You can find her on Twitter, Instagram and Patreon being all black and trans and girl and Randi M. She has worked in a variety of fields, including the actual fields.
The last 30 years she has worked for social justice.
Through the lens of intimate relationships, she investigates the dynamic associated with identity, family, civil rights, social responsibility and popular culture.
This 12-piece, limited-edition box set features the work of 11 new poets, including the chapbooks, by Monica A. Her untimely death at the zenith of her career lends the last few poems, which anticipate death, a special fullness and poignancy.”by Simone Savannah. She is currently a Ph D student in Creative Writing at the University of Kansas developing her interests in sexuality, Modern and Contemporary women’s poetry, and African American literature. Chang says, “wanted to explore my proximity to violence and whiteness and historical trauma, and to write towards safety in all its personal and collective forms.
Romo co-founded CAR, an LGBTQ rights organization based in Little Rock that she led for 11 years. She jokes that at age 60 she is living life backwards; the struggling artist/writer tending bar in order to Luther Hughes (January 30, ).
Danez Smith says, “I trust Luther Hughes with the body.
Here is what Rankine says about the chapbook: “‘Let’s deflate something that we can all agree is / monstrous, and take its air inside us,’ writes Xandria Phillips in ‘Elegy for the Living and Breathing.’ A decolonization of space and self is made physical in this stunning, textured, and ambitious collection of poems.
This work positions snapshots of contemporary black, queer selfhood against an embodied historical backdrop in order to trace the tolls and infringements of white dominant structures and embedded historical violence upon the body.