I have extensive graphic design experience in website design and print publications, and I served in editorial and production positions at a range of organizations, including Poets & Writers Inc., Arcadia Publishing, and VONA/Voices Conference, among others. In 2009, I cofounded TAYO Literary Magazine, a literary journal focused on issues of identity and social justice. I co-edited Kuwento: Lost Things (Carayan Press 2014), and I am currently a member of the Board at PAWA Inc. I provide freelance graphic design, editorial, and copyediting services. For inquiries, please send me a message via the Contact page.
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“But This Body: It Remembers — The Intergenerational Workshop Exchange,” Poets & Writers Inc.
“What Poetry Pulls Out Of You — Working with Seniors at EnGAGE,” Poets & Writers Inc.
“The Fiction of Our Experiences: An Interview with Mia Alvar,” Asian American Writers’ Workshop
“Kuwento: New Philippines Myths,” Asian American Writers’ Workshop
“Kuwento: Lost Things,” Kweli Journal
“From the Belly to the Throat — On the Kweli Journal Confrence,” Kweli Journal
“The History of What We Do to Each Other: On Nayomi Munaweera’s What Lies Between Us,” Los Angeles Review of Books