Introducing: The Underground Garden with Liza Zayas

 

Oddball! Yes, I’ve been one my entire life. Thank you for noticing. Welcome to the Underground Garden.

Poetry, music, song, dance, love are my favorite of the Human Experience. I’ve been with pen in hand since my pre-teen days in Lawrence, Massachusetts. First heard a muse in Freestyle music then energized my body with House music all night long. My mind relaxed with every detailed sentence of my day. Writing is Life.

Here at the Underground Garden, the word, through conversations, will welcome you to local talent, their inspirations, accomplishments, future projects and spaces they create filled with passion and artists.

The word at the Underground Garden, in rhyme, comes from good old fashion Life Lessons, through teacher and student.

Be it an interview, an essay, a poem, Rooms from The Other Sides or a You-Just-Have-To-Check-This-Out! feature, the Underground Garden, with its fresh dirt from which the Muse’s seeds will rise, has arrived.

I look forward to sharing with you the greatness of our cities and its talent, pieces from past lives, stories from other times as well as music, parties or special events for all of our enjoyment!

Writing is Life and I thank you.

Liza Zayas

Raised in Lawrence, Massachusetts, Liza Zayas is a lover of writing and dancing and celebrates both as a singer and songwriter performing as Luna del Flor. She has been reading her poetry on stages for over 15 years. She has 5 released singles to date and works with other artists as a songwriter or vocalist. Liza also produces dance and performance events and collaborates with others for large-scale events serving as a promoter, stage manager, event coordinator, talent coordinator, hostess or performer. She has co-founded parties in Boston and Cambridge and has performed in venues as a singer, DJ or poet in the great cities of Lawrence, Boston, Cambridge, Providence, Brooklyn, Detroit, Montreal and Tampa. You can hear her collaborative sounds and experience life through her storytelling. She invites you to dance. Her poetry seeks to initiate dialogue by intentionally expressing consequences of love, lust, ego and self-respect.

 

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