Andria Nacina Cole

July 26, 8:30am - 10:00am EDT. Hosted at Rituals

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About the speaker

Andria Nacina Cole was raised in a house full of women and learned everything worth knowing about storytelling from their mouths. Lots of practice and careful study supplemented (a wee bit) by degrees in creative writing from Morgan State and Johns Hopkins Universities have helped her land short stories in Hamilton Stone Review, The Feminist Wire, Fiction Circus and Ploughshares, among others. Andria is the recipient of several Maryland State Arts Council awards, a Rubys Grants awardee and Baker Artist Awards finalist. In 2017, Baltimore City Paper named her Best Storyteller. She is co-founder and director of the critical reading and writing program A Revolutionary Summer, which exposes Black girls to Black women literary and artistic giants in an effort to push them headfirst into self-love.

Local partners

Additional details

We’re also pleased to share that Threshold Support Circle will be tabling at the event. Threshold Support Circle (TSC) provides a forum and resources to explore end-of-life issues and after-death care. They offer opportunities to discuss options, ask questions, learn new skills, and share stories of personal experience.

Additionally, artist Pablo M Machioli of Tic Toc World will have a piece for attendees to interact and participate with at the event.