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Heart of a Shapeshifter: 2Spirit Love Medicine

Writer
Coyote Park
Date
2022
Publisher
GenderFail
Format
Monographs
Size
11 × 18 cm
Length
132 pp
Genre
Creative Writing , Essays, Poetry, LGBTQ2S+, Indigenous Art & Artists
Description

Heart of a Shapeshifter: 2Spirit Love Medicine is a collection of poems, short essays, and prose by Coyote Park. It explores transformation, non-linear transitions, ancestor worship, diaspora, T4T romance, non-monogamy, queer awakenings, and various intersections of Park’s lived experiences. Woven throughout the collection are 8 Vessels, taking shape as themed chapters and representing lifetimes. Throughout these vessels, Coyote reflects on extensions of themself, their lovers, and what love medicine means to them. “Heart of a Shapeshifter” is born out of the passion of Brown leather dykes, Trans Deities, and the fierce and overflowing protection of Spirit. A collection of writing to all of those yearning to love and shapeshift freely.

Coyote Park (he/they) is a 2Spirit, (Korean, German, Yurok Native) artist from Honolulu, Hawai’i that currently lives in Tongva Territory (Los Angeles). They are a transgender artist that centers their practice in photography, writing, performance, painting, producing, and creative direction as modes of storytelling. Park’s work aims to create queer utopia by photographing spaces of comfort, togetherness, and liberation. Park merges their written work with their passion for image making through their photo series entitled “All Kin is Blood Kin” (2020 – current) surrounding themes of chosen family, rebirth, and intimacy. Their intention of their work is for it to be a pathway to healing and dreaming up new worlds. – GenderFail

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