Kahn Santori Davison
Kahn Santori Davison is from Detroit, Michigan. He is formerly an art columnist for The Gazette News and Arts and Entertainment writer for the Michigan Citizen. He's currently a music writer for the Detroit Metro Times. He wrote the panel text for the Detroit Instutite of Arts, "D-Cyphered" exhibit, He's served as a creative writing instructor at Detroit Impact Community Center and Inside Out Literary Arts. He was one half of the poetry group Khaos and a co-star in the award winning play "Mahogany Drams."
He's been featured on the Boyce Watkins Show, Brenda Perryman Show, and others. He’s a Cave Canem fellow who's works have been featured in The Alabama Poetry Society, The Entoitist, The Baltimore Review, London’s X-Bout, Barbaric Yap, Callaloo, Black Reniaissance Noire, and The Litchfield Review. He is author of the poetry book Blaze (Willow Books). He is the recipient of the 2015 Kresge Literary Arts Fellowship.
He is the owner of Kahn Santori Photography and Be Immortal apparel. He has a B.A. from Oakland University and is a proud husband and father of four. He and his wife reside in Michigan.
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