CCSF CREATIVE WRITERS’ READING SERIES Presents

Thea Matthews

See the link to the Zoom reading below!

CCSF’s Creative Writing Program Presents

Thea Matthews will be reading from her recently published book,

Unearth [The Flowers]

Live on Zoom

See the link below!

Thursday

Thursday, November 12, 2020

6:00-7:00 PM

CCSF graduate Thea Matthews born and raised in San Francisco, California, Thea is a queer black feminist activist, poet, educator, and author. She is AfroLatinx with Black, Indigenous, Mexican blood who writes on the complexities of humanity, grief, and resiliency. She earned her BA in Sociology at UC Berkeley where she studied and taught June Jordan’s program Poetry for the People directed by Black feminist author Aya de Leon. Currently, Thea is a public health researcher and an MFA candidate for Creative Writing at New York University. She is the poetry editor for For Women Who Roar™. And, she has work in the Atlanta Review, The Rumpus, The Acentos Review, Foglifter Journal, and others.

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