The poetry slam at FLUP feels like the heart of the festival. In this final episode of Glasgow Women’s Library and FLUP the podcast, Tomiwa Folorunso finds sits down with one of the founders of FLUP, Julio Ludemir, and some of the poetry slammers to find out more about this special event. From Rio de Janeiro they discuss community, Blackness and the importance of the slam poetry movement.
A transcript of the podcast can be downloaded here:
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(in order of appearance)
Jéssica Balbino: https://www.instagram.com/jessicabalbino_/?hl=en
Babs Gons: http://babsgons.com/
Lahya Aukongo: http://stefanie-lahya.de/
Lisette Maneza: https://www.instagram.com/lisettemaneza/?hl=en
Precious Nnebedum: https://www.instagram.com/badtgeh/?hl=en
Mahogany L. Browne: https://mobrowne.com/
Courtney Stoddart: https://amapoetica.wordpress.com/
Tomiwa Folorunso: https://www.tomiwafolorunso.com/
Tomiwa’s Blog Post about FLUP: https://womenslibrary.org.uk/2019/11/25/gwl-x-flup/
This podcast was produced with kind support of the British Council.