VISUAL ART GALLERY

PUBLICATIONS

• Winner of the 1913 First Book Prize by John Keene

• Nominated for a Pushcart Prize by Debra Di Blasi 

TWO IF BY SEA Journal

Two If By Sea

TEXT, SOUND,
& VISUAL ART

Volume One Online Edition

PROJECTS 

FALL & WINTER COLLABORATIONS

Rocío Cerón

Postponed

I will be collaborating with Mexican Poet, Rocío Cerón through a hybrid interview, sound and written works. Upcoming Fall 2020.

We are in the process of laying out Volume One Print Edition of our new journal: TWO IF BY SEA, a journal of text, sound, and visual art that  welcomes work of a fantastical nature and those that call out how water bodies have been the location of displacement, environmental injustice, racism, and ecological disaster.

TWO IF BY SEA Print Edition

LA River X

I will be curating a week-long gallery show of textual and visual works in collaboration with LA Artists about the Los Angeles River through LA RiverX, and creating another week's worth of my own visual and textual work.  Upcoming Fall 2020 and Spring 2021.

PAST PROJECTS & APPEARANCES

20

FEB

Poetry published in Space Craft Projects journal. The work is an experimental translation of  "Carmina Burana" by the Arch Poet, that writes through the original work. It is part of a larger collection of poems. 

11

APR

Women's Center For Creative Work at 7:30, with Frankie Norstad, 

Amina Cain, & Adrienne Walser. The reading series is titled UNSCHOOLING & is curated by Nina Rota & Sara Finnerty. See you there!

31

AUG

Come out to Pop-Hop Books to hear me read from my upcoming book, x/she: stardraped, as part of the Sumarr Reading Series, and will be reading along with writers, Vanessa Villarreal, Sara Wintz, and Evan Kleecamp, and musician, Laurelin Kruse. 

21

SEPT

8

NOV

I'll be reading from my upcoming book, x/she: stardraped, for the stay lit reading series at Artworks Pasadena. Other readers include Ani Raya Flores, Rima Anosa, Stephen van Dyck, and Sara Finnerty Turgeon. 

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