Maracuya Peach # 7
Join us in the Zoomiverse for the return of Maracuyá Peach, a series for and by queer and trans people of color. This time, we're bringing you something special, something savory, something sweet, TV Dinner! A virtual poetry filled conversation and feast featuring Tara Jayakar & Jan-Henry Gray.
ABOUT THE POETS
Tara Jayakar is the founder of Raptor Editing & Press. She works in web and content editing and lives in Brooklyn.
Jan-Henry Gray is the author of Documents (BOA Editions) and Selected Emails (spect Books). An Undocupoets and Kundiman Fellow, Jan is an ex-chef and current Visiting Assistant Professor at Adelphi University.
ABOUT MARACUYÁ PEACH
Maracuyá Peach was one of the popsicle flavors dreamed by poet Ximena Izquierdo Ugaz's father after waking from a coma. From this imagined combination comes a juicy new poetry series created by Ximena Alejandra Izquierdo Ugaz and Danilo Machado.
The series, currently curated by Danilo Machado and Devyn Mañibo, is by and for queer and trans poets of color working across media, languages, and diasporas, embracing the bilingual, the fruity, and the sticky.
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