Regie Cabico's work appears in over 30 anthologies including Aloud: Voices from the Nuyorican Poets Cafe, The World in Us: Gay & Lesbian Poets of the Next Wave, The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry & Short Fuse. He is a pioneer of the Poetry Slam Movement having won the 1993 Nuyorican Grand Slam Competition. He is a Van Lier Finalist for Poetry at The Asian American Writers Workshop and a recipient of a Creative Arts Link Grant from The National Endowment for the Arts, and has received 3 NYFA Fellowships for Poetry & Performance Art.
Regie co-edited Poetry Nation: A North American Anthology of Fusion Poetry (Vehicule Press, 1998). Performing, writing and teaching credits include Asians Misbehavin' at The 2002 NY International Fringe Theater Festival, A Sondheim Slam at Joe's Pub, The Public Theater and Yoko Ono's Voice Piece for Soprano presented at PS1, a workshop for Youth Speaks - Teachers & Writers Collaborative. Television credits include HBO's Def Poetry Jam and PBS' In The Life. Cabico co-wrote Rhythmicity that premiered at the Humana Theater Festival in 2003. His latest solo show "straight out" was directed by Reg E Gaines.
As artistic director of the Washington DC based grassroots arts organization Sol y Soul, Regie Cabico is one of the organizers of the Split This Rock Poetry Festival taking place in March 2008.
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