Interview with khalil murrell, poet

khalil murrell grew up in Camden, NJ, wedged between a meat factory, Walt Whitman’s house and the county jail. He has an MFA from Sarah Lawrence College and ran programs for the Dodge Poetry Festival & Program for many years. He now works in educational leadership, and writes poetry and essays on race, racism and masculinity. khalil currently lives in Newark, where he’s improving his Spanish and dreams of South America.

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