Denise Simpson

Denise Simpson

Denise SimpsonDenise Simpson is currently working towards a Masters of Music in euphonium performance at the University of Toronto and has received a BMus and BEd in music education. During her undergraduate degree, Denise studied with euphonium player Robert Miller, and played in masterclasses for euphonium players Steven Mead and David Childs. Recently, Denise studied and performed in Rome, Italy, and taught at various music camps including the Durham Integrated Arts Camp and National Music Camp of Canada. Denise has played euphonium with the University of Toronto Wind Ensemble, Festival Winds Orchestra, Orchestra Toronto, Hannaford Youth Band, Weston Silver Band, and is currently playing baritone in the Hannaford Street Silver Band and euphonium in the newly formed Euba Tuba-Euphonium Quartet. Denise is presently residing in Toronto teaching euphonium, and working with Anita McAlister in the Hannaford Youth Program.

See:

www.eubaquartet.com

Jennifer Taverner

Jennifer Taverner

Jennifer TavernerLyric soprano Jennifer Taverner, noted as possessing a voice of “rare natural beauty and freshness”, is recognized for her instinctive musicality and excellent stage presence. Recent and upcoming engagements include Rose in Weill’s Street Scene for VOICEBOX: Opera in Concert, Messiah with the Grand Philharmonic Choir, the contemporary opera Airline Icarus (Brian Current) with Soundstreams, a Gilbert & Sullivan Evening for the Niagara Symphony, Bach’s Mass in B minor with the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, Fauré Requiem and Messiah with the Bach Elgar Choir, and an appearance with the Off Centre Salon. Past highlights include the role of Fiordiligi in a touring production of Mozart’s Cosi fan tutte with Jeunesses Musicales du Canada, as well as performances with the Ontario Philharmonic Orchestra, the Bach Elgar Choir, the Toronto Classical Singers, and the Larkin Singers. An accomplished concert soloist, Ms. Taverner won the 2010 Royal Conservatory Orchestra’s Concerto Competition, singing Barber’s Knoxville: Summer of 1915, and performed the same work with the Royal Conservatory Orchestra in Koerner Hall, under the baton of Johannes Debus of the Canadian Opera Company. In 2012 she was a semi-finalist in both the Montreal International Music Competition, and the New York Oratorio Society Lyndon Woodside Solo Competition. Past concert engagements have included Handel’s Messiah with The Elmer Iseler Singers; Brahms’ Ein Deutsches Requiem with The Larkin Singers and The Toronto Mendelssohn Choir; and Elliot Carter’s A Mirror on Which to Dwell with the Royal Conservatory New Music Ensemble. Further operatic credits include Female Chorus in Britten’s The Rape of Lucretia (Opera on the Avalon), Noémie in Massenet’s Cendrillon (Glenn Gould School), Angel/Witch in the world premiere of R. Murray Schafer’s The Children’s Crusade (Soundstreams/Luminato), and Laurette in Bizet’s Le Docteur Miracle (Glenn Gould School). Ms. Taverner has held two consecutive vocal fellowships at the prestigious Tanglewood Music Center. Performances there included Gyorgy Kurtag’s Scenes from a Novel for soprano and chamber ensemble, excerpts from Gluck’s Iphigenie en Tauride with mezzo-soprano Susan Graham and the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and Stravinsky’s Les Noces led by Maestro Charles Dutoit. Other summer studies include the Art of Song program at the Toronto Summer Music Festival, where she worked with Elly Ameling and Julius Drake, and the Highlands Opera Studio where she performed the roles of Ellen Orford, Governess, and Helena in scenes from Benjamin Britten’s operas, directed by tenor Richard Margison. Ms. Taverner is a grant recipient of the Canada Council for the Arts, and has been named a laureate of Les Jeunes Ambassadeurs Lyriques. She earned her Bachelor of Music at Wilfrid Laurier University, and completed the Artist Diploma program at the Royal Conservatory’s Glenn Gould School.

