Artists Space

Segue Reading Series: Douglas A. Martin & Dazié Grego- Sykes

This reading is presented as part of the Segue Reading Series.

Yellow rectangles with cropped black text are arranged haphardly on a white background. Black text over the top and bottom of the image reads "Dazie Grego-Sykes / Douglas A. Martin," and positioned in the center vertically, black text reads "Segue."
Flyer for Segue Reading Series featuring Dazie Grego-Sykes and Douglas A. Martin. Saturday, October 24, 2020, Artists Space. Artist: Keith Higginbotham [Yellow rectangles with cropped black text are arranged haphardly on a white background. Black text over the top and bottom of the image reads "Dazie Grego-Sykes / Douglas A. Martin," and positioned in the center vertically, black text reads "Segue."]

Douglas A. Martin is the author of Wolf, Branwell: a novel of the Brontë brother, Once You Go Back, They Change The Subject, Your Body Figured, and Acker. His autofiction Outline of My Lover has received a new twentieth anniversary edition and was adapted in part by the Forsythe Company for their live film ballet, Kammer/Kammer.

Dazié Grego-Sykes is an Oakland-based performance artist, educator, author, and activist. He is most known for his two solo plays Am I a Man and Nigga-Roo. He won the Best of SF Fringe Award in 2017 and recently published a collection of poetry titled Black Faggotry which sits alongside his debut spoken-word album Make Me Black.