Moonstone Poetry @ PhillyCAM

699 Ranstead Street

Asian American Poetry in Philadelphia


At PhillyCAM

699 Ranstead Street



Kao Kue is a Hmong American storyteller and poet who credits her strength and passion for words and community building to her ancestors and foremothers.  



Michelle Myers is a spoken word poet, community activist, and educator.  She is a founding member of the spoken word poetry group Yellow Rage, a dynamic duo of Philly-based Asian American female spoken word poets.  



Cynthia Dewi Oka is a poet, immigrant, and author of Nomad of Salt and Hard Water.  A two-time Pushcart Prize nominee, her poetry has appeared in publications such as GuernicaDusieBlack Renaissance NoireThe Blueshift JournalKweliPainted Bride Quarterly, and others.

Hosted by Charles S. Carr.

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