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Hi there, Today I am so excited to be arts calling Andrea Deeken! About Andrea: Andrea Deeken was born in rural Missouri. Her writing has appeared in Beltway Poetry Quarterly, Beyond Queer Words, The Blue Mountain Review, Spoon River Poetry Review, Valley Voices, and elsewhere. Her awards include an Honorable Mention in the 2019 Spoon River Poetry Review Editors’ Prize Contest and second place in the 2020 Blue Mountain Review LGBTQ Chapbook Contest, among others. Her debut chapbook, Mother Kingdom, won the 2021 Slapering Hol Press Chapbook Competition and was a finalist in the Poetry: Chapbook Category of the 2022 International Book Awards. A former book editor, she has worked for the Multnomah County Library for fifteen years. She lives in Portland, Oregon with her wife and daughter. You can order a copy of Mother Kingdom through the Slapering Hol Press online bookstore. Use the code FREESHIP for free US shipping! Visit Andrea's website: andreadeeken.com. Twitter @drelo and Instagram @andrea.deeken.  Thanks for this inspiring conversation, Andrea! -- Arts Calling is produced by Jaime Alejandro at cruzfolio.com. If you like the show: consider reviewing the podcast and sharing it with those who love the arts, your support truly makes a difference! Check out cruzfolio.com for more podcasts about the arts and original content! Make art. Much love, j
Hi there, Today I am so happy to be arts calling Monica Cross! About Monica: Monica Cross studied English at New College of Florida (2006-2010), before going on to Mary Baldwin College (now Mary Baldwin University) where she earned her Master of Letters (2012) and M.F.A. (2013) in the Shakespeare and Performance graduate program.  She was a part of the first year of the MFA company model, and a founding member of Roving Shakespare.  She studied with Make Trouble in 2017, and has done choreography intensives with Intimacy Directors International and Neutral Chaos.    She has been the Playhouse Manager at the American Shakespeare Center, the Production Manager at Starlite Players, the Text Coach at the St. Petersburg Shakespeare Festival, and a Costume Designer for The Urbanite. From 2014-2019, she was the Production Manager and Technical Director of the Black Box Theater at New College of Florida, where she also taught courses in theatrical design. She has also taught at the University of South Florida St. Peterburg and Ringling College of Art and Design. Most recently, she has turned her attention towards playwriting. Her short plays have been produced in across the United States and online. Her one-act, Cyrano on the Moon, was produced at both the Tampa Fringe Festival and the Minnesota Fringe Festival. And her first full-length play, Wonder of Our Stage, was the winner of The Players New Play Festival in 2018 and produced as part of the Players Summer Sizzlers Series in 2019.  Her newest full-length play, The Aria of Julie d'Aubigny, the cross-dressing, sword-fighting, opera singer, wherein she seduces men and women alike, wins numerous duels, must be twice pardoned by the King, and eventually finds true love., was a semifinalist for both the O'Neill New Play Conference and the American Shakespeare Center's Shakespeare's New Contemporaries.    She was also the recipient of the 2019 John Ringling Towers Individual Artist Award for Performing Arts, and a Fellow at the Hermitage Artist Retreat 2019 Thanks for coming on the show, Monica! https://monicaatcross.wixsite.com/ https://twitter.com/theroaringgirl -- Arts Calling is produced by Jaime Alejandro at cruzfolio.com. If you like the show: consider reviewing the podcast and sharing it with those who love the arts, your support truly makes a difference! Check out cruzfolio.com for more podcasts about the arts and original content! Make art. Much love, j
Hi there, Let's get the show on the road! Today I am so excited to be arts calling Peter Clarke! About Peter: Peter Clarke is the author of the comic novels Politicians Are Superheroes (Pski's Porch Publishing, 2018) and The Singularity Survival Guide (Logos Literature, 2019). His short fiction has appeared in over 50 literary journals and his nonfiction has appeared in publications including Areo Magazine, The Humanist, The American Spectator, and Free Inquiry Magazine. He's the founding editor of Jokes Literary Review. Native to Port Angeles, Washington, he currently lives in Sacramento. Twitter: https://twitter.com/HeyPeterClarke For more information, visit: https://www.petermclarke.com/ Thank you so much for this wonderful conversation, Peter! -- Arts Calling is produced by Jaime Alejandro at cruzfolio.com. If you like the show: consider reviewing the podcast and sharing it with those who love the arts, your support truly makes a difference! Check out cruzfolio.com for more podcasts about the arts and original content! Make art. Much love, j
