Presented by the Writers Guild at Bloomington with guest readers Michael Luis Dauro and Rachel Ronquillo Gray. The guest readings are followed by an Open Mic.
Michael Luis Dauro is a Canto Mundista living in Bloomington, Indiana. He is a Millay Colony Resident Artist, Ruth Lilly Poetry Fellowship finalist, and Pushcart Prize nominee. His work has also appeared in As Us, Story Scape, Rattle, Sonora Review, Phantom Drift, and others. Michael is a graduate from the Creative Writing MFA Program at Indiana University and is currently working on his speculative epic, Sierra Amnezia. He’s also totally non-ironically into spaghetti westerns and pro wrestling.
Rachel Ronquillo Gray was born and raised in rural Nevada, and holds an MFA from Indiana University. She is a Kundiman and Pink Door fellow, as well as an alum of the VONA and Las Dos Brujas writing workshops. Her work has appeared in Puñeta: Political Pilipinx Poetry, Digging Through the Fat, Winter Tangerine Review, Radar Poetry, As/Us, Lantern Review, and other places. She currently lives, writes, and makes lots of food in Bloomington, Indiana.