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P is for Poetry

  • Partnership *artists & entrepreneurs can grow with me*

  • Place *a home away from home to host your social event*

  • Promoting *underrepresented Artists that stir your soul*

  • Passion *a creative hobby you can learn with us and love!*

  • Party *when you need to have a good time among friends*

  • Poetry & Wellness Retreats *because you deserve it!*

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Ubuntu Means Community

Meet two other phenomenal women helping me create community at Poetry on Main, in the spirit of Ubuntu. Their Utah organizations' headquarters are here at Poetry on Main.

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Partner With Me

Get on my Preferred Vendors List! Women & BIPOC, are encouraged to apply! Your services should include Catering, Photography, etc. I will rereview your proposal and get back to you within 72 hours. Interested? Click button and share!


Teach With Me

All artists and wellness practitioners serious about their crafts (especially those who identify as women, BIPOC, LGBT) are welcome to apply to host their classes, events, and sell their products in our shop. Click below!


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Statistically, new businesses are more likely to fail during their first year of operations. Historically, Black-owned startups struggle the most to find funding. Please consider contributing to overhead costs our 1st year in business. 


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Special Dedication

Benjamin Cabey

Ben's Corner @ Poetry on Main honors the memory of my dear mentor and friend, Papa Ben. He was a pioneering champion in advocating for Black and LGBT artists in Utah. A native of New York City, Ben was a graduate of University of Utah's Master of Social Work, a Poet, Spoken Word Artist, Painter, Saxophonist, and lover of life. Learn more about his legacy here.

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I am a Domestic Abuse Survivor who also survived the death of my infant daughter. Such life altering events have pushed me out of my shell. Although I began writing at the age of 13 in my homeland of Haiti, I didn't begin to write in English until I moved to the US and took Creative Writing courses in college. The year 2012 is when I started writing again and sharing about my journey as an immigrant and survivor in order to empower other women and minorities through my poetry collections.

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Thank You

When you shop with us or attend our events, you're answering the call from Governor Cox to contribute to a more united Utah (as quoted in his address read by Ms. Nubia Peña, Senior Advisor on Equity and Opportunity and Director of the Utah Division of Multicultural Affairs at a 2023 Utah Juneteenth Festival Commemoration event).

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