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Da Qween is a poet, community organizer, workshop coordinator, writing circle facilitator, and a non-binary, femme, rapper/singer/songwriter. They’ve been featured at a number of top venues and events all over Seattle From the Moore Theater to the Triple Door, to the Neptune Theater to opening for Andrea Gibson at Bumbershoot and The Fremont Abbey.
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by Donté Da Qween Johnson, Queerspace Magazine December 18, 2018
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