Halim Madi is a queer Lebanese poet with work published in Quiet Lightening, The Racket and Lunate. The author of "Flight of the Jaguar" and "In the Name of Scandal", they write about queerness, plants that make you see colors and the immigrant experience. He currently lives in San Francisco. You can find more of his work on www.halimmadi.com.
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