We All Queer
a writing workshop and community conversation on why we all queer and how queerness saves the world!
Loud ‘n’ Unchained Theater company presents a series of writing workshops and open mic events centering Black, Indigenous and POC, Queer, Trans and Disabled writers and authors.
Presenters request that all participants wear masks while in the space.
November 11 6-8pm Open Mic Night (feat. chalchiuhkoatl with Natalia and music by DJ Pearl Marshall)
November 12 12-1:30pm Writing Workshop (feat. chalchiuhkoatl)
chalchiuhkoatl (they/them) is a two-spirit indigequeer of maaya, german, and danish heritage. parent, poet, and student of Indigenous agriculture and herbalism, they are a community bearthworker and abortion doula, medicine maker and visionary of hamaca nepantlera. they've most recently been weaving a webwork of two-spirit, queer, trans, nonbinary and gender expansive (2SQTNBGE) BIPoC farming kin at minowakiing. chalchi loves planting milpas, a traditional polyculture of their heritage, as well as medicinal gardens centering Indigenous plants of the bioregion. chalchi's recent poetry and song has focused on self-love, healing, and nurturing relation with their younger self. their fb page is "hamaca nepantlera," and they down for email, too: quetzallida [at] gmail.com
This event is part of the Ripple Project, a year-long series of free humanities programs focused on equity in the Dane County public libraries. Learn more at www.beyondthepage.info/ripple-project