WITH LOVE: A Queer/Trans Poetry Reading
@ Pilsen Community Books
1102 W 18th St, Chicago, IL 60608
Opening Wednesday, September 5th, from 7PM - 8PM
Pilsen Community Books hosts WITH LOVE: A Queer/Trans Poetry Reading
Noah Fields ~ with (ghost city press)
Doe Parker ~ the good house & the bad house (recenter press)
STEFANIA GOMEZ [https://theoffingmag.com/micro/two-micros-stefania-gomez/] is a writer, radio producer, and teaching artist from Chicago’s South Side. She serves as prose reader for Anomaly and the Adroit Journal. Her work has appeared in in Bluestockings Magazine, the Offing, and the Missouri Review.
NOA/H FIELDS [https://noahfields.bigcartel.com/] is a genderqueer poet, musician, and performance artist originally from SoCal. They are a graduate of Brown University’s programs in Literary Arts and Gender/Sexuality Studies. You can read their work in Anomaly/Drunken Boat, Electronic Beats, Impossible Archetype, Ghost City Press, Cultplastic, Scapi Mag, and elsewhere.
DOE PARKER [http://www.recenterpress.com/store/p8/thegoodhouseandthebadhouse] is a trans poet/essayist from the Bay Area currently based out of Chicago. He has a B.A. in poetry from Columbia College Chicago, and has work published or forthcoming in Callosum Magazine, EOAGH and others. His book, “the good house & the bad house,” came out from Recenter Press in April and he’s working on a new manuscript. You can keep up with him on Instagram @doe.parker
JESS RANARD is a “lesbian heterosexual” who is bringing back 4 loko, flared pants, and Lisa frank. She drank too much milk as a child, and sometimes writes poems about it. She loves Halloween, most dogs, & most lesbians. Read her work, follow her on twitter (@flunkdayqueen), and tell her about your last purchase at Walgreens.
MICA WOODS [http://wandererpoetry.com/dont-ever-play-poetry-mica-woods/] is a radical sentimentalist and porchrat mom. their work is one collective love song to their friends & family, and some of that work is available at Requited, The Wanderer, Juked, Palimpsest, DIAGRAM, and hopefully soon her grandmother’s coffee table. we’ll see.
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