July 31, 8:30am - 10:00am PDT. Hosted at Your Cozy Corner
part of a series on Underdog
About the speaker
Arisa White is a Cave Canem fellow and the author of the full-length poetry collections You’re the Most Beautiful Thing That Happened, A Penny Saved, and Hurrah’s Nest. Her poetry has been nominated for a Lambda Literary Award, NAACP Image Award, California Book Award, and Wheatley Book Award. The chapbook “Fish Walking” & Other Bedtime Stories for My Wife won the inaugural Per Diem Poetry Prize. She’s the co-author of Biddy Mason Speaks Up, the second book in the Fighting for Justice series for young readers, which received a Maine Literary Award, Nautilus Book Award, and an Independent Publishers Award. Forthcoming in 2021 from Augury Books is her poetic memoir, Who’s Your Daddy. As the creator of the Beautiful Things Project, Arisa curates poetic collaborations that center narratives of queer people of color. She serves on the board of directors for Foglifter and Nomadic Press and is an assistant professor of creative writing at Colby College.
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This event will be stream via Zoom.
Your Cozy Corner
San Francisco, California United States
July 31, 2020
8:30am - 10:00am