Shatara Liora is a writer of poetry, prose, and fiction; a visual artist, and therapist. She is the author of two indie poetry collections: “East Of A Cold Red Sun” and “Love’s Third Eye”. These collections debuted in several number one poetry categories on Amazon upon their release, as raw unrefined projects. Shatara’s writings has been published in Berkeley Poetry Review, Rigorous Literary Magazine, Tangled Locks Journal, Black Girl In Om, and was a semi-finalist in the poetry contest for American Literary Review. She has been interviewed and featured in Nailed Magazine ; and she has also served as Poetry Editor for Qu Lit Magazine.
More: Shatara writes about life, love, grief, trauma, mental health, empowerment, race, womanhood, femininity, family, spirituality, spiritual growth, coming of age, heartache and much more. She also writes fiction and short stories; with her debut novel currently in the works.
Shatara is a world traveler. Born in Hawaii and has lived in various countries such as Greece, Iceland, and Spain. She loves art galleries, museums, nature, the mountains, soft colorful surrealism and all things vintage.
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