Erin Kong is an interdisciplinary cultural worker whose writing and performance explore family mythology, racialized yellow as ornament, and revenge. They interrogate Korean femininity as science fiction dramedy in practice, and longing for other dimensions. They are author of the poetry collection, korean mourning rituals (2019), and co-founder of Desert Diwata, a creation and healing org in occupied Akimel O'odham (Upper Pima), Hohokam, and O'odham land. They believe in the power of deep-breathing.
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