UHD poetry show with Deborah DEEP Mouton on October 20



Deborah DEEP Sheep

The English Department and the Cultural Enrichment Center of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences are organizing a poetry show with Deborah DEEP Mouton from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, October 20.

Mouton is an internationally renowned writer, librettist, educator, activist, performer, and Houston’s first African-American poet laureate. Formerly ranked # 2 for the world’s best female poet, her poetry collection “Newsworthy” (Bloomsday Literary) was nominated Pushcart, a 2019 Writer’s League of Texas Book Award finalist and honorable mention for the Summerlee Book Prize. This summer a German translation was released under the title “Berichtenswert” (Elif Verlag).

Currently, Mouton is the 2021-2022 Artist-in-Residence at the Rice University Center for Engaged Research and Collaborative Learning and Artist-in-Residence for the American Lyric Theater. Owner of Deep Ink LLC, his planned work includes a community-based writing workshop focused on personal mythology (modeled on his upcoming book Black Chameleon), an art project that interprets local mythologies into visual art, and a community exhibit featuring showcasing community and professional artists. . Named in the “2021 40 Under 40 Class” of the Houston Business Journal.

“Deborah is gaining national and international recognition for her work, both for her extraordinary presence as a writer and performer, and for her deep community membership and advocacy for people of color,” said Dr. Jane Creighton, English teacher and principal. of the Cultural Enrichment Center. “She has performed at UHD on several occasions, and we were very proud to host the launch of her book, Worthy of topicality. A former Houston Poet Laureate, she has been a leader in her adopted hometown in bringing poetry to its people. “

This free event will be presented in person (Welcome Center Milam / Travis Rooms) and via Livestream. Refreshments will be served.

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