In advance of her reading at the Milton Public Library, Monica Prince sat down with news reporter Justin Strawser to discuss choreopoems and reading in intimate settings.
Additionally, Monica Prince talked to Matt Jones at The Standard about the same event.(February 2023)
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Listen to Charlie Rossiter of Poetry Spoken Here, a poetry podcast, interview Monica about choreopoems, and hear her perform some poems from How to Exterminate the Black Woman and her upcoming choreopoem, Roadmap. (March 2022)
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And I Thought, a pop poetry podcast and interview series hosted by Jade Dee and Wilnona Marie, featured Monica Prince on February 2, 2022. Check out the video! Or to listen to the podcast version, download it here.
Kim MacQueen hung out with Monica to talk about the creation, revision, and production of How to Exterminate the Black Woman, alongside what it means to teach performance courses during a pandemic. (August 2020)
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In "My Big Little Break," Barrelhouse asks authors to talk about the first piece they ever had published, how it felt to finally break through, and what they’ve learned since then. (October 2019)
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Nicole Schmidt, acquisitions and developmental editor for SFWP, discussed social justice, activism, and poetry for The Rumpus on the heels of Monica's choreopoem premiere at Susquehanna University. (November 2018)
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Monica's latest choreopoem, Roadmap, is available for pre-order! Be the first to have it on July 1st!