For more information, see jennifertaverner.com

 

Malika Welsh

malika-homepageMalika Welsh has a dedication to art studies that is complemented by her academic knowledge, experience in theatrical production, as well as a flair for event management but she also loves playing video games and getting lol coaching sessions. Born in Grenada, Ms. Welsh majored in visual arts at the Etobicoke School of the Arts. In 2012 she achieved an Honours degree from Carleton University in Art History and Mass Communications, focusing on Canadian Art and Post-colonial Theory. Ms. Welsh has worked with the CentreTown Community Health Centre, helping to facilitate an art therapy program for children. She currently works with the Ottawa School of Art as their Development & Fundraising Coordinator and a visual arts instructor and is helping to revive the Ottawa Black Art Collective. For 3 years Ms.Welsh was the Curator in Residence at the Fritzi Gallery, in Ottawa. She has curated on behalf of BAND Gallery and TD Canada Trust. Ms.Welsh aspires to work in collaboration with other artists, continuing to promote art and education.

Sedina Fiati

Sedina FiatiI am a multidisciplinary performer, producer, activist and creator for stage and screen. I am the co chair of ACTRA Toronto’s Diversity Committee and VP of Member Engagement for Canadian Actor’s Equity Association. I firmly believe in the principles of diversity and inclusion and look forward to seeing a better representation of people of colour, lgbtq+, Deaf, and disabled stories on our stages and screens. Most recent projects: lulu v4 (Rhubarb Festival), Love’s Labours Lost (Dauntless City Theatre), Chicken Grease is Nasty Business (SummerWorks Festival). Upcoming: Last Dance (web series), Letters to the Universe (Buddies in Bad Times), 22 (writing) and Famous (producing work by fellow alumnae Navneet Kaur). I can be reached at sfiati@actra.ca

Mary Alexander

Mary Alexander

I went to the University of Toronto and graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor’s in Applied Science and Engineering (Civil Engineering, graduated with honours). I continued with completing my Master’s of Engineering in 2014 with a specialization in Structural Engineering.

I currently work as a structural designer in a structural engineering firm (Moses Structural Engineers Inc.)

Earlier this year I was recognized as one of a top 8 female Alumnae in Engineering. Here’s in the link to the article

Here is a link for the micro-site to encourage girls to go into engineering: http://women.engineering.utoronto.ca

Darcy Gerhart

Darcy Gerhart

Darcy Gerhart
Darcy attended the National Theatre School of Canada for acting, graduating in 2013. She joined the Shaw Festival ensemble in 2014. Now in her second season at The Shaw, she plays Hilde Wangel in Ibsen’s “The Lady From the Sea” and Madeline Courteline in the world premiere of “The Divine: A Play for Sarah Bernhardt“, by Quebec playwright Michelle Marc Bouchard.

Suresh Singaratnam

Suresh Singaratnam

Suresh SingaratnamSuresh Singaratnam is a trumpeter of uncommon breadth – unique not only for the small crowd he inhabits as a virtuoso of both classical and jazz styles but also for the continuity and clarity of his voice across both idioms. When he began to study the trumpet at age nine, it never occurred to him that he might have to choose between the two.

Singaratnam’s dual album release in 2009 was the product of several years of germination. “Two Hundred Sixty-One, Vol. 1” is not an opening statement but rather an adult work, born of years refining technique and taste. Similarly, “Lost in New York”, Singaratnam’s all-original jazz album, was years in the making and literally narrates several years of the artist’s life during his time in New York City. The program is eclectic, ranging from intervalic and twelve-tonal to singable originals evocative of Strayhorn and Johnny Mercer.

– Nathaniel Smith

 

See:

Who is Suresh

Elizabeth Melanson

Elizabeth Melanson

Elizabeth MelansonAfter graduating from ESA, Elizabeth moved to Los Angeles to attend the renowned School of Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California. While completing her BA in Cinema-Television Critical Studies, Elizabeth interned for Lions Gate, Independent Artists Agency, and Jennifer Cooper Casting.

Elizabeth has now ventured out as a producer. She co-founded an indie film production company in 2013 with fellow ESA alumni Mouna Traoré. The Mini Films, Inc. debut short film All of Me premiered at the California Independent Film Festival in San Francisco, 2014. It went on to play at Yellowknife International, Toronto International Shorts Film Fest, Women & Minorities in Media Film Fest, and Newport Beach Film Fest. The film has been selected by CBC’s television program Canadian Reflections and will be featured online and on air.

Elizabeth resides in Toronto and is excited to continue her creative journey as an actor & filmmaker.

