Diane Exavier

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Dispatching from the Caribbean Diaspora, Diane Exavier is a writer, theatermaker and educator working at the intersection of performance and poetry. Diane concerns herself with what she recognizes as the 4 L’s: love, loss, legacy and land. She is the author of Teaches of Peaches published by TAR Chapbook Series in 2017, and her writing can be found elsewhere in such places as The Atlas Review and The Racial Imaginary: Writers on Race in the Life of the Mind. A 2021 Jerome Foundation Finalist, Diane holds an MFA in Writing for Performance from Brown University. She lives and works in Brooklyn.


Cover Photo: This photograph is a shot looking out to the sea from a sandy beach. The water is turquoise and the sand is golden. The sky in the distance is almost purple.
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This poem was written by Diane Exavier in a 12-Month Poetry Collection Generator taught by Angel Nafis

Nov 04, 2021