Kyla Jenée Lacey is a performing spoken word artist with a degree in history from the University of Central Florida. Her art has been featured in Huffington Post, the Root, Afropunk, George Takei, Write About Now, all Def Digital, and her mother's refrigerator. She is owned by two black cats, Kit and Kaboodle.
An embodies brilliant lyricism with a powerful performance that has gain recognition live and online.
Joan 'Lyric' Leslie
Joan ‘Lyric’ Leslie is an author, a slam poet, a back-to-back Queen of the South Poetry Slam Champion and story-teller whose work journeys through self-discovery and self-love while incorporating a fair share of humor and wit. She uses poetry to call a spade a spade and to challenge systemic injustice. EDI, Spoken Word, Black History Month, Women's Events, Coffeehouse and Late Night, BSU, Black Student Union, Corporate, Fundraising, Writing, Training
Poet, Actor, Playwright, Architect, Martial Artist and Activist born and raised in, New Orleans, Louisiana now based in Austin, TX.
Sha'condria "iCON" Sibley
A national championship poet and multi-disciplinary teaching artist whose slam accomplishments include becoming the first woman and non-Texan to ever win Texas Grand Slam.
A multi-faceted spoken word artist, educator and speaker who blends his pieces with commentary and personal narratives that transcends a traditional performance.
Award-Winning Motivational Storyteller that inspires people by telling real stories using poetry and photography.
Kwyn Townsend Riley, poetically known as Kwynology, is an award winning poet, author and international performer.