6 Jan 2014

Spoken word poet Sarah Kay

From Summer Nights, 7:08 pm on 6 January 2014

Sarah Kay is a spoken word poet from New York. She began performing her poetry at 14, and in 2006, she joined the Bowery Poetry Club's Poetry Slam Team, NYC Urbana, and competed in the 2006 National Poetry Slam in Austin, Texas - at which she was the youngest competitor. She has performed in venues across the country including Lincoln Center, the Tribeca Film Festival, and the United Nations, where she was a featured performer for the launch of the 2004 World Youth Report. Sarah also co-founded and co-directed Project VOICE, which teaches spoken word poetry in schools and workshops all over the world. She talks about truth, creativity, and storytelling.

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