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Free Downloads: TS Hawkins featured in SONKU Literary Magazine & Long Wharf Theatre Series

“Where there is a woman there is magic. If there is a moon falling from her mouth, she is a woman who knows her magic, who can share or not share her powers. A woman with a moon falling from her mouth, roses between her legs and tiaras of Spanish moss, this woman is a consort of the spirits.” – Ntozake Shange, Sassafrass, Cypress & Indigo


* For Spirit, With Love: an exploration of voice, value, and verity for womynx in the here and now
* Suite Nana: for memory and eulogy of Bessie Lee


* Frank L. says "For Spirit, With Love: an exploration of voice, value, and verity for womynx in the here and now" by TS Hawkins, highlights the symbiotic relationships with strong women and life experiences that have inspired and shaped the craft which ignites the passion for equality and inclusion of black and brown women. I’m proud of Hawkins’s ever-evolving journey and how they employ their talent to make thought-provoking statements for women of color! This piece is absolutely “several” lessons to be learned!" Click here to read the full essay! Love and Light to Cheyenne Barboza, Ntozake Shange, Dr. Kimmika LH Williams-Witherspoon, Keisha L. Johnson, The National Black Theatre: Institute for Action Arts/Dr. Barbara Ann Teer, Lois Moses, and Dorothy Ann Lewis-Hawkins! For Spirit, With Love… is part of Long Wharf Theatre’s long-form series centering the evolution of women(/yn/xn)hood from local, regional, national, and international points of reference. The four-part discussion offers brilliant and introspective commentary from female-identified voices.

* The SONKU Literary Magazine is a publication curated with the intention of celebrating the work of Black and POC writers and artists. Volume II: Family Legacies, centering how we foster our first spiritual connections and who keep us tied to our culture, who raise us in our culture, features Suite Nana: for memory and eulogy of Bessie Lee by TS Hawkins with other creative works by Kwabena Foli, Ashley Lewis, Alexis Mckenney, Tara Perron, Just Duléa, George Figueroa, Soul Full, Jaylyn Anderson, Marcellous Lovelace, Tijera S. Williams, Presina Mottley, Dania Alkhouli, Vanessa Edwards, Audrey Edwards, Harar Hall, Dayo Otolorin, Christina Dixie, Darnell Carson, Gabrielle Roland, Megha Sood, Sire Poetics, Timonde, Sado TheStrange, Diamante Ortiz, Natalie Crystal Doggett, Damaris Ruiz, Kofi Emmanuel Amoafo, Steven Baboun, Patrick Earl-Barnes, Natalyn Bradshaw, Enoch the Poet, Arria Washington, Sam Azule, and Edythe Rodriguez!

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