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A Creator Must Create

WRITING PROJECTS
POETRY
LIVE PERFORMACE

PROJECTS 
AND PRESS

 

Programs Director - With a passion for curating enriching experiences, Micah spearheads the creation of diverse programs, workshops, and events that bring the community together through the art of language. 

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"Upon Seeing an Apparition"
"Alter Ego Mythology"


The Pierian: Literary + Visual Arts Journal is a journal exploring literary, visually artistic, and cultural expressions. It is an official publication of the Albany State University Department of Arts + Humanites. 

2023 Edition
The Pierian Journal



 

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Co-Host - Monthly Open Mic Series

"In collaboration with Books & Books, This is a space where poetic yearning meets innovation, where poets young and old, seasoned and fresh, unite to share their stories, dreams, and passions up on the microphone. It's a moment frozen in time, where creativity flows freely, and every word carries the weight of a thousand emotions."

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 Ink and Flow Poets is an in-person poetry performance event that brings together talented poets from all walks of life. 

2023 Performer



 

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Interactive poetry and jazz program featuring poets reading their works while accompanied by a live jazz band.

 

Hosted by Miami-Dade County Poetry Ambassador Nicole Tallman and Library Curator and Poet Oscar Fuentes, "The Biscayne Poet".

Featured Poets
Micah 
Marie Johnson
Neysa King

June 2023



 

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"Back To The Womb"
Original poem and theatrical performance

15 Annual - Spoken Soul Festival, 
Stories from the Womb

 

This immersive, multidisciplinary spoken word experience, featured four poets and musical acts, including teaching artists who also work with incarcerated women from the Miami-based Beyond the Bars program, spotlighting the voices of South Florida women. 

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 Anthology collection of poetry and photography from Miami artists and writers. 

March 2023 - Featured Poet

"Subtropical Night Fever"

"Advice for a Tourist"

"Miami Is A Poem"



 

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MIAMI POETRY CLUB - 501 (c)3 nonprofit
 

Miami Poetry Club, provides inclusive, accessible poetry education and events to amplify and enrich the lives of Miamians through the transformational power of writing.

DEVELOPMENT: Fostering relationships with inspiring individuals and organizations to secure philanthropic support for the short and long term needs of MPC.

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"With The Lights On"

Presented By SWWIM Everyday In Collaboration with FIU’s Wolfsonian Public Humanities Lab (WPHL) and FIU’s Center for Women’s and Gender Studies. Poems were printed on decals and will be on display at venues throughout Miami. 

2022 

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Commissioned by the City of Homestead, Florida  for the Grand Opening Ceremony for the Cybrarium, the library of the future.

2021

Written by Micah Marie Johnson

 

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Theater Performances 2017- 2022

Olympia Theater / Downtown Miami

Creative Producer     Performer /Poet

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Presented In Partnership with Wolfsonian-FIU

Bridge Tender House Writing Studio

2019 Participant/Performer - O, Miami Poetry Festival

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Miami Poet Collective And Writing Group 
Active 2018-2020

Founder

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Presented In Partnership With The Miami-Dade Public Library System

2019 Featured Poet- O, Miami Poetry Festival

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Micah is originally from Saint Augustine, Florida, and moved to Miami, Florida in 2013.

Known as an upbeat, eclectic and vibrant writer,  Micah has created two self-printed chapbooks and appeared in literary journals such as The Pierian Journal and poetry and short story anthologies including “Journey’s End” by Two Friends Publishing,  Sing the Body, a collection of poems praising ourselves, with SWWIM through their collaboration with FIU’s Wolfsonian Public Humanities Lab (WPHL) and FIU’s Center for Women’s and Gender Studies
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As a performance poet, Micah has graced many stages including the Adrian Arscht Center, performing an original spoken word and art genre blending piece with Spoken Soul 15, Olympia Theater with Front Yard Theatre Collective for their monthly one night only shows, and even at the Sandrell Rivers Theater for The Moth.

 

Recently Micah has completed their first children's book, "Finding The Future", which was a commissioned project to commemorate the opening of the Cybrarium Library in Homestead, Florida. 

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