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At the Edge: Tzynya L. Pinchback, Poet and Visionary

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At the Edge An Afrofuturist Salon

At the Edge An Afrofuturist Salon


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This episode Dr. Cherie Ann Turpin interviews Poet Tzynya Pinchback, who is a "mother, writer, spinster and cranberry enthusiast.  Using narrative as shaman, lyric as landscape, [she is] a corporate proposal writer by day, syllable wench courting meter, form and tambourine-carrying skeletons by night. Tzynya is founder and facilitator of Cat in the Belly – a memoir and guided journaling workshop incorporating eco-psychology and art therapy principles."  Her work can be seen in Plain View Press’s Alternatives to Surrender anthology;  Paul Politis’ photography exhibit A Clean Well Lighted Place; and Holly Rose Review. She has also authored three poetry chapbooks: EveSongs (1996, University of New Mexico Africana Studies),   hussy (2010), and Pink Confetti (2012). - from