Nico Pang is a poet, youth worker, and teaching artist based in Boston. Born in the year of the dog like their grandmother, Nico’s writing explores queerness and gender, family histories and diaspora, belonging, and the ways language empowers/fails us. Nico is a Pink Door Fellow, 2017 FEM Slam finalist, and founding member of Disrupt Slam at Tufts University. Their work is published or forthcoming in Winter Tangerine and Crab Fat Magazine (selected for Best of Year Three print anthology).

Nico teaches poetry workshops with teens at GrubStreet, and coordinates leadership development programs at BAGLY, one of the longest running LGBTQ+ youth organizations in the country. You can find Nico reading queer fiction, hiking, or eating noodles.

Nico is currently accepting bookings for poetry readings and workshop facilitation.