Miko the Artist

Poet/ Author/Model/Actress

Miko White was born and raised in Tulsa, OK. Compared to most she has only... recently begun to perfect her writing skills and apply them to the art of poetry writing within the past 6 years. She strives on being an inspiration to other women through her words of empowerment. She is not limited to any specific topics, her topics are far reaching and she is not afraid to touch on any subject. Her highly diversified catalog of poems successfully shows off her quick wit and deep intellectual thoughts. She has made several appearances at different venues while touring the local poetry scene. She is one of the most sought after poets in Oklahoma with her ability to provoke thought, provide inspiration and a few laughs in her performances! A list of her accomplishments and attributes are listed below:

• She has been the featured Poet in several showcases- 2006/Present

• Featured articles in the Tulsa World newspaper, Examiner.com an online
entertainment News Guide and The Oklahoma Eagle- 2006/present

• Released her first CD- “Spoken Word Vol I”-June 2007

• Launched first self- published Book entitled “Spoken Word for the Soul”- March 2010 (available on Amazon.com)

• Featured public speaker at Edison High School (Tulsa, Ok) promoting literacy -March 2010

• Co- host of the BET vs. Comic View Comedy show featuring Comedian Tony Woods from BET’s Comic View- November 2011

• She hosted “Tulsa’s Louder than a Bomb”, an educational organization and the largest Poetry Youth Slam in the Nation- January 2012

• Casted in the original play “Noni Klutch”, which she held 3 star roles- March 2012

• Expostyles Exposure Magazine’s Hair and Beauty Guide’s cover Model – April 2012

Through her touring opportunities she has successfully began to promote her own show (Miko’s Poetry Café) under a number of themes. This helps showcase her brilliant talents as well as give other local artists exposure. “Say Something Sunday’s” is the current monthly showcase of artist near and far, which is held every second Sunday of the month at a local venue.

To learn more about Miko and her movement follow her on
Kowryte@facebook.com
Instagram: Kowryte
Facebook.com/mikospoetrycafe
Twitter@kowryte
Youtube www.mikotheartist.com