✧ Sarah Sophia Yanni is a Mexican-Egyptian poet, editor, and educator who lives and works on Tongva land ✧ Her writing has appeared in DREGINALD, feelings, Autostraddle, and others, and she was a finalist for BOMB Magazine’s 2020 Poetry Contest ✧ Her zines and text installations have been exhibited at Printed Matter’s LA Art Book Fair, Acid Free Art Book Fair, Subliminal Projects Gallery, Brand Library & Art Center, and at CalArts’ LatinFest and SWANA Group Show ✧ She has taught and tutored writing with 826LA, CalArts Community Arts Partnership, Collegewise, and the CalArts School of Critical Studies ✧ A gemini and daughter of immigrants, her writing is often concerned with religious dogmatism, sisterhood, and nostalgia ✧ She holds degrees from the California Institute of the Arts and the University of Southern California ✧

Graduate Faculty Fellow, CalArts Writing Center
Assistant Editor, The Quarterless Review
Program Coordinator, CSUDH Art + Design

Editorial + Development Fellow, ArtChangeUS


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