Sydnee Stewart

2004 EP. NO. 1
SYDNEE STEWART is a published poet, actor and playwright. She has won various poetry slams and competitions, was featured in the Langston Hughes documentary, “Hughes’ Dream Harlem,” which aired on cable networks BLACKSTARZ and HBO, was a featured poet on BET’s Lyric Café and a featured actor in the HBO’s 2004 film, “Everyday People.”

She was featured on NY1 and is currently performing throughout the New York scene and other cities. Stewart has performed her poetry on New York’s WBLS and WBAI, on Miami’s Hot 105.1, on Virginia’s 103 Jams, at Atlanta’s Black Expo and The National Black Arts Festival where she performed a tribute to Dr. Maya Angelou and Cicely Tyson. Stewart has performed on stage in Philadelphia with Amir from “The Roots” and has opened for Bilal and Amel Larreuix. She also performed at the Turner Broadcasting 11th Annual Trumpet Awards, which was televised on TBS.

Stewart was the Founder and Executive Director of the non-profit organization, Better Youth, Inc., which used poetry and the arts to inspire young people with self-esteem and self-confidence. At present, She has published works in the following publications: African Voices, Rolling Out, QBR Magazine, The Lasting Joy (1998), America at the Millennium (2000), Signifyin’ Harlem (2002/2003), and Under a Quicksilver Moon. She was also a featured writer and poet on DEF POETRY JAM.

Stewart is in California and is currently working on her second book of prose and poetry and a musical poetry album, which is forthcoming.

Last updated 2009.

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