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Simone Person grew up in small Michigan towns and Toledo, Ohio. She is a Pink Door Women’s Writing Retreat 2018 Fellow and author of Dislocate, the prose winner of Honeysuckle Press’s 2017 Chapbook Contest. She is currently an MFA/MA in Fiction and African American and African Diaspora Studies at Indiana University. Her work has appeared in Puerto del Sol, Yemassee, Gigantic Sequins, and others. Find out more at simoneperson.com and follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @princxporkchop.
- "I Thought You Were Joking (or, Poem in the Voice of my Rapist)" & "Google Search Results After." Gigantic Sequins. July 2018.
- "To the White Woman with the Tiny Backpack in Indiana Who Interrupted Me and a Friend to Ask if We Knew This Was a Non-Smoking Campus as I’m Halfway through a Cigarette." The Account: A Journal of Poetry, Prose, and Thought. November 2017.
- "On Learning You Love a Dude Who Ain’t Shit," "Exclusionary Black Girl," "Erasure of the Suicide Note Before Failed Attempt," "Accretion," & "Oneironaut." WusGood Mag. March 2017.
Interviews & Features
2018 Diode Editions Chapbook Contest winner
2018 Frontier Poetry Chapbook Contest finalist