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Olivia Gatwood born February 23, is a poet, writer, and educator in sexual assault prevention and recovery. Gatwood has toured internationally and has spoken at more than two hundred universities across the U. She has also been known to make a variety of incredible soups. Gatwood was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico on February 3, She is the daughter of Jill and Byron Gatwood.
Posted on August 16, by Uhuru Phalafala. The title strikes against my heart, hollow and resonant. And so I start the video again — just in case I misheard. A poet creating another world, speaking the words I cannot. In her spoken word video of a reading at Button Poetry Live, in just a few beautiful moments, Olivia Gatwood makes simple what so many of us struggle with. Unlike the traditional page poet folded into an anthology, Gatwood embodies her words, stepping out into the gaze of the uncomfortable Crescenzo, np. Her spoken word performance allows for an interaction with her audience, during which she shares a glimpse into unrequited love, and the emotions this brings.
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To say Olivia Gatwood is a powerhouse of a poet still somehow feels like an undersell. Widely known for her spoken word performances , Gatwood has just released her debut poetry collection, New American Best Friend. With unflinching honesty and a sharp tongue, Gatwood consistently breaks down stereotypes and explores the joys, the triumphs, the expectations, the violences, the questioning and all that comes with contemporary American womanhood. But honestly, it feels a bit like picking a favorite child. You love them all.