Hi there, Thrilled to be arts calling Taccara the Creator! About: Taccara Martin is the epitome of the term "multi-hyphenate." As a marketer, content creator, podcast editor/producer, and author, she has fallen in love with stories and their ability to connect people to each other. She wanted to create content that educated and inspired women through their healing journey, using her life and story as a template, along with the books written with her husband, Kenyon Martin. With a childhood upbringing in theatre and acting, she has endeavored to add script-writer and voice actress to her list of growing skills, as the writer and lead voice actress of Unmasked. About the Unmasked Podcast: Unmasked is an entertaining, scripted podcast where listeners will journey with Kenya as she tries to make sense of her career, love life, and her failures—through the lens of her therapist. Check it out here: https://unmasked.digital/ Visit Ask the Martins Relationship Coaching: https://askthemartins.com/ Taccara on Twitter: https://twitter.com/theunmaskedshow Thanks so much for this wonderful conversation, Taccara! All the best! -- Arts Calling is produced by Jaime Alejandro at cruzfolio.com. If you like the show: consider reviewing the podcast and sharing it with those who love the arts, your support truly makes a difference! Check out cruzfolio.com for more podcasts about the arts and original content! Make art. Much love, j
Hi there, Welcome! Today I am arts calling Kevin Carey! About Kevin: Kevin Carey is the Coordinator of Creative Writing at Salem State University. He has published five books – a chapbook of fiction, The Beach People from Red Bird Chapbooks (2014) and three books of poetry from Cavankerry Press, The One Fifteen to Penn Station (2012), Jesus Was a Homeboy (2016) and Set in Stone (2020) and a new crime novel Murder in the Marsh from Darkstroke Books. His one-act plays have been staged at The New Works Festival in Newburyport, MA and The New Hampshire Theater Project and his co-written screenplay Peter’s Song (with Ed Boyle) won Best Screenplay at the 2009 New Hampshire Film Festival and Best Drama at the Woods Hole Film Festival. Kevin’s full-length play, The Stand or Sal is Dead, premiered at the Actor’s Studio in Newburyport, MA in June of 2018. Kevin is also a documentary filmmaker. His latest co-produced film (with Mark Hillringhouse and music by RG Evans) Unburying Malcolm Miller premiered at the Mass Poetry Festival in 2017. His short fiction can be found in several literary journals, including his short story “Home for the Holidays” which appeared in the Spring 2011 issue of The Apple Valley Review and was included in the Best of the Net Anthology and selected as one of the story South Million Writers top ten online stories of 2011. The Apple Valley Review, Kevin was also a 7th-grade basketball coach for nineteen seasons before stepping down a couple of years ago. (Photo by Mark Hillringhouse). Visit Kevin's website, https://kevincareywriter.com, for updates and more projects! Purchase Kevin's novel, Murder in the Marsh, now on Amazon! Stop by Molecule, a Tiny Lit Mag! -- Arts Calling is produced by Jaime Alejandro at cruzfolio.com. If you like the show: consider reviewing the podcast and sharing it with those who love the arts, your support truly makes a difference! Check out cruzfolio.com for more podcasts about the arts and original content! Make art. Much love, j
Hi there, Thanks for stopping by! Today I am so thrilled to be arts calling Kellie Scott-Reed! About Kellie: Assistant editor in chief of Roi Fainéant Press: An enthusiast who can’t be bothered with the negative things to say. The tail to many comets, the starfish savior, the harbinger of partially good news. Brushes with fame but not famous. A songwriter, a poet, a short-story-at-work-when-I-should-be-doing-my-job-writer; I seek to live as many” truths” as one skin suit can without tearing at the seams. Justice is my hobby. She writes songs for the band Fivehead that can be found on iTunes or Spotify. You can find her work all round, scattered about. She is a very happy person, and therefore loves dark things. Stop by Roi Fainéant Press! https://www.roifaineantpress.com/ Visit YouTube for Kellie's interview series, "A Word?" Check out Kellie's latest short story at Synchronized Chaos, Bulletproof Glass Smeared with Grease. Kellie on Twitter @kelliescottreed Thanks for this inspiring conversation, Kellie! -- Arts Calling is produced by Jaime Alejandro at cruzfolio.com. If you like the show: consider reviewing the podcast and sharing it with those who love the arts, your support truly makes a difference! Check out cruzfolio.com for more podcasts about the arts and original content! Make art. Much love, j
