Loading…
This event has ended. Create your own event → Check it out
This event has ended. Create your own
View analytic
Saturday, October 15 • 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Kundiman Presents THE UNSETTLED BODY

Sign up or log in to save this to your schedule and see who's attending!

Join a stellar lineup of Kundiman fellows, exploring the uncanny through poetry and literature unsettling the formal structures of body and notions of family, lineage, and space.

Participants
avatar for Jason Bayani

Jason Bayani

Jason Bayani is a graduate of Saint Mary’s MFA program in Creative Writing. He is a Kundiman fellow and a veteran of the National Poetry Slam scene whose work has been published in Fourteen Hills, Muzzle Magazine, Mascara Review, the National Poetry Slam anthology, Rattapallax, Write Bloody’s classroom anthology–– Learn Then Burn, and other publications. As a member of 7 National Poetry Slam teams... Read More →
avatar for Dan Lau

Dan Lau

Dan Lau is a recipient of a Kundiman Fellowship, a William Dickey Fellowship, an Archie D. and Bertha Walker Scholarship from the FAWC in Provincetown, and an Individual Artist Commission from the San Francisco Arts Commission. He holds degrees from Hunter College of The City University of New York and San Francisco State University. His poem have appeared in Generations, Cape Cod Review, CRATE, Gesture, RHINO, The Collagist.
avatar for Muriel Leung

Muriel Leung

Muriel Leung is from Queens, NY. Her writing can be found or is forthcoming in The Collagist, Fairy Tale Review, Ghost Proposal, Jellyfish Magazine, inter|rupture, and others. She is a recipient of a Kundiman fellowship and is a regular contributor to The Blood-Jet Writing Hour poetry podcast. She is also a Poetry Co-editor of Apogee Journal. Currently, she is pursuing her PhD in Creative Writing and Literature at University of Southern... Read More →
avatar for Bel Poblador

Bel Poblador

Bel Poblador is a Los Angeles born writer who lives and creates in San Francisco. She received her Writing MFA from CalArts and is Managing Editor at TAYO Literary Magazine. Bel is a rock that holds the ocean.
avatar for Melissa Sipin

Melissa Sipin

Lecturer, CSUMB
Nicknamed "small but terrible" by her lola, Melissa R. Sipin was born and raised in Carson, CA. She won Glimmer Train's Fiction Open and the Washington Square Review's Flash Fiction Prize, and co-edited Kuwento: Lost Things (Carayan Press 2014). Her work is in Guernica Magazine, VIDA: Women in Literary Arts, Eleven Eleven Magazine, and PEN American Center, among others. She cofounded and is editor-in-chief of TAYO Literary Magazine, and her... Read More →
avatar for Jane Wong

Jane Wong

Jane Wong won the American Poetry Review's Stanley Kunitz Memorial Prize for her poem “I Put on My Fur Coat.”


Saturday October 15, 2016 6:00pm - 7:00pm
18 Reasons 3674 18th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

Attendees (17)