Jocelyn Kapumealani Ng is a queer Kanaka Maoli of mixed descent born and raised on the island of Oahu. As a multi-talented artist, she is a multi-time international slam poetry champion, a special effects make-up artist, theater performer and former Outreach Coordinator for Pacific Tongues. She has performed and conducted pedagogical development & spoken word poetry workshops throughout the Hawaiian islands, across the continental United States as well as in Guam, the Marshall Islands, Aotearoa, and Australia. Jocelyn’s work explores queerness, indigenous culture, womxn issues, and themes of horror. Her art strives to melt, bend, and integrate various artistic mediums to present poetry in a way you may never have imagined.