The Humanities Division released the seventh edition of the student-run literary arts publication LiveWire. The new issue features four poems, six prose pieces, and two pieces of visual art by current and former students as well as members of the surrounding community.
Among the features is poetry and art by Féi Hernandez. Hernandez is a Mexican trans-non-binary immigrant spiritual healer, writer, actor, visual artist and graphic designer. Their written work has been featured in NPR, Immigrant Review, and Non Binary: Memoirs of Gender among other publications, and their artwork has been exhibited at Galeria de La Raza, is featured in the Latino Book Review 2019, and is currently creating artwork for the 2019 Trans Day of Resilience Art Project cultural campaign led by Forward Together.
LiveWire will host a couple of events surrounding the release of the new issue.
An Open Mic Night will be held Thursday, Nov. 14 at 7 – 9 p.m. in Building 200, Room 224. The event will feature a variety of writers, poets, artists and musicians including those featured in the new publication. The event is open to anyone who would like to share their talent and work with the Fullerton College community. Sign-ups begin at 6:30 p.m.
Additionally, on Nov. 21, there will be a writing workshop from 3 – 5 p.m. in Building 700, Room 739. The workshop titled “How to Start a Fight,” will focus on using conflict in fiction and non-fiction to create a richer, fuller reading experience. Writers of all levels are welcome. Writers are also encouraged to bring their work-in-progress for help with enhancements.
For more information visit https://lwjournal.fullcoll.edu