Suzanne Honda: Author Talk + Signing
Please join Pages as we celebrate Suzanne Honda's new chapbook, When We Were Birds, with readings by Jolie and Rasha Almulaki.
Suzanne Honda (she/her) is the author of When We Were Birds (Porkbelly Press 2022), and is a poet and the Lead Teaching Artist Fellow with InsideOut Literary Arts. When she isn't in the classroom, she can be found knuckle-deep in her garden, surrounded by an ever-growing pile of paperbacks, or playing with her two cats. Suzanne's work has been published and/or is forthcoming in SWWIM Every Day, Soundings East, Crab Creek Review, and more.
Jolie is an Egyptian-American writer residing in Southwest Detroit. His work deals with her sense of identity as a recently displaced queer Arab. When she’s not writing, he’s exploring and engaging with his newfound community in Detroit.
Rasha Almulaiki (she/her) is a poet / multimedia journalist / writer / restorative justice organizer / community advocate. Her work can be found in The Michigan Chronicle, Detroit Metro Times, The Arab American News, and more.