RADAR Productions Presents: December Queer Reading Series featuring Maya Pindyck, Katherine Agard, Chloe Caldwell, Grace Rosario Perkins
Date(s) - 12/13/2016
5:45 pm - 7:30 pm
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Hosted by Juliana Delgado Lopera
Reading followed by artist Q&A and did we mention there will be cookies!?
SF Public Library Room: Latino/Hispanic (basement level)
Maya Pindyck is the author of Emoticoncert (Four Way Books), Friend Among Stones (New Rivers Press), and Locket, Master (Poetry Society of America Chapbook Fellowship Series). A multidisciplinary artist, she has received grants and fellowships in support of her work from the Historic House Trust of New York City’s Contemporary Art Partnerships Program, the Abortion Conversation Project, Squaw Valley Writers, and the Vermont Studio Center. Her poetry has been recently published in Waxwing, The Wide Shore, Painted Bride Quarterly, and The Feminist Wire. Currently a doctoral candidate at Columbia University’s Teachers College, Maya teaches at Parsons School of Design and Long Island University and facilitates youth writing workshops through Teachers & Writers Collaborative.
- Katherine Agard
Katherine Agard is a writer from Trinidad and Tobago currently based in California. Her writing has been supported by Lambda Literary, Kimbilio, Callaloo and VONA/Voices, the University of California – San Diego and Harvard University. She writes and performs her relationship to color – material, socio-cultural, spiritual – and the language which allows us to perceive it. You can find out more about her work at http://www.kmagard.com
Chloe Caldwell is the author of the novella Women and two essay collections Legs Get Led Astray and I’ll Tell You in Person. Her work has appeared in the Sun, Salon, Vice, Catapult, Hobart, Nylon, the Rumpus, Men’s Health, and Lenny, among others. She teaches personal essay and memoir writing in New York City and lives in Hudson, NY.
Based in Oakland CA but having spent most of her life moving between city centers, the Navajo Nation, and the Gila River Indian Community, Grace Rosario Perkins is interested in disassembling her personal narrative and reassembling it as one that layers words, objects, faces, and signifiers built from cultural dissonance, language, and history.
Grace is one of the core founders of Black Salt Collective, an all women of color art collective that is a recent SFMOMA SECA Award nominee, has had their collaborative work screened in six countries, and recently curated a 30+ artist show titled “Visions into Infinite Archives” at SOMArts in SF which received press from publications such as the SFChronicle, Dazed Magazine, KQED, and more.