See:

www.elizabethmelanson.com
www.theminifilms.com

Mouna Traoré

Mouna Traoré

Mouna TraoréCurrently an Actor, Model, Writer and Producer based in Toronto.

Since graduating from ESA, Mouna completed her bachelors of Arts and Science at The University of Toronto, while also pursuing a career as an Actor and Model. Mouna has starred in productions such as Carrie (MGM), Rookie Blue (Global), and The Book of Negroes (CBC/BET). Most recently Mouna has been working on recurring roles in Hemlock Grove (Netflix) and Shadowhunters (ABC).

In 2013 Mouna and fellow ESA alumna Elizabeth Melanson founded The Mini Films, a small independent film production company. She made her screenwriting debut in their first short film ‘All of Me’ (2014), which has played at 5 film festivals in Canada and the U.S. ‘All of Me’ (2014) will also be featured on CBC’s shorts television series ‘Canadian Reflections’ as well as on the programs website as of June 1st.

www.theminifilms.com
vimeo.com/94702934

Anjelica Skirt

Anjelica Scannur

Anjelica SkirtBorn in Toronto, Anjelica Scannura is an award-winning dancer and has appeared on stages around the world with her dance company Ritmo Flamenco. Her expertise is dance is vast, as she has studied ballet, contemporary, Irish and Belly Dance; performing and teaching throughout the world. Her recent achievements include winning dance competitions in both Canada and abroad as well as premiering several critically acclaimed productions for Harbourfront Centre’s NextSteps Dance Festival. She is also pursuing a career in acting and has had lead roles in several films and TV series.
See:
www.anjelicascannura.com
www.youtube.com/user/anjelicascannura

Ally Rom Colthoff

Ally Rom Colthoff

Ally Rom ColthoffI completed a Bachelor of Fine Art at NSCAD University and a Certificate of Computer Animation at Sheridan College. I now work at Guru Studio in Toronto as a surfacing artist on television shows, including BBC’s BAFTA-nominated cartoon Dinopaws. In December 2014 I crowd-funded the publication of my first graphic novel, Chirault, and illustrated an entry in the Toronto Comics Anthology. I’m an incorrigible cat person, and a brush-pen and marker enthusiast.

See: http://sevensmith.net

 

Emilie-Claire Barlow

emilie-300Emilie-Claire Barlow is a Juno Award and National Jazz Award winning vocalist from Toronto, Canada. She has released nine albums over the past 15 years, racking up multiple awards and nominations, including 5 Juno nominations, A Gemini nomination, and winner of the National Jazz Award for Female Vocalist of the Year in 2008.

Her 2012 studio release, Seule ce soir  took home the Juno Award for Vocal Jazz Album of the Year as well as the Felix Award (ADISQ) for Best Jazz interpretation in 2013. In 2014, she released her first live album, Live in Tokyo, recorded at the famous Cotton Club in Japan. Her new album is slated for release next October.

Her energetic live performances and exquisite recordings thrill sold out audiences from Tokyo to Montreal. Emilie-Claire leads her stellar band through innovative arrangements of American-Songbook treasures, rhythmic bossa novas, and elegant ballads. She continues to endear herself to critics, peers, and audiences everywhere, with her relaxed, polished demeanour, her charming humour, and a voice of unforgettable beauty.

Emilie-Claire is also a busy voice actress, lending her voice to hundreds of jingles and voice overs over the past 25 years. Animation credits include Almost Naked Animals, Fugget About It, Total Drama, Stoked, 6Teen, Bakugan Battle Brawlers, Monster Math Squad, Rescue Heroes, Z-Squad, Martin Mystery, Totally Spies.

For more information, see emilieclairebarlow.com

 

Maddy Rodriguez

Maddy Rodriguez

Currently in Nashville, TN, Madison is pursuing a career as a professional songwriter. Recently  (2018) Madison was selected as part of a group of songwriters for ASCAP’s GPS program, an initiative that pairs up and coming songwriters with prominent Music Publishers in Nashville.

