T'ai Freedom Ford  

Wings short story

spoken word:
 ghetto daughter

 A U D I O
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T'ai Freedom Ford is currently pursuing a Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing (fiction) at Brooklyn College. She has self-published two books of poetry: Ghetto Reflexes and Self Conscious. Her latest poetic endeavor is a spoken word CD entitled the "Raw Word Project." In 1999, T'ai won the Grand Mariner Speak Easy Poetry Slam. She has been published in The Fire This Time, Kuumba, Red Clay, Georgia State Review, and Roots and Culture. In the future, she would like to conduct workshops in which creative writing can be used as therapy for battered women, prisoners, "at-risk" youth and all others on the verge of insanity.