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STACEYANN CHIN

Staceyann Chin is a spoken-word poet, performing artist, and LGBT rights political activist. Her work has been published in the New York Times, Washington Post, and Pittsburgh Daily; in her chapbooks Wildcat Woman and Stories Surrounding My Coming; in numerous anthologies, including Skyscrapers, Taxis and Tampons, Poetry Slam, Role Call, and Cultural Studies: Critical Methodologies; andhas been featured on 60 Minutes. In 2009, she published her autobiographical novel, The Other Side of Paradise: A Memoir. Born in Jamaica and now a resident of Brooklyn, Chin performed in the documentary The People Speak; performed in/co-wrote the Tony-nominated Russell Simmons Def Poetry Jam on Broadway; appeared at the Nuyorican Poets Café;and has starred inone-woman shows such as Border/Clash and Motherstruck!(Off-Broadway, Chicago, and elsewhere). Her voice can be heard on CD compilations, and she’s been a host on Logo's After Ellen internet showShe Said What?She has won multiple awards at national and local poetry slams,and has toured internationally, with performances in London, Denmark, Germany, South Africa, and New York’s Central Park

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