Daniel W.K. Lee and Malik Thompson for ANATOMY OF WANT
We are thrilled to welcome Daniel W.K. Lee in conversation with Loyalty's own Malik Thompson about Daniel's poetry collection Anatomy of Want! This event will be held digitally via Crowdcast. Click here to register for the event with a donation of any amount of your choice. Donations will go to Black Lives Matter DC. You can order the book below and there will also be an option to buy the book during the event.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Daniel W.K. Lee's first collection of poetry is a study on desire's limbs, its breath, its unchecked tendencies on creatures-mortal and divine-who dare to love or be loved. Eros to agape, melancholia to saudade, he finds fruit in these conditions and exposes with carefully selected words and deliberate silence, our hunger.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Daniel W.K. Lee is the author of the Anatomy of Want, published in November 2019 by Rebel Satori Press’ Queer Mojo imprint. A third-generation refugee of Cantonese-Chinese background, he was born in Kuching, Malaysia, raised in Chicagoland, grew the fuck up in New York City, embraced the outdoors and spinsterhood in Seattle, and now resides in the magical city of New Orleans with is his aesthetic powerhouse of a dog Camden. He earned his MFA in Creative Writing at The New School and has been widely published in online and print publications, including the Lambda Literary Award-nominated anthology Take Out: Queer Writing from Asian Pacific America, the Lambda Literary Award-winning anthology I Do/I Don’t: Queers on Marriage, and most recently: LoveJets: Queer Male Poets on 200 Years of Walt Whitman, as well as Berkeley Poetry Review, Floating Bridge Review, White Stag, Fourteen Hills, and the UK’s Oxford Poetry and Agenda. Find out more about him at danielwklee.com
ABOUT THE IN CONVERSATION PARTNER
Malik Thompson is a Black queer man proud to be from DC. Malik writes poetry and essays, you can read his work at Voicemail Poems and Split This Rock. Malik has facilitated workshops for Split This Rock, Moonlit DC, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. You can find Malik's thoughts on literature at his instragram account @negroliterati.
Please note Loyalty has a zero tolerance policy for harassment or intimidation of any kind during this virtual event.