I'm so happy to get to read twice in the next couple of weeks in my new home city! First, on March 31, I'll be reading some of my genderqueer-themed poetry at the Transgender Day of Visibility event for trans, nonbinary, and gender-nonconforming poets!
Second, my poem "Sickle" won first prize in the Utah Pride Center Poetry & Prose Contest, and I'll be reading at their awards night on April 4.
If you're in Salt Lake, I hope to see you at one or both of these events!
Kenan Ince is a mathematician, poet, and organizer from Denton, TX, living on occupied Shoshone, Paiute, Goshute and Ute territory (so-called Salt Lake City). Their work is forthcoming in Pleiades and Duende and has appeared in Word Riot and Permafrost, among others. They are the recipient of scholarships to the Antioch Writers’ Workshop and Lambda Literary Writers' Retreat and the winner of the Utah Pride Center Poetry & Prose Contest.