on this page, you’ll find yes’s biographies and photographs for promotional purposes


under 50 words

estefania alfonso falcon (they/he/she), aka yes, is a radical genderfluid queer cubanx migrant, poet, tattoo artist, and educator living between kiji’buktuk (Halifax) in Mi’kma’ki and Ouentironk (Lake Simcoe). their intention is to learn so loudly that others have to learn too, and they're stoked for our collective growth.


under 100 words

estefania alfonso falcon (they/he/she), also known as yes, is a radical genderfluid queer cubanx migrant, poet, tattoo artist, educator, and activist living between kiji’buktuk (Halifax) in Mi’kma’ki and Ouentironk (Lake Simcoe). they come to poetry through the cuban traditions of being a dramatic lover and never shutting up. yes’s poetry is a blend of vulnerable rage and self-celebrating humour. they believe in the destruction of the heteropatriarchy, borders, and the capitalist police state. their intention is to learn so loudly that others have no choice but to follow suit, and they’re just so stoked for our collective growth.


full length biography:

estefania alfonso falcon (they/he/she), also known as yes, is a radical genderfluid queer cubanx migrant, poet, tattoo artist, educator, and activist living living between kiji’buktuk (Halifax) in Mi’kma’ki and Ouentironk (Lake Simcoe), after spending the last five years in the Dish With One Spoon, or many (Toronto).  

as and organizer and member of community, they’ve worked with No One Is Illegal - Toronto, the Mining Injustice Solidarity Network, the End Immigration Detention Network, the Spoken Word Canada board, One Mic Educators 2.0, and they are a founding member of the Voices of Today national youth slam festival organizing committee, which they were a core organizer with for four years.

they come to poetry through the cuban traditions of being a dramatic lover and never shutting up. yes’s poetry is a blend of vulnerable rage and self-celebrating humour. they believe in the destruction of the heteropatriarchy, borders, and the capitalist police state. their intention is to learn so loudly that others have to learn too, and they're stoked for our collective growth.


promotional pictures


FYI_shoot1

Photo Credit:

Photographer: @jjchau

MUA: @mareesesa

Hair: @recreatingroddy

Creative Director: @cameravindua

FYI_shoot2

Photo Credit:

Photographer: @jjchau

MUA: @mareesesa

Hair: @recreatingroddy

Creative Director: @cameravindua

Van_NKPS1

Photographer:

Nang K’uulas (Patrick Shannon)

@evilpatrick

Van_NKPS2

Photographer:

Nang K’uulas (Patrick Shannon)

@evilpatrick

FYI_shoot3

Photo Credit:

Photographer: @jjchau

MUA: @mareesesa

Hair: @recreatingroddy

Creative Director: @cameravindua