“Franny Choi’s is a voice you’ll be hearing lots more of in the future.”
– Write By Night
“Remember way back, when very few people knew who Buddy Wakefield or Anis Mojgani were and then all of a sudden they were multi-time National Poetry Champions, widely published authors, and on tour all over the Earth? There is a similarly infectious light radiating from the work of Franny Choi– her words are simply too big to contain. Don’t be surprised when these poems are ringing out in classrooms, venues, and poetry communities around the world.”
– Jared Paul, poet/activist
“Franny Choi is not afraid to write into places that other people are scared to go. I think her heart is beating faster than the rest of us. And we need to follow that drum.”
– Sarah Kay, founder of Project V.O.I.C.E.
“She creates a language that plays, mutates, borrows, defiles, and never for a moment becomes too serious that it can’t laugh at itself.”
– Renee Gladman, author of The Activist
“Franny captures her viewer with quick wit and honest delivery, whatever the medium.”
–Pages to Pixels
ARTICLES & INTERVIEWS
Interview: Franny Choi – Pages to Pixels
“On Monsters, Masks, and Hemorrhoid Cream” – Post Magazine
“Theatre festival brings words to life” - Brown Daily Herald
“National Poetry Slam hits Boston.” Boston Herald, Aug. 14, 2011.
“Poetry Slam at 25: Why Some People Stand in Line in the Rain to Hear Poems.” Huffington Post, Aug. 14, 2011.