Today on the Tuesday 8:00 Buzz with Dr. Damita Brown, poet, community builder and activist Carmen Murguia joins us from Milwaukee to read poetry, talk about community building and rebuilding, making room for creativity, and what’s been going on in her world!
More about Carmen and her work: https://www.lulu.com/spotlight/murguia and http://carmenaliciamurguia.yolasite.com/
U.S. native, Carmen Alicia Murguía is an award-winning Author, Educator, and Community Builder.
A graduate of the prestigious Loft Literary Center’s “Inroads: Latino/Chicano Writers Program,” in Minneapolis, MN, Carmen is the author of “The Voices Inside,” “Carmen,” “The New Carmen (in this opera our heroine lives),” “Love: Poetry & A Short Story,” and “A Poem For All My People!”
Carmen appears in multiple anthologies and reviews, has read widely, and conducts workshops on “Finding Your Voice,” “Navigating Life After the Closet,” and “The Intersections of Culture & Identity.”
Carmen loves traveling to beachfront climates, dancing to R&B and Cumbias, spending time with her 90 year old mother, and most importantly, makes time for Love.