Stacy Nathaniel Jackson is a trans writer and artist of African American and Filipina descent who began writing after a serendipitous corporate layoff. His debut novel The Ephemera Collector is forthcoming from Liveright/W.W. Norton. His poems, plays, and visual art have been published or forthcoming in Black Arts Quarterly, New American Writing, Foglifter, The Georgia Review and elsewhere. He is a Cave Canem poetry fellow, recipient of an individual artist grant from the San Francisco Arts Commission, a Millay Arts Vincent Prize recipient, and Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation Creative Fellow. He splits his time between Sunset Beach, North Carolina and Washington, DC. Currently, he is studying European Portuguese in preparation to make a grand escape to Madeira Island if DJT mounts a comeback in 2024. You can find him occasionally blogging about art and urban life at snjackson.com.
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