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Sea-Witch book tour: Moss Angel/ Colette/ Raquel/ Prairie/ Barry
Join Moss Angel Witchmonstr on her only Philadelphia stop as she tours in support of her phenomenal new book, Sea-Witch v.1 (May She Lay Us Waste). She’ll be joined by Colette Arrand, who also has a new book, Hold Me Gorilla Monsoon. Three other trans writers – Raquel Salas Rivera, Prairie M. Faul, and Barry Grass – will be reading,
Doors at 7pm, readings at 8pm.
50¢ pierogi from noon – 10pm
Half off all drafts 5-7 & 10-11pm
Moss Angel is a trans writer, artist, sorceress and musician living in Oregon. She is author of four books, most recently Sea-Witch v.1.
Colette Arrand is a transsexual poet from Detroit, Michigan. She is the founding editor of The Wanderer and the author of HOLD ME GORILLA MONSOON, which was released in 2017.
Raquel Salas Rivera ha publicado poemas y ensayos en numerosas revistas y antologías. En el 2011, publicó su primer libro, Caneca de anhelos turbios, con Editora Educación Emergente. En el 2016, publicó su segundo libro, oropel/tinsel, con Lark Books & Writing Studio, y su tercer librohuequitos/holies con La Impresora. Actualmente es editorx contribuyente para The Wanderer. Si para Roque Dalton no existe revolución sin poesía, para Raquel no existe poesía sin Puerto Rico.
Raquel Salas Rivera has published poetry and essays in numerous anthologies and journals. In 2011, their first book, Caneca de anhelos turbios, was published by Editora Educación Emergente. In 2016, their chapbook, oropel/tinsel, was published by Lark Books & Writing Studio, and their chapbook huequitos/holies was published by La Impresora. Currently, they are a Contributing Editor at The Wanderer. If for Roque Dalton there is no revolution without poetry, for Raquel there is no poetry without Puerto Rico.
Prairie M. Faul is a Cajun poet and flagrant transsexual currently writing and writhing in New Orleans. She is the author of Burnt Sugarcane (GloWorm 2017).
Barry Grass is a trans writer and the Nonfiction Editor for Sundog Lit. They are originally from Kansas City, got their MFA in Tuscaloosa, and now lives & teaches writing in Philadelphia. Their essays appear in The Normal School, BOAAT, Bedfellows, Hobart, and Sonora Review, among other publications. Check out their tweets about pro wrestling and leftist politics at @thebgrass.