Marina Carreira (she/her/hers) is a queer socialist Luso-American poet-artist from Newark, NJ. She is the author of tanto tanto (Cavankerry Press, forthcoming 2022) and Saves the Bathwater (Get Fresh Books, 2018). Carreira has exhibited her artwork at Morris Museum, ArtFront Galleries, West Orange Arts Council, Monmouth University Center for the Arts, among others. Through mixed media, she investigates identity as it relates to urban, queer, and first-generation spaces, including the complexities of motherhood, spirituality as dissent, intersectional feminism, radical self-acceptance, the dangers of capitalism, and the white (-privileged) and queer body.