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De-Canon: A Visibility Project

De-Canon presents A Literary Exhibition:
:: Three Poets in Conversation :: 

Stephanie Adams-Santos, Trevino Brings Plenty, Christopher Rose

Thursday, June 1st - 7PM - 9PM at UNA Gallery
 

Join us on First Thursday in June at UNA Gallery for a mini-preview of the De-Canon "pop-up library" on site for this event, as well as different works by literary artists.

PARTICIPANTS

Stephanie Adams-Santos is a Guatemalan-American writer, educator, and tarot reader. She is the author of Swarm Queen’s Crown (Fathom Books), and several chapbooks, including Little Fugues (Sola Books, 2015) and The Sundering (Poetry Society of America, 2009), which was selected by Linda Gregg as winner of the New York Chapbook Fellowship. Adams-Santos’ poems have appeared in many print and online journals and magazines, including Guernica Magazine, The Boston Review, and Orion. 

http://obscurobeach.com

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Trevino L. Brings Plenty is a poet and musician who lives, works, and writes in Portland, OR. He is singer/songwriter/guitarist for the musical ensemble Ballads of Larry Drake. He has read/performed his work at poetry festivals as far away as Amman, Jordan and close to his home base at Portland’s Wordstock Festival. He is the author of Wakpá Wanáǧi, Ghost River (2015) and Real Indian Junk Jewelry (2012).

http://www.trevinobringsplenty.com

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Christopher Rose is originally from Seattle by way of Subic Bay in the Philippines and San Diego, California. His work explores the intersection of the Filipino and Black Diasporas and he has poems published or forthcoming in Crabfat, Yellow Chair Review, Fjords Review, The Pariahs Anthology, Tayo Literary Magazine and The Hawaii Review. He teaches creative writing, composition, and literature at Portland Community College in Portland, Oregon.