Hi there, Let's get this thing started! Today I am arts calling Elaina Battista-Parsons! About: Elaina Battista-Parsons is a writer across genres. She also works as a reading coach for students with disabilities. Elaina loves ice cream, antiques, pop culture, and snow. Elaina’s poems and essays have been published by Backlash Press, Burnt Pine Magazine, Vine Leaves Press, and Read Furiously. She also has an upcoming YA novel with Inked in Gray Press. Elaina's website: https://elainawrites.com/ Italian Bones in the Snow: A Memoir in Shorts, out now! https://www.vineleavespress.com/italian-bones-in-the-snow-by-elaina-battista-parsons.html Twitter: https://twitter.com/BraveIrene77 Insta: https://www.instagram.com/e.battista77/ Thanks so much for stopping by, Elaina! Let's talk antiques next time! -- Arts Calling is produced by Jaime Alejandro at cruzfolio.com. If you like the show: consider reviewing the podcast and sharing it with those who love the arts, your support truly makes a difference! Check out cruzfolio.com for more podcasts about the arts and original content! Make art. Much love, j
Hi there and welcome! Today I'm delighted to be arts calling J. Simon Harris! About J: J. Simon Harris lives in Raleigh, North Carolina, with his wife Ashley, their son Luke, and their dogs Hallie and Lucy. In addition to literature and poetry, he loves science (and works as a scientist), videogames, movies, the outdoors, and most of all spending time with his family. He has translated poetry into English from Italian, Spanish, Ancient Greek, Old English, and Provencal. His translation of Dante's Inferno in terza rima is now available on the Amazon Store. He is currently working on a translation of Dante's Vita Nuova, and a translation of Homer's Iliad in hexameter verse (and of course, he's eager to start work on Purgatory). Much of his work, including translations and original poetry, is showcased on his blog (www.jsimonharris.com) Purchase the new translation of Dante's Inferno here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09X2686G5/ Lemnos, a novel, now available on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01M07II5P Purchase the Pablo Neruda translation by J! https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0848P6BN9 -- Arts Calling is produced by Jaime Alejandro at cruzfolio.com. If you like the show: consider reviewing the podcast and sharing it with those who love the arts, your support truly makes a difference! Check out cruzfolio.com for more podcasts about the arts and original content! Make art. Much love, j
Hi there, Today I am delighted to bring you this conversation: Today I am arts calling Richard Jeffrey Newman! About Richard: Poet. Literary co-translator. Essayist. Proud community college professor. Survivor of childhood sexual abuse. Curator, First Tuesdays reading series. As a poet and essayist, Richard Jeffrey Newman’s work is rooted in the impact of feminism on his life as a man. As a co-translator of classical Persian poetry, he writes about the impact of that canon on our contemporary lives. His own books of poetry are, most recently, Words for What Those Men Have Done, (Guernica Editions 2017) and For My Son, A Kind of Prayer (Ghostbird Press in 2016). CavanKerry Press published his first book, The Silence of Men, in 2006. His most recent book of translations is The Teller of Tales: Stories From Ferdowsi’s Shahnameh (Junction Press 2011). Newman is on the Board of Directors of Newtown Literary and curates the First Tuesdays reading series in Jackson Heights, NY. He is Professor of English and Creative Writing at Nassau Community College. After ten years of service to his union, he is once again focusing on his writing. His website is http://richardjnewman.com. Thank you so much for talking with me, Richard! (TW: Experiences of sexual abuse are briefly discussed in this episode). -- Arts Calling is produced by Jaime Alejandro at cruzfolio.com. If you like the show: consider reviewing the podcast and sharing it with those who love the arts, your support truly makes a difference! Check out cruzfolio.com for more podcasts about the arts and original content! Make art. Much love, j
Hi there, Let's get this podcasting this started! Today I am thrilled to be arts calling Eli Godfrey! Eli is a writer and voice actor based in Los Angeles. https://www.eligodfrey.com/ https://www.imdb.com/name/nm3229378/ Eli’s poetry collection, Imagine a World, now on Amazon! https://www.amazon.com/Imagine-World-Poems-about-dictators-ebook/dp/B09RZX9GZJ Thanks for coming on the show! -- Arts Calling is produced by Jaime Alejandro at cruzfolio.com. If you like the show: consider reviewing the podcast and sharing it with those who love the arts, your support truly makes a difference! Check out cruzfolio.com for more podcasts about the arts and original content! Make art. Much love, j
