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Nicole Sealey Leads Cave Canem

Cave Canem was established by Cornelius Eady and Toi Derricotte in 1996 to nurture black poets both on the page and in the publishing marketplace. The Brooklyn, New York–based organization’s many programs include writing workshops, master classes, a reading series, publication prizes, and an annual retreat, which brings together more than fifty poets, or “fellows,” each year. In January Nicole Sealey, previously Cave, will be published by Ecco in September. A couple of months into her new position, Sealey spoke about the future of Cave Canem.

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