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Hailing from Lakewood, Colorado, Monica Prince served as a graduate teaching fellow at Georgia College & State University in Milledgeville, Georgia, where she earned her M.F.A. in Creative Writing with a focus in poetry in May 2015. She graduated in 2012 from Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois with a B.A. in English Creative Writing. Her work at Knox included a fellowship with the Ronald E. McNair Fellowship Program, a student assistant position for the national headquarters of the Association for Black Culture Centers (ABCC), and membership to various clubs. She published two stories and three poems in the on-campus literary journal, Cellar Door, published a research paper on the presence of God in the literature of Paule Marshall in the McNair Journal for Interdisciplinary Studies in 2010, and co-directed Ntozake Shange’s for colored girls who have considered suicide / when the rainbow is enuf in May 2011.
After studying abroad in Dakar, Senegal, Monica prepared and published a manuscript on poems about Senegal, Maangi Fii Rekk: Attempted Communications on Senegal, and in the spring of 2012, she wrote, directed and performed in her choreopoem, Confessions in Living Color(ed), a production focused on a series of interviews conducted with college-aged people of color in Oregon during the summer of 2011. After three years writing, teaching, and performing in middle Georgia as well as volunteering with non-profit organization Art as an Agent for Change (AAC), Monica returned to Lakewood where she currently lives and works with her pug, Otis. Most recently, Monica attended the Maribar Writers' Colony in Virginia.