Interview: Jon Goode and Alice Teeter, acclaimed spoken word poets

Goode is part of Atlanta’s vibrant spoken word scene and he has been nominated for an Emmy Award and featured on CNN’s Black in America, HBO’s Def Poetry and BET’s Lyric Café. Goode can often be found playing chess in Woodruff Park when he’s not performing at colleges and universities around the country. “Conduit” is his first book and collects many of his performance pieces, poems and stories. We caught up with Goode to ask him a few questions about his work.

Interview with Jon Goode and Alice Teeter on Atlanta INtown

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