The FEMININE PRONOUN SERIES #2: Traveling Through Illinois to Read My Poetry

#2 in the FEMININE PRONOUN Series. This video is about Traveling Through Illinois to Read My Poetry. I am listed with Illinois Humanities as a “Road Scholar.” My book is available at via Argus House Press.      

The FEMININE PRONOUN Series #3 Do Catholics Do it Better?

Do Catholic Universities host poets better?  Well, they do very well, thank you:)  In this episode I read at Lewis University near Chicago, and share my "unlit bomb" philosophy.  It's #blackgirlmagic and some #blackboysorcery on full display!



The FEMININE PRONOUN Series #5 She Gets It From Her Daddy!


I didn't come up with this art centered life in a vacuum.  My dad Eugene B. Redmond, is poet laureate of East St. Louis, Illinois and the best man I know:)  Follow us around the St. Louis metropolitan as he accepts an ARCUS award, and we support other artists whom we love!

The FEMININE PRONOUN Series #6 “The World is Too Much With Me”

Follow me from my family's Friday fish fry, to my writing classroom, and into the metropolitan (East of St. Louis).  Why does my neighbor fly a confederate flag? Did his trailer come with a free one?  How does my dad continue to be so awesome?  These and many other questions are answered in episode number 6!

The FEMININE PRONOUN SERIES #7 That Moment You Feel the Bern

In this episode I speak pointedly about sexualized violence.  I spend some time with the Yeyo Arts collective, a woman centered space in St. Louis.  Later, I come to grips with my leap from the H. Clinton camp.  Thankfully my 15 year old son is there to hear me out.  I won't give it all away, but I give one of the world's greatest revolutionaries a kiss at the end.  You don't want to miss episode #7 in the FEMININE PRONOUN Series!