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Black Lives Matter. I'm a Chicana poet, scholar and producer based in California. My radio show, "Out of Our Minds on KKUP" is on a break because of Covid, but the archives are here. My current gigs include research and education for the Decriminalization of Psilocybin movement in California [ www.decrimca.org ], managing media for the Philip Glass Days and Nights Festival, and teaching courses at CSUMB. Please find me on IG https://www.instagram.com/poet.i.t.a/
 
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Rachelle escamilla is a Chicana poet from Hollister, California. her nationally award winning first book is slated to become an off broadway play. Rachelle is the founder of a number of poetry programs all over the world, she is a scholar recognized by the Library of Congress and a community-based activist whose research and work includes the fair …
 
"She approaches words as reference points, rather than endpoints. By reimagining language, she exerts control over her sense of self.”—Los Angeles Review of BooksARISA WHITE is a Cave Canem fellow, Sarah Lawrence College alumna, an MFA graduate from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and author of the poetry chapbooks Disposition for Shinine…
 
A Wyoming native and second-generation Japanese American, Roripaugh studied music, earning a BM in piano performance and an MM in music history before earning an MFA in creative writing from Indiana University, Bloomington. She is the author of Beyond Heart Mountain (1999), which was selected by Ishmael Reed for the National Poetry Series; Year of …
 
Manuel Paul López’s books include These Days of Candy (Noemi Press, 2017), The Yearning Feed (University of Notre Dame Press, 2013), winner of the Ernest Sandeen Poetry Prize, 1984 (Amsterdam Press, 2010) and Death of a Mexican and Other Poems (Bear Star Press, 2006). He also co-edited Reclaiming Our Stories (City Works Press, 2016). A CantoMundo f…
 
Toi Derricotte is an American poet and recently retired from her post at University of Pittsburgh where she taught writing. Toi won a 2012 Pen Award for Poetry and is the co-founder with Cornelius Eady of Cave Canem Foundation, a summer workshop for African-American poets.Naomi Edwards holds degrees from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago a…
 
MFA in Poetry from Emerson College ('08), BA in Poetry from Pacific Lutheran University ('06). Lecturer in School of Humanities & Communication at California State University Monterey Bay ('13-present), Associate Poetry Editor for Black Lawrence Press ('10-13), Book Reviewer for Zoland ('12-13), Chief Editor of "Saxifrage" literary arts journal ('0…
 
Tim J. Myers is a writer, songwriter, storyteller, and senior lecturer at Santa Clara University. He made the New York Times children's bestseller list, and his books for kids--15 out and two in press--have won recognition Kirkus and NPR, among others. He’s published over 140 poems, won a first prize in a poetry contest judged by John Updike, has f…
 
Marc Zegans is a working poet and spoken word artist. His collections include The Underwater Typewriter, Boys in the Woods, Pillow Talk, and The Book of Clouds. He has recorded two albums, Night Work and Marker and Parker, the latter in collaboration with pianist Don Parker. Marc has worked regularly in immersive theater as a producer, author and p…
 
Adela Najarro is the author of three poetry collections: My Childrens, Split Geography, Twice Told Over. Along with her colleagues, Jennifer Fletcher and Hetty Yelland, she edited Fostering Habits of Mind in Today’s Students: A New Approach to Developmental Education. She currently teaches at Cabrillo College as the English instructor for the Puent…
 
David Soto Jr. is a retired U.S. Air Force Master Sergeant who didn't realize until reaching his forties that he was a writer. As a child, he struggled with learning disabilities, which yielded him grades that barely earned him his high school diploma. With marks like that, the thought of being an author never occurred to him and college was out of…
 
Jonathan Marcantoni is an American novelist, screenwriter and editor based out of San Antonio, Texas. He is a co-founder and Managing Editor in Chief of Aignos, an independent, royalty publisher that seeks out experimental and innovative fiction and nonfiction.Marcantoni has written has published the novels Communion (with Jean Blasiar), and Travel…
 
Three lives on the verge of ruin intersect in the smallOregon town of Amity: Pika, a half-Samoan ex-con fromCalifornia, seeks to deliver justice to his sister’s rapist;Michael, a five-tour Iraq War Marine, faces the crackedmirror of his own embattled soul; and Sissy, a recentconvert to Catholicism, must resist the lure of ruthlessself-judgment and …
 
