Spoken poetry invades the scene in Sobral

Thirteen poets of the contemporary. Thirteen slammers from the periphery of capitalism. The voice of the underlings breaking through spoken poetry, the scandalous silences of our literary field and problematizing absences that so much say of social structures historically marked by the domination of all who experience a marginalized and stigmatized collective identity. Now they and they invade the scene. Young. Women. Black. Feminists. Non-binary subjects. Trans. Queers. Poetic subjects, anyway. Regardless of the identity cut, beings who throw their cries from the powerful microphones recently conquered in the Poetry Slam scene. Spoken poetry for all, all, all.

Year: 2019