August 11th "Poetswest" 4pm
Seattle Public Library (Greenlake Branch)
September 24th "Poetry Lab" 7pm
1618 Hewitt Ave Everett, WA 98201.
October 9th "Race Relations and Storytelling Project"
King Street Center (downtown Seattle)
October 11th "SoulFood Poetry Night" 7pm
January 13th "AAWA Meeting" 2pm
Seattle Public Library (Columbia City Branch)
February 20th "Poetswest Creekside"6pm
The Creekside (MBK Senior Living, 18200 Woodinville-Snohomish Rd NE, Woodinville, WA
Past Press & Performances
1st Place Winner of the 2016 Start Up Weekend Seattle Edu "Team Idle"
Performer at Lit Crawl "The Cabinet of Curiosities" at The Sorrento Hotel October 2016
Performer at Bibliophilia "That Moment" at The Pocket Theater August 2016
Published in Word Lit Zine March 2016 edition
Created "Words: The Dream's Blueprint" workshop for MLK Day at Garfield High School 2017
Featured poet for Shoreline Public Art - "Seven Local Poets" April 2017
Featured poet for "The Poets Are In" at the Seattle Public Library (Central Branch) April 2017
Featured poet with the African American Writing Alliance performance at Third Place Books (Seward Park Location) April 2017
Featured poet for "Margin Shift" at the Common Arts Maintenance June 2017
Featured in Civic Poet Claudia Castro's "Poetry Map" publish in the Seattle Times August 9th 2017
Featured Poet at "It's About Time" Reading Series November 2017
Featured Poet at "Capitol Cider Literary Happy Hour" November 2017
Featured Poet in "Voices That Matter" Anthology February 2018
Featured Poet in "Stanza" at Ballard's Push/Pull April 2018
Featured Poet in "Homegoing" at Seattle Public Library (Central Branch) May 2018
Featured Poet in "Easy Speak" Wedgewood Ale House 8pm June 11th
Featured Performer in "Uncode: Storytellers" Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute June 19th
Featured Poet in "Everett Poetry Night" 8pm June 21st
Other Media and Poetry Sites
Honorable Mention for "Hiring Superheroes NOW"
Bronze Medal Winner for "Power Pose",
Gold Medal Winner for "Black Boxes"
Hellopoetry.com: Featured Poet