tracie morris
1992 Nuyorican Grand Slam Champion

Tracie Morris teaches at Sarah Lawrence College. She is a multi-disciplinary poet who has worked in theater, dance, music and film. She has toured extensively throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Africa and Asia. Primarily known as a "musical poet," Tracie has worked with an extensive range of internationally recognized muscians and other artists. She has participated in a dozen recording projects. Her sound poetry has most recently been featured in the 2002 Whitney Biennial. She is the recipient of numerous awards for poetry including the New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship, Creative Capital Fellowship, the National Haiku Slam Championship and an Asian Cultural Council Fellowship. She is the author of two poetry collections, "Intermission" and "Chap-T-her Won". She has delivered academic papers at the New York University Soul: Black Power, Politics and Pleasure Conference; The Hemispheric Conference in Lima, Peru; The Langston Hughes Centenary Conference at Yale University; Poetry and the Public Sphere at Rutgers University and the African-American Poetry Conference for the Poetry Society of America. As a writer, Tracie's poetry has been anthologized in literary magazines, newspapers and books including "360 Degrees: A Revolution of Black Poets", "Listen Up!", "Aloud: Voices from the Nuyorican Poets Cafe", "The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry and Soul". Her words have also been featured in commissioned pieces for several organizations including Aaron Davis Hall, the International Festival for the Arts, The Kitchen, Franklin Furnace and Yale Repertory Theater for choreographer Ralph Lemon.Tracie holds degrees from Hunter College and New York University. She also holds certificates from the Cave Canem Summer Institute and the Hemispheric Institute of NYU.

Bio is from http://pages.slc.edu/~mtracie/

See National Team/1993.

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