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By D Colin
D. Colin shares her poems, stories and the adventures of my poetpreneur & artivist journey as a Black femme.
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Episode 7: The whole picture
In this episode, I unpack the question is my family okay in Haiti and I mention Ace Live from YouTube who you can check out. Also check out or come join the patreon community at
October 14, 2021
Episode 6: Birthplace
Where were you born? How often do you encounter this question and what makes someone ask? In this episode, I'm exploring these questions. If you'd like to check out my work as a poet and artist, follow me on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @dcolinpoet and @empressbohemia. Also, check out and The link shared in this episode is Check them out and donate.
September 30, 2021
Episode 5: "Desocupation" Haiti & the U.S. Occupation
In this episode, I mention the recent assassination of Haiti's president and discuss the beginning of the U.S. occupation that followed the assassination of another president in Haiti's history. The blackout poem is from "The Long Legacy of Occupation in Haiti" by Edwidge Danticat which appears in The New Yorker. Follow me on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter: @poetdcolin and check out for more artist content.
July 19, 2021
Meeting around the sun
It's my birthday episode! Listen to a brand new piece and my reflection about getting closer to forty.
March 8, 2021
Episode 3: "Broke just like that"
This episode was recorded as part of the "Vulnerable" video series put on by Tarishi Midnight Shuler. D. Colin talks about her relationship with the piano, her experience with trauma and her journey to reclaiming her love for playing music. 
February 13, 2021
Episode 2: "I think they scared of us"
In this episode, you'll hear the poem "I think they scared of us" written and read by D. Colin followed by the story behind the poem. For more of D. Colin's work, visit
February 1, 2021
Episode 1: "Stitch"
Listen as I read my poem, "Stitch" and share some thoughts on the inauguration. 
January 25, 2021