margaux delotte-bennett is a Washington, DC based poet, songwriter and performer. As an active member of The Saartjie Project theater company and a Board member of the Young Women’s Drumming Empowerment Project, margaux links her art with community engagement and activism. Her poetry has been featured in the anthologies Liberated Muse Volume 1: How I Freed my Soul and 2011 NaPoWriMo Poetry Anthology as well as the magazines Divided City and Success & Ability. In 2009 margaux premiered her one-woman show Black & Kinky Amongst Brown Waves that included the poem “girl child” which won second place in the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities’ 27th Annual Larry Neal Writers’ Award. Black & Kinky went on to have 2 successful runs at the 2010 Capital Fringe Festival in Washington, DC and at WOW Cafe Theater in New York City. margaux also has a self published poetry chapbook for sale entitled “living, learning , loving”.
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