Virtual Event: Star Gay-zing: An Astrology Poetry Reading for the Queers with Junauda Petrus-Nasah

Friday, June 18th
Why do queers love astrology so much? Join author, poet, and astrology nerd Junauda Petrus-Nasah for an evening of astrology, poetry, Black queer love, and aligning ourselves with the stars.

Registration not required, Zoom link:

About the author:
Junauda Petrus-Nasah is a writer, a soul sweetener, runaway witch, and performance artist of Black-Caribbean descent, born and working on Dakota land in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Her work centers around wildness, queerness, Black-diasporic-futurism, ancestral healing, sweetness, shimmer and liberation. Her first YA novel, The Stars and The Blackness Between Them received a Coretta Scott King Honor Award. And she really, really loves to eat and write about delicious food. She is the co-founder with Erin Sharkey of Free Black DIrt a Black, experimental healing art collective. She is currently working on her second novel Black Circus, set in the 90s about a young, Black woman studying circus with a mysterious Black elder former circus performer.