Stine An & Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta

“—so let’s sing against / our very own love languages / and transform ourselves into a fire” writes Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta. Stine An and Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta’s poems are enactments of many ecstatic feminist subversions with the undeniable energy of a revolutionary pop song or a teenage driver with their crush on a mission.

Stine Su Yon An (안수연) is a poet, literary translator, and performer based in New York City. Her poetry and translations have appeared in FENCEBest American Experimental Writing (BAX) 2018Electric LiteratureThe Black Warrior ReviewWorld Literature Today, and elsewhere. She holds an MFA in Literary Arts from Brown University and is the recipient of fellowships from the Vermont Studio Center, the Corporation of Yaddo, and the American Literary Translators Association. Her interdisciplinary work explores diasporic poetics, experimental translation, K-pop, and virtual performance. You can find her online @gregorspamsa.

Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta is a queer anarchist anti-zionist Jewish Nicaragüense artist, poet, and sexual health educator from the lands of the Tongva people who now lives in Yelamu, Ramaytush Ohlone territory. They are the author of The Easy Body (Timeless Infinite Light, 2017) and La Movida (Nightboat Books, 2022). Their writing has appeared in Wolfman New Life Quarterly, The Anarchist Review of BooksSFMOMA Open Space, and the SFMOMA parking garage and has been translated into French and Spanish. Their expanded work has been shown and performed in places such as the Los Angeles River, punk houses, and microcinemas across Turtle Island.

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