Davida Singer is a poet/performance artist, often working with live jazz musicians and visual artists. Publications include the collections naked romance and then some, Port of Call (Audre Lorde Poetry Award finalist), and shelter island poems. Her multimedia projects have been presented at The Kitchen, Here Arts Center, SVA Theater (NYC), GiG Performance Space (Santa Fe), Harwood Museum of Art (Taos), and include khupe (with Frank London), naked romance (with Santa Fe composer John Rangel & Swiss video artist Nicole Schmoëlzer) and poems for a blue voice (in development). Singer has received fellowships from the Helene Wurlitzer Foundation (Taos, NM), and grants from CUNY (New York City). She teaches creative writing and literature at Hunter College and School of Visual Arts in Manhattan.