She started writing songs while at ESA. In fact she recorded her debut – Don’t Be a Stranger

Maddy Rodriguez, songwriter

– album during senior year. She wrote the title track as a goodbye to her friends at ESA. Since that album, Maddy has released a couple of EPs and some singles with support from FACTOR and the Ontario Arts Council. Some of her songs have been played on some radio stations in Canada and the US. She has won a few songwriting competitions like the International Acoustic Music Awards, the UK Songwriting Contest and the John Lennon Songwriting Contest (Grand Prize and Lennon Award). Her song Tahiti appeared in an episode of Army Wives (ABC Studios) and her song Un Poco de Ti was featured on an episode of Switched at Birth (Disney/ABC).  Maddy attended the University of Toronto for a couple of years, but decided to put that part of her life on hold to focus on songwriting as much as possible (working part time). She is currently living in Nashville, Tennessee on an O1 Visa (“O-1 nonimmigrant visa is for the individual who possesses extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics…”) travelling back to Toronto frequently.

See:  www.maddyrodriguezsongs.com

 

Alexandra Tropea

Alexandra Tropea

Alexandra is a bilingual communications consultant. She has an undergraduate degree in jazz vocal music performance from York University. Her love of both art & history took her to Europe where she earned her Master’s degree in marketing, published a book on communications and worked in France for 3 years in her field.
Alexandra lives and works in Toronto where she continues her work as a bilingual communications consultant, translator and copywriter for established brands, government agencies and advertising agencies.
She still performs in cover ensembles and jazz bands. Music is still very much a part of her life.
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Bryan Holt

Bryan Holt

Bryan HoltKnown for his artistic versatility, cellist Bryan Holt has performed on three continents and appeared in numerous alternative venues. He has been described as “…a rising young cellist imbued with passion, daring and a faultless technique. Not to be missed!” As a chamber musician Bryan appears regularly with Pocket Concerts, Uccello and the Thin Edge New Music Collective. He has recently performed with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Esprit Orchestra, Soundstreams Canada and the Group of 27 as well as numerous other ensembles in Ontario. Bryan is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Music in Cello Performance at the University of Toronto. He is highly sought after as a teacher and maintains a private studio in the downtown core of Toronto while also visiting several schools as a guest coach.

See: www.bryanholt.ca

Addison Brasil

Addison Brasil

Addison BrasilActor, Model, Choreographer, Teacher & Philanthropist  Currently residing in Los Angeles as a recipient of the O1 Artist visa.

Post ESA Highlights:

  • Scholarship Recipient, Graduated with honours from Point Park University’s Conservatory Dance Program in Pittsburgh, PA
  • Professional Show Credits include: Beauty and The Beast (Walt Disney Company), West Side Story (WVA Symphony Orchestra), The Snow Queen (Playhouse Dance Co.) and multiple shows for Royal Caribbean Productions across Asia.
  • Adjudicates, Choreographs and Teaches Master classes across Canada & USA
  • Creative Team, Asst. to Linda Garneau, for Theatre20’s Inaugural Production of “Bloodless: The Trial of Burke and Hare” (Panasonic Theatre, Toronto, 2012)
  • Artistic Director of PrePro Artist Collective, Co Founded with ESA Alumni Samantha Berardesca for triple threats
  • Co-founder and Chairman of the Team Brother Bear Foundation of Canada, which supports children living with brain tumours

Email Addison
Website

Samantha Berardesca

Samantha Berardesca

Samantha BerardescaSamantha Berardesca (BA Voice, Dalhousie; MA Music Education, Columbia University; Speech-Language Pathologist candidate, Dalhousie) is an avid music educator with a passion for vocal pedagogy & voice instruction. She has worked as an Applied Voice teacher at TC, Columbia University; at several conservatories in New York and Ontario; as Master Voice teacher at the Canadian Dance Company; and at her private voice studio downtown Toronto.

Addison Brasil is a Canadian actor (AEA), dancer, educator, adjudicator and choreographer. Currently residing in LA, Addison has performed throughout the US (Beauty and The Beast (Disney), West Side Story, Ann Reinking’s Piano Keys and multiple productions across Asia (Royal Caribbean). He also contributed to Theatre20’s creative team for the inaugural production of Bloodless: The Trial of Burke and Hare. These ESA alumni partnered to create the PrePro Artist Collective, a triple threat program that prepares young artists for real-life industry needs.

