Like Lewis and Clark, I learned it’s okay To be gay When you’re stuck on a boat. Like Lewis and Clark, I went out with my friend. Like Lewis and Clark I looked at a map. Like Lewis and Clark, I discovered something, Ass.
Raechel Segal is a poet, playwright, actor, and improviser. Playwriting credits include “Dykes on Wheels” (The Tank, NYC), “We Can Be Queeros” (Hudson Guild Theatre, NYC), “Moon Juice” (Manhattan Repertory Theatre, NYC), “The Best of Bushwick” (Manhattan Repertory Theatre, NYC), “Bunk” (Maine Playwrights’ Festival, Portland, ME), and “The Beef Stick Boys” (Michaelson Theatre, Worcester, MA). Poetry performances include Mass Poetry, Entropy Fest (Boston, MA), Porter Square Books (Cambridge, MA), The Sprinkler Factory (Worcester, MA), the Dirty Gerund (Worcester, MA), and on Zoom in her living room. She received her B.A. from Clark University in Theatre Arts and in Comparative Literature with summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. You can find more of her work on https://firstname.lastname@example.org and on Instagram at @poetryforfreebyme.
Quinn Valentine is a queer, autistic artist from the Bay Area who makes work centered on their personal ideas about the power of transness. They enjoy taking the homophobic, transphobic and queerphobic myths perpetuated by hyper conservative Christian propaganda to flip them inside out into a new visual language that empowers instead. They work with other witches like themself to generate new pieces to embody the divine rebels they see in their loved ones.