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REMEMBERING THE WOMEN FORGOTTEN ON DECEMBER 6TH: POETRY BY SHAUNGA TAGORE, MEL GAYLE, AND BLACK COFFEE POET

Shaunga Tagore hates writing bios (but secretly likes it) and not so secretly works as a writer, editor, performer and arts-educator in Toronto. Please see the song “bitch” by meredith brooks for a more detailed and accurate personality profile. And … Continue reading

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REMEMBERING THE WOMEN FORGOTTEN ON DECEMBER 6TH: SPOKEN WORD BY ANISHINAABE POET LENA RECOLLET + AN INCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH BENGALI POET SHAUNGA TAGORE

Interview with Shaunga Tagore Interview done by Janet Romero JR: Why and when did you start writing poetry? ST: At a very young age — probably when I started writing with chalk on my bathroom door, or adding my own … Continue reading

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REMEMBERING THE WOMEN FORGOTTEN ON DECEMBER 6TH: ABORIGINAL, OF COLOUR, TRANS, QUEER, DISABLED, SEX WORKER

The Erasable Woman By Shaunga Tagore Reviewed by Janet Romero-Leiva (photo taken by Jorge Antonio Vallejos) I am inspired to write, create, read. To allow myself to feel…more, everything. This, after reading Shaunga Tagore’s The Erasable Woman. The Erasable Woman– … Continue reading

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