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Black Poetry Fest is a series of virtual readings and conversations on black poetics featuring southern black poets  exploring themes of family, history, black identity, and black language and music. Created and hosted by Nicholas Goodly for Fulton County Library System.

This program is part of Lift Every Voice: Why African American Poetry Matters, a national public humanities initiative of Library of America presented in partnership with The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture with generous support from The National Endowment for the Humanities, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and Emerson Collective.

Malcolm Tariq


Dustin Pearson


Jessica Lanay


Ryan J


Look at It This Way is an interview series hosted by Nicholas Goodly featuring conversations with artists and performers, including a unique somatic drawing created in dialogue with the discussion. Available here and on FLY PAPER.

FLY PAPER is a monthly online offering from Fly on a Wall. Part-zine, part newsletter, Fly Paper is an extension of Fly on a Wall’s mission to create and present performance in accessible and engaging ways.


Each month offers interviews, creative reflections, and full updates about the happenings of Fly on a Wall. A $5 subscription gives access to additional exclusive content featuring interviews and in-depth discussions with artists and thinkers. 

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