World Poetry Day Mini Break with Lorna Zita (English and Portuguese)
For World Poetry Day this year, Apples and Snakes want to bring a little bit of sunshine and fun with Mozambican poet, cultural projects manager and international Slam Champion Lorna Zita.
This session will be on Zoom, we will open the room at 6:55pm to start at 7pm.
This workshop is for anybody.
Lorna speaks English and Portuguese
This workshop is free
It is limited to a capacity of 20 and will be available on a first come, first serve basis.
(We expect this event to sell out so get in there quick!)
More about Lorna:
Lorna Zita is black, spoken word poet, cultural projects manager and international Slam Champion. She represented Mozambique on Digipoem ‘’Zimbabwe’’ and BBC Contains Strong Language in the UK.
She was the second-place winner of the Maputo-Katembe literary contest “The bridge that connects lives” organized by the CCMA and the German Embassy.
In 2020 she was considered the most influential voice of Voices of African Women by I, Africa and currently has two Digipoems Published in partnership with Page Poetry Alive and the British Council.
In 2018 she won the literary contest, organized by Revista Literária Inversos in honor of the International Children’s Day at Feira de Santana in Brazil.