“Sex & Body Politics: A conversation with LGBTQIA+ Black and POC Folks,” is a panel where there are no rules or norms to follow. Panelists are free to say what they want about sex and the body without censorship. This is a conversation where BIPOC LGBTQIA+ writers will share how sex & body politics manifests in their writing.
Author Bios (from photo left to right, top to bottom)
KOKUMO, The Queen of Queer Soul is a legendary, award-winning musician, poet and activist.
Nahshon D. Anderson is a creative non-fiction writer from Altadena, California and is author of forthcoming memoir titled 'Shooting Range'.
Kenyon Farrow is a writer and activist, splitting his time between NYC and his hometown, Cleveland, OH.
Brontez Purnell is a 2018 Whiting Award recipient for Fiction- his work weaves sustained narratives of sex and desperation punctuated with triumph.
Randa Jarrar is the author of the forthcoming memoir 'Love Is An Ex-Country', the novel 'A Map of Home,' and the collection of stories 'Him, Me, Muhammad Ali.'