Nadia Bourne is a slam poet and activist currently studying at St. John’s University in New York.
Catoptrophobia: Fear of Mirrors was written for her younger sister, Jasmin, a high school freshman.
“She represents, for me, the very audience we are attempting to affect: the cost, the risk, the worth in this effort,” Bourne said.
“My sister thinks the world of me, but not of how I see the world…constantly it breaks, cracks beneath my feet…” ~Nadia Bourne, Slam Poet
Hear Nadia’s reading of Catoptrophobia: Fear of Mirrors here.