Rachel Wiley and Hope Hill

Join Guide To Kulchur in welcoming Rachel Wiley and Hope Hill for a very special reading of their poetry.

This event is for the body positive, the radical, the feminist, the queer, the unheard, the thirsty. Join us in celebrating the work of two stellar poets.

Rachel Wiley is a queer, biracial poet and performer from Columbus, Ohio where she somehow holds down a rather boring day job. She is a feminist and a fat positive activist. Rachel is a fellow and faculty member of the Pink Door Writing Retreat held each year in Rochester, New York for women and nonbinary writers of color. She has toured nationally performing at slam venues, colleges, and festivals. Her work has appeared on Upworthy, The Huffington Post, The Militant Baker, Everyday Feminism and PBS News Hour. Her first poetry collection, Fat Girl Finishing School, was published in 2014 by Timber Mouse Publishing. Her second collection, Nothing is Okay, was published in March 2018 by Button Poetry and spent some time as Amazon’s #1 Gay & Lesbian Poetry Collection.

Hope Hill is a poet who lives part time in Columbus, Ohio part time in her own head. Her work has been featured on Thought Catalog & Words Dance. She loves pasta, tacos and coconut milk ice cream.

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