southern Methodist University, with Kimbilio Fellows. (Taos, NM)
JUNE 23rd/24th: Columbia University/Barnard College w/Canto Mundo Fellows. (New York City, New York)
April 19th/20th: Poem “A Good Song” displayed as Partial Press’s LED Publishing Project at Unbound Book Festival: https://ledpublishing.com/2017/04/13/jennifer-maritza-mccauley/
APRIL 19th/20th: With MangoSteen and OneMic @ Unbound Book Festival at Stephens College. (Columbia, MO.)
APRIL 15th: Guest Speaker at Badass Women Writers Getting Shit Done @Resident Arts (Columbia, MO.)
APRIL 5th: At the Colleges and Languages Association Conference (CLA) (Columbia, MO).
FEBRUARY 4th: At The Next Weather Series with Marc McKee and Sara Strong at Yellow Dog Bookstore. (Columbia, MO)
JANUARY 15th: #WritersResist at Hitt Street in Columbia, Missouri with Anand Prahlad, Aliki Barnstone, Marc McKee, Joseph Aguilar. (Columbia, MO)
NOVEMBER 20th: ReadCaribbean/Origin Literary Journal’s panel “The Politics of Pleasure” with Hector Duarte Jr and readers/featured guests Anjanette Delgado, Fabienne Josaphat, Katia D. Ulysse, Donna Aza Weir-Soley for Miami Book Fair International. (Miami, Florida.)
NOVEMBER 8: Featured Poet at One Mic’s Poetry Evening at Cafe Berlin (Columbia, MO.)
OCTOBER 18: Visiting Writer for Stephens College’s Hispanic Heritage Month. (Columbia, MO.)
APRIL 27: “Black Poets Speak Out” at Orr Street Studios with Cornelius Eady, Monica A. Hand, Marc McKee, Aliki Barnstone, Anand Prahlad, Marshall Allen, Brian Goines II, Sequoyah Moore, Tiana Williams, Jonne Pratt, Nicholas “NicDanger” Rodriguez, Joseph D. Smith and T’Keyah Thomas. (Columbia, MO).
See Columbia Daily Tribune’s article about the event here: http://www.columbiatribune.com/blogs/art_axis/black-poets-speak-out-at-tuesday-event/article_71828fab-6bd7-54c3-ac71-85a3acefba04.html
APRIL 19th: Interviewed Shann Ray about his new book American Copper on stage at the Unbound Book Festival (Columbia, MO)
MARCH: “You Sent Us What?” with Lisa Kastner, William Patrick, John Gosslee at AWP 2016. (Los Angeles, CA)
Featured on The Masters Review here: https://mastersreview.com/awp16-panels-for-the-emerging-writer/
NOVEMBER: At Miami Book Fair International’s Reading Queer Event: “This is For the Ladies Who Brunch” event. (Miami, FL).
APRIL:” At Guillermo Leon Gomez’s art exhibit “Speech Actions” at the North Miami Beach Art Museum. (North Miami Beach) See the article about the event here: http://www.miaminewtimes.com/arts/o-miami-art-and-poetry-collide-in-speech-actions-7561460 (Miami, FL)