Noelle Marie Falcis-Math
Noelle Marie Falcis is a creative and academic that has centered her work around the intersection of narrative and performative praxis with cultural theory. Most interested in re-memory, indigenization, and intergenerational language, she pursues storytelling through fictive writing and movement artistry. She uses these dual forms to better understand the diasporic, post-colonized life, and how it has affected her as a Filipina-American. Her fiction explores her heritage and both the desert and city landscapes in which she grew up. Her written work is forthcoming in anthologies: Shades of Prejudice: Personal Narratives of Asian American Women on Colorism in America and the Inlandia Anthology on the Immigrant Experience. She has been previously published in Kartika Review, Hawaii Pacific Review, Riksha Literary Magazine, and VIDA: Women in Literary Arts, amongst others. She is a VONA/Voices Fellow, Lemontree House Alumni, and Tinhouse Writer’s Workshop participant. She is the founder of Gunita Collective, a contemporary indigenous movement-based artists group focused upon the exploration of communal memory via multidisciplinary narratives. They have performed in various venues throughout Los Angeles.