Lee Upton (born June 2, 1953 St. Johns, Michigan) is an American poet, fiction writer, literary critic, and a graduate of the MFA Program for Poets & Writers at the University of Massachusetts. She is the author of, most recently, “The Tao of Humiliation: Stories.” A collection of her poems, “Bottle the Bottles the Bottles the Bottles,”
Dominus Vir presents a series of poetry by Patricia Ralph. This piece we hold dear to our community as it reflects on the work and influence of Eric L. Adams who has served the residents of the city of his birth as a police officer, state senator and coalition builder. In November of 2013, he was elected to represent all of Brooklyn as borough president. The First Black Man to do so.
Ayesha Jaco is a poet and community leader from the city of Chicago. Her poems are featured in Four of Lupe Fiasco's Studio album and her words create the powerful setting in which to view our current generations climate. In recognition with Women's day, for Dominus VIr Womens Month, showcase one of her awesome poetic work with more to come. Ayesha represents a true Master Mind and teacher of arts.
A poem by My Faith Heels author and Dominus Vir contributor "The Godmother" in commencement of Black History Month. We obtain experience through experiences, we celebrate black history everyday, but for those who are adjusted with American tradition, here is a poetic toast to Black History. For more inspiration check out My Faith Heels .com