Rob Ruck is a professor of history at the University of Pittsburgh. His documentaries include The Republic of Baseball: Dominican Giants of the American Game. He has written for the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, Salon, and other publications and is the author of Tropic of Football: The Remarkable and Bittersweet Rise…
 
Joseph Lease's critically acclaimed books of poetry include The Body Ghost (Coffee House Press, 2018), Testify (Coffee House Press, 2011), and Broken World (Coffee House Press, 2007). Lease’s poems "'Broken World' (For James Assatly)" and "Send My Roots Rain" were anthologized in Postmodern American Poetry: A Norton Anthology. "'Broken World' (For …
 
I'm the producer and host of the longest running poetry radio show in the United States: Out of Our Minds on KKUP. I co-founded Sun Yat-sen University's English-language Center for Creative Writing and headed a lecture series at the American Center of the United States Consulate of Guangzhou called "Literature of the Margins." I am the founder of t…
 
Javier O. Huerta is the author of American Copia and Some Clarifications y otros poemas, which received the 31st Chicano/Latino Literary Prize from UC Irvine. He studied in the Bilingual Creative Writing MFA Program at the University of Texas at El Paso. Currently he teaches at Chabot College in Hayward and lives in Berkeley, California.…
 
Hugo Esteban Rodríguez is a Mexican-American educator, writer, poet, and essayist hailing from Mexico and the Rio Grande Valley. He is the author of "...And Other Stories" (2018, La Casita Grande Editores) as well as numerous other short stories, poems, and essays that have appeared in places like The Airgonaut, The Acentos Review, Spirit's Tinctur…
 
The first reading at Tongo Eisen-Martin's Institute of Advanced Uncertainty featuring Mimi Gonzalez, Tongo Eisen-Martin, QR Hand, Lewis Jordan and Brian Auerbach. Originally recorded on May 8, 2018 in downtown San Francisco. Music featured: La Dame Blanche: Romantica, No Da Para Na y Cuba.بقلم Poetita
 
K.M. Rice is a national award-winning screenwriter and author who has worked for both Magic Leap and Weta Workshop. Her four-part Afterworld series launches with the first book, Ophelia.Her first novel, Darkling, is a young adult dark fantasy that now has a companion novel titled The Watcher. Her novella The Wild Frontier is an ode to the American …
 
SALINAS, CA FRIDAY, APRIL 13th -- On Friday the 13th at CSUMB’s City Center in downtown Salinas there will be a gathering of poets, Latinx poets to be exact - and although some people may consider this date a harbinger of maliciousness, we’re poets - so we revel in all things odd, dark and uncanny. Perhaps this gathering will be something like a wi…
 
Born in San Gabriel, CA, Jose-Luis Moctezuma is a Mexican-American poet, translator, and editor whose poetic and critical work has been published in Jacket2, Big Bridge, Chicago Review, MAKE Magazine,FlashPoint,Cerise Press, and elsewhere. His chapbook, Spring Tlaloc Seance, was published by Projective Industries in 2016. His manuscript, Place-Disc…
 
The show begins with Kimy Martinez, Bill Cozzini, and vocalist Lena Nelson read from their upcoming performance at Cinequest 2018. May-lee Chai is the author of eight books, including three novels, My Lucky Face, Dragon Chica, and Tiger Girl; two works of memoir, The Girl from Purple Mountain (co-authored with her father, Winberg Chai) and Hapa Gir…
 
As a poet and essayist, Richard Jeffrey Newman’s work explores the impact of feminism on his life as a man. As a co-translator of classical Persian poetry, he writes about the impact of that canon on our contemporary lives. He has published two books of poetry, Words for What Those Men Have Done (Guernica Editions 2017) and The Silence of Men (Cava…
 
RIShana Blake is a performance poet and author of "The Gifted Quiet," a collection of poems and performance words. She is the Pure LiT Poet leading workshops to illuminate the voice of new and emerging writers and educating teacher with her "Lost in Translation" bilingual poetry project that was developed during her AmeriCorps Literacy service year…
 
Erick Sáenz is a 1st generation Latinx from Los Angeles, currently living in San Jose. He was a contributing editor for the online place-based magazine Cheers from the Wasteland. In 2017 he started a poetry series called Saplings. In addition to several self-published chapbooks and zines, his work can be found at Entropy, Alien Mouth, Elderly Magaz…
 
