GuerrillaReads No. 91: Ifalade TaShia Asanti

Ifalade TaShia Asanti is a poet, performer and seer. In her poem, Sistah I Sing For You, she writes

i drum at sunrise for the common ancestors that walk with us
for the garbage in our oceans
wombs of broken glass
trust crushed in seas of betrayal

GuerrillaReads caught up with Asanti at LA’s first ever Blk Grrrl Book Fair where she did a guerrilla reading of her poem The Oracle. Learn more about her on her website.

2 responses to “GuerrillaReads No. 91: Ifalade TaShia Asanti

  1. Hi: I am a published poet and interested in being included in GuerrillaReads. Let me know the process. I will be the featured reader at The World Stage in Los Angeles on Wednesday, May 13, 2015. Attached is a recent bio. For more information go to: Thank you. …………………GERDA GOVINE ITUARTE (626) 484-0740 Date: Sun, 10 May 2015 18:47:00 +0000 To:

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