Congratulations to JKS student Angel Dominguez, who will be reading at UCSC’s living writers series in Santa Cruz on Feb. 27th!
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Angel Dominguez writes. Originally from Los Angeles, he received his BA in Poetry from UC Santa Cruz. He is currently an MFA candidate at Naropa University’s Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics. He is the co-founding editor of TRACT / TRACE: an investigative journal, the founding editor of the Omni Writers Collective Press, and presently the senior editor for the Bombay Gin literary journal. His work has appeared in The Bombay Gin, Omni Symposium vol.1, and is forthcoming in the Berkeley Poetry Review. Most recently he completed an interview chapbook TIME-SCAPING with Mary Burger, published by Pinball Press. He is the recipient of Naropa’s 2013 Ted Berrigan Scholarship for poetry and a featured writer for UCSC’s 2014 Living Writers Series. Now residing in Boulder Colorado, he is exploring the sentence, the note, and how they break, open.