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Nastasia Pappas-Kemps is a fat, queer poet, playwright, actor, filmmaker, musician, clown, graphic designer and lover of smoked gouda based in Toronto. She studied playwriting at Concordia University before completing George Brown's performance program. Her award-winning short films “The Deceased” and "Tuna and the Whale" have been screened internationally. Most recently, she directed the 18th (and first ever online) 6 Degrees with the Institute for Canadian Citizenship, and she is currently working on publishing her first poetry book titled “Rinse & Repeat: The Year I Learned to Shampoo My Hair"