As the concluding event of their Mazza Writer in Residence week with The Poetry Center, Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta will stage an original performance, in collaboration with Kyle Parker, at San Francisco's "bookstore in the hub," The Green Arcade. Supported by a grant from the Sam Mazza Foundation, this event is free and open to the public. Please do join us!
A Nicaraguan Californian via Mexico raised both in Huntington Park and Highland Park neighborhoods of Los Angeles, Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta lives in a rent controlled apartment in the Mission District of San Francisco. An artist, writer, reproductive justice activist, patient advocate, and lapsed full spectrum doula who supports themself through working at a neighborhood cafe and cleaning houses, Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta’s work attempts, as fellow poet Lauren Levin writes, to “include direct revolutionary action, up to and including revolutionary violence, as part of a continuum of care, and their use of this redefinition of care-work to rethink gendered paradigms.” Their first book, The Easy Body, was published by Oakland queer art & publishing collective Timeless, Infinite Light in 2017. Photo: Dickie Bahto.
Kyle Parker grew up in California's San Gabriel Valley and has performed music as Infinite Body since 2007. He currently lives in Big Sur, folding laundry and cleaning bathrooms at a retreat center known as the birthplace of the human potential movement.
Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta and Daisy Zamora
reading and in conversation
Thursday OCT 4
7:00pm @ The Poetry Center
HUM 512, SFSU, free and open to the public
supported by the Sam Mazza Foundation
VIDEOS: Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta appeared at The Poetry Center last September, 2017, reading new work and poems from The Easy Body, and sharing the stage for a remarkable evening with Douglas Kearney.
Full program video: Douglas Kearney and Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta: September 21, 2017