Emily Joy is a spoken word poet and a Midwest native currently on an adventure in Nashville. She writes mostly about God and boys and longs for the collective “me too” moment that vulnerable art can inspire in others. In her spare time, she makes burritos, plays the mandolin, and watches Ancient Aliens reruns. Her poetry and more information about her, including booking, can be found at emilyjoypoetry.com.
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