Hi there, National Poetry Month may have ended, but we have a handful more episodes with poets this May! Today I'm so excited to be arts calling Shaine Greenwood, our first ever repeat guest! About Shaine: Shaine Greenwood is a Seattle-based writer, artist, and weirdo. He writes poetry, sci-fi, and literary fiction with a focus on people and what makes them tick. You can find his work here: youaremuted.com Check out The Aether, now on Amazon! Also, here's Shaine's poetry collection, Faces. Thanks so much for taking the time to chat Shaine, what a blast! Arts Calling is produced by Jaime Alejandro at cruzfolio.com. If you like the show: consider reviewing the podcast and sharing it with those who love the arts, your support truly makes a difference! Check out cruzfolio.com for more podcasts about the arts and original content! Make art. Much love, j
Hi there, National Poetry Month may have ended, but we have a handful more episodes with poets this May! Today I am thrilled to be arts calling Lynne Jensen Lampe! About Lynne: She inherited a wooden bowl, her grandpa’s pipe, and a bug saved since 1944 when her mother, only 10, had something stuck in her ear. Tethers to the past still waiting for their poem. But her dad’s Smith Corona typewriter? Her mother’s mental illness? Already on the page. Lynne Jensen Lampe writes poetry about family, mental illness, and societal expectations. Following and breaking rules. Stigma. Soon after Lynne was born, her mother was diagnosed with schizophrenia and sent from the air base in Newfoundland to a hospital in Florida, the first of many such separations. Lynne’s poems appear in Yemassee, Anti-Heroin Chic, The American Journal of Poetry, Rock & Sling, Small Orange, LIT Magazine, and elsewhere. Her chapbook about mother-daughter relationships and mental illness, Talk Smack to a Hurricane, is forthcoming from Ice Floe Press in 2022. She is a Best of the Net nominee, and her poem “Stirring the Ashes” was a finalist for the 2020 Red Wheelbarrow Poetry Prize. When not writing, Lynne edits academic books, research journals, and YA novels. She lives in mid-Missouri with her musician husband and a friendly number of dust bunnies. Visit her website for publications and the latest updates! https://lynnejensenlampe.com/ Thanks for coming on the show, Lynne! -- Arts Calling is produced by Jaime Alejandro at cruzfolio.com. If you like the show: consider reviewing the podcast and sharing it with those who love the arts, your support truly makes a difference! Check out cruzfolio.com for more podcasts about the arts and original content! Make art. Much love, j
Hi there, National Poetry Month may have ended, but we have a handful more episodes with poets this May! Today I am thrilled to be arts calling Anindita Sengupta! About: Anindita Sengupta is the author of Only the Forest Knows (Paperwall, forthcoming), Walk Like Monsters (Paperwall, 2016), and City of Water (Sahitya Akademi, 2010). Her poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in several anthologies and in journals such as Plume, 580 Split, per happened, Feral, One and Breakwater Review. She has received fellowships / awards from the Charles Wallace Trust India, the International Reporting Project, TFA India and Muse India. Her journalistic articles have appeared in The Guardian, UK, and many Indian publications. She was founder-editor of Ultraviolet.in, a webzine for young Indian feminists. With over two decades of experience in writing, journalism and communications management, she has worked for non-profits such as Gender at Work, Samuha India and Fida International. She is from Mumbai, India, and currently lives in Los Angeles, CA. Visit aninditasengupta.com for the latest publications! Thanks for coming on the show, Anindita! -- Arts Calling is produced by Jaime Alejandro at cruzfolio.com. If you like the show: consider reviewing the podcast and sharing it with those who love the arts, your support truly makes a difference! Check out cruzfolio.com for more podcasts about the arts and original content! Make art. Much love, j
Hi there, National Poetry Month continues! Today I am so happy to be arts calling Jennifer Schomburg Kanke! About: Jennifer Schomburg Kanke is a writer and editor living in Tallahassee, Florida. She is the author of the chapbook of micropoems Fine, Considering (Rinky Dink Press, 2019) about her experiences undergoing chemotherapy for ovarian cancer; the winner of the Science Fiction Poetry Association’s annual contest in 2013 for the under 10 line category; and has been nominated for both the Pushcart and the Best of the Net. Her work has appeared in Massachusetts Review, Salamander, New Ohio Review, Prairie Schooner, Pleiades, Nimrod, and other journals. She is also an active member in the Poetry Witch Community, helping publicize Annie Finch’s course offerings and serving