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‘I Need to Feel Safe More Than I Need Forever’: Poet Antmen Pimentel Mendoza

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 (Courtesy of Antmen Pimentel Mendoza )

To commemorate National Poetry Month, producer Maria Esquinca talks to Bay Area-based poet Antmen Pimentel Mendoza about his Chapbook collection, “My Boyfriend Apocalypse.” He talks about surviving the apocalypse, queer love, and finding play in poetry. 

You can listen to Antmen Pimentel Mendoza read live on Tuesday, April 25, at 7 p.m. at Fabulosa Books in San Francisco.

You can find him on Twitter and instagram @antmenismagic.

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