Fatima Hirsi comes from the water! She gives poetry to children in Texas schools, shelters, and community centers as an educator and the Program Director for the Writer’s Garret. She can often be found in public spaces making poems for strangers on her typewriter. In January 2016, she founded Dark Moon Poetry & Arts to spotlight the creative feminine energies of North Texas. Her chapbook, Moon Woman, is forthcoming from Thoughtcrime Press.
- Real & Imagined Emails in Entropy
- Phoenix Indian School in the anthology Bearing the Mask: Southwestern Persona Poems. (A collaborative piece written with Wade Martin)
- Laughter is Social Glue in Anthropology Now!
- Adulthood in Life in 10 Minutes
- A Taste for Pain in Poem Your Heart Out
- Tomorrow I Will Bury Her in the AIPF anthology
- Sick Day in Dress Codes
- To Wednesday with Love in Vagabonds
- Disrepair in the Best of the Metroplex anthology published by the Dallas Poet’s Community.
- January 2017: Dallas Innovates
- August 2016: KERA’s Art&Seek
- June 2016: Patron Magazine
- April 2016: The Dallas Morning News
- September 2015: Thrwd
- August 2015: Writer’s Digest
- February 2015: The Dallas Observer
- October 2014: The Dallas Advocate: Lakewood
- January 2015 at the In The Words of Womyn retreat: “Finding Identity through Writing”
- April 2014 at the Austin International Poetry Festival: “Being Other”
- unlisted classroom and community workshops as Writer’s Garret