as instructional support for a self-paced course in metrical poetry. She was previously Reviews Editor at Pleiades, Poetry Editor for the Southeast Review, an editor at Quarter After Eight and a reader for Emrys. She has a PhD from Florida State University and multiple degrees (MA, MEd, and BSEd) from Ohio University. Her current writing projects include a novel-in-verse about Appalachian Ohio from the 1930s to the early 2000s and a fictional memoir written by entraining to William Wordsworth’s “The Prelude.” Her writing often covers topics related to socioeconomic class, C-PTSD, Appalachia, and the environment. She blogs sporadically (typically about new NSA cookie recipes she’s developing) at https://lightmeridian.wordpress.com. If you’d like to contact her about her writing, you can find her on Twitter @JSK1975. For Jennifer's latest publications, visit: http://www.jenniferschomburgkanke.com Thanks for coming on the show, Jennifer! -- Arts Calling is produced by Jaime Alejandro at cruzfolio.com. If you like the show: consider reviewing the podcast and sharing it with those who love the arts, your support truly makes a difference! Check out cruzfolio.com for more podcasts about the arts and original content! Make art. Much love, j
Hi there, National Poetry Month Extravaganza continues! Today I am arts calling Jared Beloff! About: Jared Beloff earned degrees at Rutgers University (BA in English) Johns Hopkins University (MA in English Literature, specializing in the novel and Romantic/18th Century Literature). Jared has been an adjunct professor at Queensborough Community College, an English teacher and a teacher mentor in NYC public schools for 15 years. Jared is currently a peer reviewer for The Whale Road Review. His poetry can be found in Contrary Magazine, Barren Magazine, KGB Bar Lit, The Shore, Rise Up Review, Bending Genres and elsewhere. His work has been nominated for Best of the Net. He lives with his wife and two daughters in Queens, NY. www.jaredbeloff.com Click to purchase Marvelous Verses today!! For Jared's latest publications online, visit: https://www.jaredbeloff.com/publications Twitter: https://twitter.com/Read_Instead Thanks for coming on the show, Jared! -- Arts Calling is produced by Jaime Alejandro at cruzfolio.com. If you like the show: consider reviewing the podcast and sharing it with those who love the arts, your support truly makes a difference! Check out cruzfolio.com for more podcasts about the arts and original content! Make art. Much love, j
Hi there, Hope you're having an excellent National Poetry Month! Today I am thrilled to be arts calling Beth Gordon! About: Beth Gordon is a poet, mother and grandmother currently living in Asheville, NC. Her poems have been nominated for Best of the Net, Pushcart and the Orison Anthology. She is the author of two chapbooks: Morning Walk with Dead Possum, Breakfast and Parallel Universe (Animal Heart Press) and Particularly Dangerous Situation (Clare Songbird Publishing). She is Managing Editor of Feral, Assistant Editor of Animal Heart Press and Poetry Editor of Gone Lawn. Stop by bethgordonpoetry.com for more information! The Water Cycle, Beth's latest collection, is out now! Purchase here: https://variantlit.com/product/the-water-cycle/ Thanks for coming on the show, Beth! -- Arts Calling is produced by Jaime Alejandro at cruzfolio.com. If you like the show: consider reviewing the podcast and sharing it with those who love the arts, your support truly makes a difference! Check out cruzfolio.com for more podcasts about the arts and original content! Make art. Much love, j
Hi there, National Poetry Month Extravaganza rolls on and on! Today I am so excited to be arts calling Lannie Stabile! About: Lannie Stabile (she/her), a queer Detroiter, is the winner of OutWrite’s 2020 Chapbook Competition in Poetry and a back-to-back semifinalist for the Button Poetry Chapbook Contest. Lannie was also named a 2020 Best of the Net finalist. Her debut poetry full-length, Good Morning to Everyone Except Men Who Name Their Dogs Zeus, was published in 2021 by Cephalopress. In 2022, look out for her fiction debut, Something Dead in Everything (ELJ Editions). Find her on Twitter @LannieStabile or @NotALitMag, where she throws random writing contests and open mics. Lannie on Twitter: https://twitter.com/LannieStabile For updates and recent poetry, stop by here: https://lanniestabile.com/ Something Dead in Everything, her debut fiction collection, is available for pre-order through . It has queer ghosts, murderous hamsters, and hungry geese! @EmergeJournal https://elj-editions.com/book-store/ Thanks for coming on the show, Lannie! All the best! -- Arts Calling is produced by Jaime Alejandro at cruzfolio.com. If you like the show: consider reviewing the podcast and sharing it with those who love the arts, your support truly makes a difference! Check out cruzfolio.com for more podcasts about the arts and original content! Make art. Much love, j
