for witch readings & performance inquiries: bighedva@gmail.com
for literary inquiries, Emma Borges-Scott: ebs@mccormicklit.com
Johanna Hedva is a fourth-generation Los Angelena on their motherís side and, on their fatherís side, the grandchild of a woman who escaped from North Korea. Hedva is the author of the novel, On Hell (2018, Sator Press). From 2012 to 2015, their series of queered Ancient Greek plays, The Greek Cycle, was performed in Los Angeles, in venues like a Honda Odyssey being driven down the freeway. Their work has been shown at Machine Project, Human Resources LA, the Getty's 2013 Pacific Standard Time, the LA Architecture and Design Museum, and the Museum of Contemporary Art on the Moon. Hedva has published books in handmade limited editions, and their fiction, essays, and poems have appeared in Triple Canopy, Black Warrior Review, Entropy, Mask, 3:AM, DREGINALD, Asian American Literary Review, Eleven Eleven, and others. Their ongoing project This Earth, Our Hospital includes the essays Sick Woman Theory, In Defense of De-persons, and Letter to a Young Doctor.