Email Samantha
PrePro Artist Collective website

Darren Fuller

Darren Fuller

darren-fullerI live in the Toronto west end with my ladies, wife Rohina and daughter Dahlia.
Finished ESA and went to Humber for Jazz music. Worked on a RCCL cruise ship in the Caribbean for a bit and then returned to Toronto to find a paying job.
I worked at Bell Canada for a little more than a decade and then ventured out as an IT consultant. Currently I am keeping myself busy deploying big-data analysis tools for fortune 500 companies throughout the US and Canada.
My music education at ESA doesn’t pay the bills, but it did give me a great love of all genres of music as a consumer. Now I focus my skills on the next generation, Dahlia’s turning into quite the impressive singer in her own right and i look forward to maybe one day seeing her on the stage in the Nancy Main auditorium.
Drop me a line, let’s catch up : darren.fuller@gmail.com

Amy Carson Hunter

Amy Carson Hunter

Amy Carson HunterAmy completed an Arts degree at Wilfrid Laurier University majoring in Psychology with a minor in Religion and Culture. While at Laurier she began showcasing as a singer-songwriter at local open mics, and now works professionally as a folk-pop musician. She has played at festivals such as SummerFolk (Owen Sound), NXNE (Toronto), Canadian Music Week (Toronto), and the Beaches Jazz Festival (Toronto), and has also toured across Canada as both a solo artist, as well as the front woman to the band “The Humble Divines”. In 2014 she was mentored by Amanda Walther of folk duo “Dala” and has played alongside musicians such as Fred Penner, Laura Smith, and Nathan Rogers. Amy released her first studio album “Call Me the Wind” in 2013, which was produced by Dalton Tennant (Drake), and now lives in Calgary, Alberta.

For more information, see Amy Carson Hunter and her Youtube Channel.

 

 

Paolo Santalucia

Paolo Santalucia

Paolo SantaluciaPaolo was a member of the Soulpepper Academy from 2011-2012. After graduating, he joined the company, where he is currently performing in his 4th season. In 2013, Paolo helped co-found The Howland Company and was one of the directors in their inaugural show “52 Pick-Up” which premiered at the Toronto Fringe Festival where it won Best Of Fringe, before being remounted for a third sold-out run in early 2015.

Theatre Credits Include: Hamlet (Upcoming-Driftwood Theatre); Armstrong’s War (Upcoming-Canadian Rep); The Dybbuk, Of Human Bondage, Idiot’s Delight, Great Expectations, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, The Crucible, The Royal Comedians (Soulpepper Theatre); After Juliet (YPT)

Paolo is the recipient of two Dora Mavor Moore awards for his work in Soulpepper’s “Of Human Bondage” and “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead“.

Felix Deak

Felix Deak

Felix Deak As well as being a founding member of I FURIOSI Baroque Ensemble, baroque cellist and viola da gambist Felix Deak showcases his career as a freelance musician with orchestras and chamber ensembles, including Toronto’s Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Les Voix Humaines and Opera Atelier.

Felix instructs orchestral classes and private students in and around Toronto. He can be heard on CBC Radio Two in performances, and has made recordings for various labels at home and abroad.

For more information, see I FURIOSI.

Stephanie Ayoub

Stephanie Ayoub

Stephanie AyoubStefanie completed her degree in fashion design at Ryerson University, while taking time to study couture techniques abroad in Paris. She spent two years as a Design Assistant at Greta Constantine, and completed interships with couturiere Christine Phung in Paris, and as an embroidery and print design specialist at Phillip Lim. Her illustration work has been featured in publications such as The Walrus, Fashion Magazine, Alphabet City, and Quill&Quire. She loves vintage botanical books, all white outfits, black ink drawings, strong coffee, Japanese wood block prints, and dogs.

For more information, see: stefanieayoub.com

Benjamin Kamino

Benjamin Kamino

Ben_PB-3226_v1Benjamin Kamino is an artist living and working between Montreal and Toronto. His work has been shown in Austria, Brazil, Canada, Mexico and the United States. Through the embodiment of cultural, critical, and philosophical theory, his work is a continuous research into performance as a site where ethical positions can be put into question.

Aside from making choreography, Kamino maintains his practice as a dancer by engaging in contracts with Independent choreographers as well as Dance companies most notably, Peggy Baker Dance Projects, Ame Henderson, Michael Trent, Sasha Kleinplatz and Virgil Baruchal.

