Brice Maiurro is a poet from Earth. He is the Founding Editor of South Broadway Press and Punch Drunk Press. He is the former Poetry Editor for Suspect Press. His poetry has been featured in two full-length collections, Stupid Flowers and Hero Victim Villain. He has featured at many events including the Fountainverse Poetry Fest and Jaipur Literary Festival. He has organized over 100 poetry events, including Punketry, The Mutiny Poetry Series and What Matters. He is pursuing his Bachelors of Arts in English at Metropolitan State University of Denver. In 2019, Westword Magazine recognized him a Colorado Creative for his contributions to the Colorado arts community. He has been featured by NPR, BBC, Denver Post, Boulder Weekly, Tilt West, Stain’d Arts, Headroom Sessions, and Birdy Magazine. He loves a warm cup of peppermint tea. He has shared stages with Suzi Q. Smith, Anne Waldman, and Bobby LeFebre.
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