Hannah Kezema is an east coast-born artist living in the Santa Cruz redwoods by the sea. She holds an MFA in Writing & Poetics from the Jack Kerouac School and a BA in Literature from The New School. Along with Angel Dominguez, she co-founded the performance art collaborative DREAM TIGERS (http://dreamtigering.tumblr.com). Her work appears or is fo…
 
Dustin Luke Nelson is an author and artist. His most recent book is the art and poetry collection "in the office hours of the polar vortex" (Robocup Press, 2016) and the chapbook "Abraham Lincoln" (Mondo Bummer, 2013). His poems have recently appeared in Best American Experimental Writing, Fence, The Nervous Breakdown, Paper Darts, Opium, and elsew…
 
Sokunthary was born in a refugee camp in Thailand shortly after her parents fled Cambodia after the fall of the Khmer Rouge regime. She grew up in the Bronx, NY. She is poetry editor for Newtown Literary, a founding member and Board President of the Cambodian American Literary Arts Association (CALAA), an adjunct lecturer at the City College of New…
 
Lisa Dominguez Abraham’s poems have appeared in journals such as Southern Review, North American Review and Poetry East. Her chapbook Low Notes was published by Red Wings Press, and her collection Mata Hari Blows a Kiss won the 2016 Swan Scythe Chapbook Contest. Originally from the bay area, she has lived for many years in Sacramento where she teac…
 
Jonathan Marcantoni co-owner of La Casita Grande Press La Casita Grande Editores, is stepping in to fill the void in Latino Literature for a house that is dedicated to experimental, innovative, genre-busting narratives in English and in Spanish, while providing international distribution and massive amounts of support to their writers.In 2015, A.B.…
 
Raoul Fernandes lives and writes in Vancouver, with his wife and two sons. His first collection of poems, Transmitter and Receiver (Nightwood Editions, 2015) won the Dorothy Livesay Award and the Debut-litzer Award for Poetry in 2016 and was a finalist for the Gerald Lampert Memorial Award and the Canadian Authors Association Award for Poetry. He h…
 
ALL THE AGENTS AND SAINTSDISPATCHES FROM THE U.S. BORDERLANDS University of North Carolina PressJuly 2017 After a decade of chasing stories around the globe, intrepid travel writer Stephanie Elizondo Griest followed the magnetic pull home–only to discover that her native South Texas had been radically transformed in her absence. Ravaged by drug war…
 
Angela Narciso Torres’s poetry collection, Blood Orange, won the Willow Books Literature Award for Poetry. Her work appears in Spoon River Poetry Review, Nimrod, Colorado Review, CimarrOn Review, Drunken Boat, and others. She is a graduate of Warren Wilson MFA Program and Harvard Graduate School of Education, Angela has received fellowships from Br…
 
Quicksilver Chronicles is a collection of short stories / vignettes that melt together to make a full-length book telling the story of life out in the middle of nowhere, San Benito County California. It is set in a 4-person suburb of the abandoned ghost town of New Idria and is home to a zaney cast of characters. Wood’s ability to tell a story, tur…
 
Erica Goss served as Poet Laureate of Los Gatos, California from 2013-2016. She was born in Germany and raised in California and has been writing poetry since she was a child. Her latest poetry collection, Night Court, {which we’re talking about tonight} won the 2016 Lyrebird Prize from Glass Lyre Press. She is the author of Wild Place (2012, Finis…
 
Ayaz Pirani was born in Musoma, Tanzania, to parents born in Kapsabet, Kenya, and Tanga, Tanzania. He grew up in Canada and studied Humanities and Writing at Collège Glendon in Toronto and Concordia University in Montreal. At Vermont College of Fine Arts, Pirani was a student of the late Jack Myers. HAPPY YOU ARE HERE (The Word Works, 2016) is his …
 
Alan Soldofsky directs the Creative Writing Program in the Department of English & Comparative Literature at San Jose State, and is the coordinator of the M.F.A. program in Creative Writing. He is the author of the poetry collection, In the Buddha Factory, from Truman State University Press. He is also co-editor with poet David Koehn of Compendium:…
 
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