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In Bloom Reading + Chat with Reyna Noriega

Join Loyalty + She Loves me for refreshments and a recharge with author and artist Reyna Noriega inside of Willow on Upshur St!  

Event is free and open to the public, but you can RSVP or even better reserve a seat by preorder your copy of the book in the link below. 


In this collection of poems, written in sequence with the unfolding of the narrator, we explore all of the habits, thought processes, and love stories that must be eradicated in order to meet our higher self. "This world makes it so easy to forget ourselves. Our souls are screaming to be seen and felt and we stuff cotton balls into our ears to drown out the noise. We put poison into our bodies to combat the hunger."


26 year old Afro Latina author, educator, and visual artist. For her, art has always been a tool by which she could dive deeper into herself. The joy and clarity it brings her has led her to devote her work to help others heal and find happiness wherever they stand.  Her client base is predominantly women and she strives to help them on their journeys to create businesses that are inclusive, conscious, and forward thinking. She lets her culture and experiences as a women shine through in her work in the hopes others can see representation for their experiences and feel empowered.

In her personal work, she seeks to represent the beauty and vibrance of women and fill the world with fine art of said women, so that they can feel represented in those spaces.

Her skill sets and background varies widely, the underlying theme for all her need to understand and help others. She received a BA in psychology from Florida International University, a minor in Art and English, taught graphic design and visual arts for 4 years in a public high school. Here she further developed not only her skillset but her passion to teach, motivate and inspire. After that she went on to be a creative director, public and motivational speaker, and then finally a full time illustrator in 2018.

She continues to create, take clients, and publish books that quench her thirst for creativity. 


Event date: 
Saturday, March 7, 2020 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Event address: 
843 Upshur Street NW
Washington, DC 20011
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