Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Grace Lapointe

Image: Grace, a young, white woman with light brown hair and glasses. leaning against a wall in a blue, floral-print dress.

Pronouns:  She/her

Genres and fields of work:  Fiction, essays, poetry, photography, music, theater, and podcasts.

Her website (click here) lists her publications and more.

Find her work on:
Book Riot

Social Media:
Facebook (click to go)
Twitter - @glapointewriter
Instagram (click to go)

Biography:  Grace Lapointe is a frequent Book Riot contributor.  Her fiction has been published in Kaleidoscope, Deaf Poets Society, and Mobius: The Journal of Social Change. Her essays have appeared in Wordgathering, Grub Street’s Why I Write series, The Body is not an Apology, and on Monstering’s blog. A poem was recently published in Wordgathering. Her stories and essays—including ones that she wrote as a college student—have been taught and cited in college courses and books. She has cerebral palsy.

Friday, November 22, 2019

F.I. Goldhaber

Pronouns:  They/them

Genres and fields of work:  Poetry, fiction, personal essays, editorial opinion, local readings, and radio/podcast appearances.

Their website (click here) has their books, media appearances, press releases, and more.

Social Media:
Facebook (click to go)
Twitter - @PNWwriting

Biography:  F.I. Goldhaber's words capture people, places, and politics with a photographer's eye and a poet's soul. As a reporter, editor, business writer, and marketing communications consultant, they produced news stories, feature articles, editorial columns, and reviews for newspapers, corporations, governments, and non-profits in five states. Now paper, electronic, and audio magazines, books, newspapers, calendars, and street signs display their poetry, fiction, and essays. More than 100 of their poems appear in sixty plus publications and dozens of publishers feature their fiction and non-fiction prose. In addition, F.I. shares their words throughout the Pacific Northwest and on the radio. They appeared at venues such as Wordstock, Oregon Literary Review, galleries, coffee shops, bars, bookstores, libraries, and community colleges.

Monday, November 18, 2019

Su Zi

Description:  A woman with mid-length, purple hair sits on a denim couch.   She is wearing a black skirt and tank top with a wide, black belt.  One arm is raised and holding a cellphone while the other sits on a studded purse.  

Pronouns:  She/her

Genres and fields of work:  Poetry/prose and pottery/printing/painting. She is the editor of Red Mare Books.

Pink House (her Etsy store) has paintings, clothes, pottery, and more.
*Click here to go there.

Social media (contact):  
Twitter - @xsuzi00

Books (clickable titles):

Transgression In Motion (Breaking Rules)
Chirp (Hysterical Books)
Lit (Jammin)
Tropical Depression (Outlandish Press)
Sister Woman
Building Community: The Gypsy Art Show Essays
Three Days
Solstice Epistles
Pillar of Salt
The Tissue of Language *Unable to purchase*

Biography (first person): Poet/painter/writer/artist. Horsekeeper. Editor of Red Mare poetry chapbook series. Second generation eco-feminist. Former teacher. My spoons tend to sometimes be antique, might be tarnished, and it’s difficult to keep them counted.

Sunday, November 3, 2019

Welcome to the List!

This is a new space, but I'm hoping it's a busy one.  If anyone has any suggestions on how to improve it, feel free to contact me.

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