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Fulbright scholar Kimberly Reyes speaks to @SorchaPollak of the Irish Times about moving from the US to Cork to study at UCC.

⏰Today's Plan:

🌉9 AM PT: "The End of The Golden Gate: Writers on Loving and (Sometimes) Leaving San Francisco" with @aliavolz, @Kimerama & @DanielHandler

🌳10: From the archives: @DrSuzanneSimard on "Finding the Mother Tree"


Tomorrow 9AM w/ @alexismadrigal:

We discuss "The End of The Golden Gate: Writers on Loving and (Sometimes) Leaving San Francisco" with @aliavolz, @Kimerama &@DanielHandler

🌉 Why do you stay? Why have you left the city?

There were 14 mass shootings this weekend.

At least 150 people killed from gun violence, and it's barely a blip in the news cycle.

We must not become desensitized to mass death.

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KQED Forum on the Soul of San Francisco

The Commonwealth Club | Reflections of San Francisco

Fulbright Annual Report

Fulbright Video

U.S. Election Event

Bloomberg QuickTake on Corporate America

Queens Chamber of Commerce "Meet the Author" Event

AirTalk© KPCC Radio Roundtable on Affirmative Action

Dublin Digital Radio Listen Ears Listen Eyes premiere featuring "The Crow is Barking Up a Storm" from The Stinging Fly Summer 2020 Issue

The Buttery Barmaids Quarantine Video Cameo

Fighting Words Songwriting Collaboration

Fulbright LatinX Instagram Live Interview

FulbrightLatinX Interview Kimberly Reyes

1 of 3 The LLAG Facebook Interviews

Cork's RedFM Radio Interview

Print Features

Newtown Literary Feature

Cork's Echo News Feature

The Irish Times Feature

Cork's Echo News Feature

Poets & Writers Magazine Ten Questions

San Francisco State University News Article

San Francisco State University Fulbright Article

Omnidawn (full interview below press release)

Speaking of Marvels


Past Workshops

The Art of Poetry Performance

Perspective in Poetry


UCC Blogs


UCC Ambassador

Education in Ireland

UCC Academic


CantoMundo Fellow Chapbook

Joe Massey exhibition preface for 

Prison + Neighborhood Art Project Poetry Collection

The Acentos Review 10th anniversary limited-edition chapbook, in partnership with the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive

Writers Kimberly Adores

Gwendolyn Brooks

Reginald Shepherd

Camille Dungy

Ta-Nehisi Coates

Rebecca Traister

Lucy Grealy

Oscar Wilde

Claudia Rankine

Neil Jordan

Jancee Dunn

Anne Enright

Fintan O'Toole


The acceptance speech to end all acceptance speeches

Then there was also this one