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Stacy Nathaniel Jackson is the author of the chapbook Camouflage, published by MaCaHu Press in 2010.  He is the Director of Financial Services and Administration for University Development and Alumni Relations at UCSF, a poet, playwright, painter, and mixed media artist.  Stacy was awarded a literary cultural equity grant by the San Francisco Arts Commission for the fiscal year 2011/12 to support development of his book length poem Moving Behind Moses: A Poem Celebrating African American Women’s Contributions to the United States Military.  He was recently named a Cave Canem poetry fellow.

Stacy received a BA in Fine Arts, Magna Cum Laude from the University of Southern California, an MBA from UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, and an MFA in Creative Writing with and emphasis in poetry and playwriting from San Francisco State University.  His visual art, poetry, and plays have appeared in Los Angeles City Hall, Femina Potens Art Gallery, New American Writing, Black Arts Quarterly, and Lodestar Quarterly among others.  In addition to making art in multiple genres, Stacy enjoys traveling with his family and samba dancing in the streets Mission District of San Francisco during Carnaval.