Hi there, National Poetry Extravaganza continues! Today I'm excited to be arts calling Lauren Theresa! About: Lauren Theresa is a divergent poet, herbalist, trauma therapist, and Hekatean witch living in NJ with her tiny family and menagerie of plants. She moonlights as Poetry Editor with the awesome folks at Olney Magazine, and is the author of the forthcoming chapbook LOST THINGS (Bullshit Lit August '22). Lauren’s work has been featured in HAD, Maudlin House, Rejection Letters, Gutslut Press, Tiny Wren, Warning Lines, Daily Drunk Mag, that one awkward family gathering, and more. Twitter: https://twitter.com/ImLaurenTheresa Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/imlaurentheresa Thanks for coming on the show, Lauren! -- Arts Calling is produced by Jaime Alejandro at cruzfolio.com. If you like the show: consider reviewing the podcast and sharing it with those who love the arts, your support truly makes a difference! Check out cruzfolio.com for more podcasts about the arts and original content! Make art. Much love, j
Hi there, National Poetry Month Extravaganza is rolling along! Today I'm overjoyed to be arts calling Susan Nguyen! About Susan: Susan Nguyen's debut poetry collection, Dear Diaspora, won the 2020 Prairie Schooner Book Prize in Poetry and was published by the University of Nebraska Press in Sept 2021. She has been the Senior Editor at _Hayden's Ferry Review _since the end of 2021. Nguyen's poetry is often interested in the body: how geography, history, and trauma leave markers, both visible and invisible. Her poems have been nominated for Best of the Net and a Pushcart Prize and have appeared or are forthcoming in The Rumpus, Tin House, Diagram, and elsewhere. She is an alum of Tin House Winter & Summer Workshops and Idyllwild Writers Week. Her hobbies, beyond reading and writing, include photography, zinemaking, hiking, and otherwise being outdoors. Nguyen received her BA in English from Virginia Tech and her MFA in poetry from Arizona State University where she was the poetry editor for Hayden's Ferry Review. She has taught creative writing at ASU and the National University of Singapore. She is the recipient of multiple fellowships from the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing, including one that enabled her to conduct an oral history project centered on the Vietnamese diaspora. She was named one of "three women poets to watch in 2018" by PBS NewsHour. Visit Susan's website for more information: https://susanpoet.com/ Check out Susan's amazing readings and recent publications here: https://linktr.ee/sanguyen Purchase DEAR DIASPORA today! poetry books from University of Nebraska Press are 50% off until April 29th! Use this code for your discount: 6PM22 https://www.nebraskapress.unl.edu/nebraska/9781496227904/ Thanks for coming on the show, Susan! -- Arts Calling is produced by Jaime Alejandro at cruzfolio.com. If you like the show: consider reviewing the podcast and sharing it with those who love the arts, your support truly makes a difference! Check out cruzfolio.com for more podcasts about the arts and original content! Make art. Much love, j
Hi there, National Poetry Month goes on and on! So thrilled to be arts calling Saúl Hernández today! About Saúl: Saúl Hernández is a queer writer from San Antonio, TX who was raised by undocumented parents. Saúl has an MFA in Creative Writing from The University of Texas at El Paso. He's the winner of the Two Sylvias Press Chapbook Prize 2021 chosen by Victoria Chang. He's a finalist for Palette Poetry 2020 Spotlight Award. Also, a finalist for the 2019 Submerging Writer Fellowship, Fear No Lit; semi-finalists for the 2018 Francine Ringold Award for New Writers_, Nimrod Literary Journal. His poems have been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and Best of The Net. Saúl’s work is forthcoming/featured in _Frontier Poetry, Poet Lore, Foglifter Journal, Oyster River Pages, Cherry Tree, Atlanta Review, Quarterly West, PANK Magazine, Pidgeonholes, The Acentos Review, Cosmonauts Avenue, Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review, The Normal School, Rio Grande Review, and Adelaid Literary Magazine. He's participated in MACONDO and Tin House Workshops. He currently lives in San Antonio, TX. https://www.saulhernandez.net/ https://www.instagram.com/el_saulhernandez/ https://twitter.com/el_saulhdez -- Arts Calling is produced by Jaime Alejandro at cruzfolio.com. If you like the show: consider reviewing the podcast and sharing it with those who love the arts, your support truly makes a difference! Check out cruzfolio.com for more podcasts about the arts and original content! Make art. Much love, j
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