About Lauren Bagwell

Lauren Bagwell is a spoken word poet and teacher from Dallas, Texas. Bagwell graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education and a Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction from Baylor University. As a spoken word poet, Bagwell has competed in slams at the local, regional, and international level. As an educator, she is passionate about the power and impact poetry can have on students in the classroom. She aims to create a democratic classroom that empowers students to share their stories and take action; to not only learn about history but to also make history. You can contact her at LaurenPatriciaBagwell@gmail.com.

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2 thoughts on “About Lauren Bagwell

  1. Lauren, I attended the MHA Prism Awards last and was not only impressed by all the poems you shared, but mesmerized by the last one. I am the publishing editor of an on-line holistic magazine, What If?. The magazine is a project of The Council of Families for Children, a non-profit advocacy, education, and support organization. The magazine has a readership of more than 30,000, is a monthly periodical begun last May, and features a local artist each month. Additionally, we have a feature, “The Poetry Corner” in each issue. We would love to feature in November’s issue, including several poems. Alternatively, we invite you to be a regular contributor to the Poetry Corner. You can find the magazine at http://www.whatifmedia.org and the Council at http://www.counciloffamilies.org. Please let me know if you would be interested in participating in our project.

    Again, congratulations on your award! I look forward to hearing from you soon.

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