Ian Kumamoto is a Mexico City-born, Texas-raised and Brooklyn-based writer whose work centers the lives and wellbeing of queer and trans people of color. His work has appeared in the New York Times, VICE, the Washington Post and other fancy places.
In his free time, Ian likes to eat, drink and shop at Rainbow. He's a deadbeat dad to a dog that now lives with his ex. He usually refers to himself in the first person.
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