Well-known for his anti-bullying-themed, spoken-word work “EVEN TODAY,” this Canadian poet can be known for a number of posted poetry collections, including Stickboy and Our Deathbeds Can Be Thirsty. In the beginning of his literary and carrying out professions, he was the champ from the 2000 Country wide Poetry Slam. He co-founded a spoken-word poetry group known as A great deal of Fun University or college (or T.O.F.U.). He spent his start in Yellowknife, Canada, and the majority of his child years in Penticton, English Columbia. He and New York-born article writer Nicole Blackman are both significant spoken-word poets.