A native of Albuquerque’s South Valley, Jasmine Sena Cuffee has been active in the metro area arts community for nearly 10 year as a performance and spoken word artist. She has led numerous writing workshops and performances throughout New Mexico and the Western U.S. for grades K-12 and beyond. She has appeared in the Bigger Boat Anthology, Earthships: A New Mecca Poetry Anthology, and ¿De Veras? and most recently the Malpais Review Spring 2012. She is currently working on her first manuscript, Where the Arroyos and Train Tracks Meet which will be the follow up to her first chapbook Sunshine and Rapture released in 2007.
*photo provided by Gina Marselle