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Naima Yetunde Ince: Ghost Load 

When: Fri., March 17, 7 p.m. 2017
Price: Free
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Naima Yetunde Ince has moved from stage to page in her new poetry collection, Ghost Load, and she swiftly returns to the performance sphere in this book launch at So & So. Ince, a transplant from Brooklyn, has previously thrived in spoken-word and drama settings (she studied theater at SUNY Purchase). She wrote, directed, and starred in the one-act play Men Always Leave at the Women's Theatre Festival last summer; she is also the coauthor, with Cecelia Adams, of the "poetic graphic novel" I Hate Men. Ghost Load is her first book of poetry, but followers of her drama and spoken-word pieces will immediately recognize the flexible, evocative, emotive voice it contains. At So & So, Ince is joined by Garner's Celestine Hinnant, who also bridges poetry and drama (she has worked with the Justice Theater Project and MOJOAA Performing Arts Company), and Peter-charles Rainmaker Seaton, a Nuyorican slam poetry veteran.—Brian Howe

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