October 20, 2017

“Living Archives–Decolonizing Institutions and Cultivating Communities: The Smithsonian APAC, KSMoCA, and The Unburden Project

Thinking It’s Presence: The Ephemeral Archive

University of Arizona | Tucson, AZ

Radio Guest

October 4, 2017

It’s Lit With PhDJ

A Reading and Interview with Anjoli Roy, 90.1FM Honolulu | Honolulu, HI


July 29, 2017

Bay Area Poetry Marathon

Alley Cat Books

3036 24th Street | San Francisco, CA | 94110


July 23, 2017

Lumpia Lit Fest 2

School of Arts and Culture, Mexican Heritage Plaza

San Jose, CA


July 19, 2017

Hawai’i Conservation Conference

Hawai’i Convention Center | Honolulu, Hawai’i


July 7-9, 2017

“An Aberrational Poetics: Inside Me an Island (Shaped W/hole)”

An on-site performance and installation that examines the cultural, historical, and contemporary means of remembering, revealing, and discovering indigenous  practices.

‘Ae Kai: Convergence

A Culture Lab produced by the Smithsonian Institute’s APAC

Ala Moana Center | O’ahu, Hawai’i


May 18, 2017

“Queering the Eco-writing Landscape”

Environmentalism Outside the Box: An Eco-Sex Symposium

University of California Santa Cruz | Santa Cruz, CA


May 16, 2017

“Territory: Imagining the Future of Chamoru Poetics”

A Reading and Discussion with Lehua M. Taitano

Portland State University | Portland, OR


May 13, 2017

Open Books: A Drop Leaf Press Reading

2414 North 45th Street | Seattle, WA


May 5, 2017

Sonoma Book Launch: Drop Leaf Press

Alley Cat Books

3036 24th Street | San Francisco, CA | 94110


April 15, 2017

A TransPacific Poetics: Book Launch

Dwinelle Hall, UC Berkeley | Berkeley, CA


April 6, 2017

Poetic Lanscapes: Indigenous Poetry and Spoken Word

University of California San Diego | San Diego, California


February 10, 2017

AWP Conference: US/Pacific Poets Confronting US Empire

Washington, DC


Voz Sin Tinta

August 11, 2016

Alley Cat Books

3036 24th St | San Francisco, California


The Hundy

June 30, 2016

E.M. Wolfman Books

410 13th St | Oakland, California

Collaborative Poetry Project

Kuwentuhan (Talkstory) workshop with poets Barbara Jane Reyes, Arlene Biala, Javier O. Huerta, Urayoán Noel, Aimée Suzara, and Angela Torres

The Poetry Center at San Francisco State University

April 20-24, 2016

View part of the performance here.


Poet as transcriber/translator for integrative dance and film performance

SALTA is Timeless, Infinite Light

January 29, 2016

LoBot Gallery, Oakland


Beast Crawl

Mixer 2.0: Children of Warbrides

July 11, 2015

Betti Ono Gallery, Oakland

Visiting Writer

University of Hawaii, Manoa: Form and Theory of Poetry

September 2015 | Honolulu, HI

Conference Presentation and Reading

Thinking Its Presence: The Racial Imaginary

March 12-14, 2015

The University of Montana | Missoula, Montana

Visiting Lecturer

Portland State University: MFA Graduate Seminar

March 2015 | Portland, OR

Featured Artist, Literary Arts 

APAture 2014: Focus on Emerging Asian Pacific American Artists

September 27, 2014

Arc Gallery, San Francisco

Featured Reader

The Lit Slam

August 18, 2014

Shelton Theater, San Francisco

Visiting Lecturer

Portland State Unversity: Art and Privilege

May 6, 2014 | Portland, OR

Conference Presentation and Reading

Thinking Its Presence: Race and Creative Writing

See schedule for panel presentations and reading times.

April 10-12, 2014

The University of Montana | Missoula, Montana


Shakespeare & Company

from A Bell Made of Stones

4:00 p.m.

April 13, 2014

Shakespeare and Company | Missoula, Montana

Moon Reading One

from A Bell Made of Stones

Crane Creek Regional Park

Santa Rosa, CA

February 16, 2014

Visiting Writer/Master Fiction Class guest Lecturer

Idyllwild Arts Academy

Idyllwild, CA (2011)



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