April 22 – Poetic Inspiration, Rhymes, Reason: An Evening with Marc “Born Nice” Polite and Taneeka “The Voice” Wilder


Join us for a poetry reading with Marc W. Polite and Taneeka L. Wilder!

Marc W. Polite is an award winning writer from New York City. He writes on issues concerning history, labor, and technology. He holds a Bachelor’s in Political Science and a Master’s in History from The City College of New York.

Mr. Polite is the founder and Editor in Chief of Polite On Society, an award winning blog of social commentary, political analysis and literary reviews. His commentary has been featured in The Grio, Time Magazine, Black Star News, BMORENEWS, The New England Informer, and The Atlanta Post.

Mr. Polite has self-published a chapbook of poetry under Upstart Publishing, his independent imprint. The Poetic Ruminations of Mr. Born Nice is available in print and on Kindle via Amazon.com.

You may find more about Marc and his performances at http://mrbornnice.wordpress.com/

Self-published author of “On the Precipice of Love Illuminated” Taneeka L. Wilder uses the power of words to penetrate and nourish hearts for the purpose of healing, inspiration, and reflection. Upon the release of her book, she was interviewed on Progressive Radio PRN.FM , along with one of her book selections being featured on the radio program Midnight Meditations with CharLena. She has also performed at Sister’s Uptown Bookstore, St. Marks Church in the Bowery, and is co-editor of her company’s newsletter, The Windy Graham. Receiving her B.A. and M.A. in Psychology from the City College of New York, Taneeka L. Wilder is currently working on a fiction book entitled: “A Loving Spoonful of I…and Other Musings from the Cerebral Frame.” She currently lives in the Bronx where she enjoys working with vulnerable children and their families. “On the Precipice of Love Illuminated” can be found on Amazon.com.

Poetic Inspiration, Rhymes, Reason: An Evening with Marc “Born Nice” Polite and Taneeka “The Voice” Wilder
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Word Up Community Bookshop/Librería Comunitaria.
113 Amsterdam ave, (at 165 st)
New York, NY


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