féi iká shumarí
Postpartum Doula, Transition Doula, Reiki, Limpias de Huevo, holistic healings
IG: @fei.hernandez @thehouseofetereo
féi hernandez (b. 1993, Chihuahua, Mexico) is a diasporic Indigenous trans, Inglewood-raised, formerly undocumented immigrant. They are a writer, cultural worker, organizer, visual artist, birthworker, a spiritual practitioner and founder of Spirit School for the Divinely Gifted. féi’s mission is to decolonize the imagination by facilitating the empowerment and guidance of trans and queer BIPOC writers, artists, and healers alike, specifically by helping them harness their multidisciplinary, spiritual, and intersectional gifts. Descendant of the Raramuri, Pi’ma, and Cora peoples, féi is devoted to eradicating borders, deconstructing colonial impositions, and unearthing ancient codes for a safer world in the now to ensure the continual legacy of Black and Indigenous futures.
féi is the author of the full-length poetry collection Hood Criatura (Sundress Publications 2020). They are a 2022 Tin House Scholar and a 2021 Define American fellow. féi has been published in POETRY, Autostraddle, PANK Magazine, Immigrant Report, The Breakbeat Poets Vol. 4: LatiNext, Somewhere We are Human, TransLash Media & Narrative, and more. féi is the founder of The House of Etéreo and within it, Spirit School for the Divinely Gifted, a spiritual learning space for trans and queer BIPOC spiritual practitioners.