Fire This Time is a new series from poet and musician Lynne Procope in partnership with National Sawdust inspired by the intellectual and artistic legacy of James Baldwin.
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"I had an idea to put together an art book/micro essay: Atang … I eventually decided it was going to be self-published. And I eventually decided, nobody's going to pay for this book. And now the digital copy is completely free online, we printed 250 of these, and they were given away, free. They're numbered. It's one of the practices of Filipinos: even if you're dirt poor, you give away your best thing." –Patrick Rosal
"I moved to the East Coast to try to pursue being an opera singer. And then the pandemic hit a bunch of us opera singers were like, ‘it's just not important anymore.’ I love the art form. I love the music. The industry itself, I've just I'm tired of it, I just don't love it. I actually don't think there's a lot of play in opera. There's not enough play." –Mary Rose Go
Born in Los Angeles and raised in Honolulu, Mary Rose Go is a coloratura soprano and actress. Recent credits include Charlotte in a Zoom performance of Gray Green with Root Beer Occasion Theater Company and Cindy in a livestreamed performance of Cindy the Dreamer (Or No Small Potatoes) with Hudson Stage Company. Other credits include Hope (Inside Siberia), Queen of the Night (The Magic Flute), La Rochois (La Maupin), Amor (L’incoronazione di Poppea), Despina (Cosi fan tutte), Nella (Gianni Schicchi), Suor Genovieffa (Suor Angelica), Rosina (The Barber of Seville). She is a student of Pua Ali'i Ilima, a hula hālau under the direction of Kumu Vicky Holt Takamine. Mary Rose can be found on YouTube as Auntie Mary Rose, a permaculture gardening channel for kids, or you can find her on Instagram @shortnmorose.
Patrick Rosal is an interdisciplinary artist and author of five books, most recently Brooklyn Antediluvian, winner of the Lenore Marshall Prize and finalist for the Kingsley Tufts Award. He has earned fellowships from the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Fulbright Senior Research Program. A professor of English, he is inaugural Co-Director of the Institute for the Study of Global Racial Justice at Rutgers-Camden. In this capacity, he leads Quilting Water, a public arts initiative to gather water narratives locally and from around the world. He has read, taught, and performed widely across four continents and at hundreds of venues throughout the United States. His newest collection, The Last Thing: New and Selected Poems will be released in September 2021.