Fariha Róisín

Poet and activist Fariha Róisín was born in Ontario but raised in Sydney, and now resides in Los Angeles. Her work ties together themes of “margins, liminality, otherness, and the mercurial nature of being” as well as stocking conversation on contemporary Islam, queer identity, and wellness. The former Hairpin self-care columnist celebrates her second poetry release, Survival Takes a Wild Imagination, at Best of Austin-winning lit-lounge Reverie Books with a reading, audience Q&A, and booksigning. – James Scott
Past date: Thu., March 7
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