Kamino holds a BFA in Dance for the Tisch school for the Arts (NYU), and is currently a curator at Dancemakers Centre for Creation (Toronto).

For more information, see Dancemakers Centre for Creation.

 

Justin Nozuka

Justin Nozuka

Justin NozukaJustin Nozuka began writing his own songs at the age of 12. Since then he has continued to impress every person who comes across him. With an extremely successful first album, Nozuka’s sophomore record You I Wind Land and Sea has seen him headlining a 29 date tour across the globe and winning a 2011 NRJ award and SOCAN #1 award for the album’s second single Heartless. Playing support slots for world renowned artists such as Stevie Wonder, Mary J. Blige, John Mayer and Jason Mraz while lending his voice to bring attention to social causes, Nozuka continues to demonstrate his ability to impress and inspire on a global level.

For more information, see: justinnozuka.com

 

Mark Correia

Mark Correia

mark-300.pngMark Correia is a magician and world record holder. Astounding audiences with his magic since the age of 6, Mark is a professional entertainer in every sense of the word. After specializing in comedy at Etobicoke School of the Arts, he auditioned for the National Theatre School of Canada and was accepted as one of only 6 males in his year, majoring in Acting. He is currently in his third year.

When he’s not away at school, he’s usual playing on one of Toronto’s stages (Tarragon, Passe Muraille, Factory). If not on stage, you’ll spot him on television with a few tricks up his sleeves, performing at private parties, or planning his next stunt. Mark was featured on every Canadian broadcasting network last year.

Along with his chosen executive team, Mark is the brains and talent behind Escaping Parkinson’s – a stunt supported by The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, and Michael J. Fox himself – raising over $16,000 in one summer. For fourteen days Mark lived (s)trapped inside a straitjacket – no tricks, and no breaks. On the fourteenth day he escaped on live television. He garnered international attention with this stunt, and set a world record for “Longest Amount of Time Wearing a Straitjacket”.

Mark has performed all around Canada and the United States, going as far as Paris both as a solo magician, and as a cast member of a variety of productions. Mark is the winner of the SEARS “Best Actor” award, and was nominated for a MyTheatre “Best Supporting Actor” award, and Summerworks “Best Upcoming Performer” award. He was also nominated for a “Best Magician Award” from A1 Radio.

Mark is currently completing his Acting Degree at the National Theatre School of Canada, writing a book about his experience in the straitjacket, and working on next summer’s project.

For more information, see markcorreia.ca

 

 

Michael Therriault

Michael Therriault

Since graduating from ESA in 1992, theatre credits include eight seasons at The Stratford Festival;  Leo Bloom in THE PRODUCERS (Mirvish); Gollum in LORD OF THE RINGS (Toronto and London’s West End); Motel in FIDDLER ON THE ROOF (Broadway) and Irving Berlin in THE TIN PAN ALLEY RAG (Roundabout Theatre Co NY). On television, Michael played Tommy Douglas in the CBC mini-series PRAIRIE GIANT: THE TOMMY DOUGLAS STORY; Lord Castleroy in REIGN (on the CW network) and will soon be seen as Klaus Blinsky in the Netflix series HEMLOCK GROVE.

Adebe DeRango-Adem

Adebe DeRango-Adem

Adebe DeRango-AdemAdebe DeRango-Adem is a writer and doctoral student at the University of Pennsylvania. Her work has been published in various North American sources, including Descant, CV2, Canadian Woman Studies and the Toronto Star. She won the Toronto Poetry Competition in 2005 to become Toronto’s first Junior Poet Laureate. In 2008, she attended the summer writing program at Naropa University, where she mentored with Anne Waldman and the late Amiri Baraka. Her debut poetry collection, Ex Nihilo (Frontenac House, 2010) was longlisted for the Dylan Thomas Prize, the world’s largest prize for writers under thirty. Her second full-length poetry collection, Terra Incognita, will be published May 2015. Titled after the Latin term for “unknown land”—a cartographical expression referring to regions that have not yet been mapped or documented—Terra Incognita is a collection of poems that creatively explores various racial discourses and interracial crossings buried in history’s grand narratives.

See: www.adebe.wordpress.com