Fitz is a performance poet based out of Spokane Washington where they have made it their mission to fall in love with strangers through the written and spoken word. They were a member of the 2015 and 2016 Spokane National Poetry Slam teams and represented Spokane in the 2016 Individual World Poetry Slam and the 2017 Women of the World Poetry Slam. They are also the current host of the weekly cult classic local poetry open mic, "Broken Mic". Their work is passionate and authentic and often deals with queer existence, mental illness, pastries, and romantic love. Their work has appeared in numerous local publications such as Riverlit, Heavyedit, Love and Outrage, The Inlander, the local anthology "I Am a Town" and most recently the online journals Beech Street Review, Voicemail Poems and NYSAI,. They have featured as a poet in Spokane LGBT Pride, numerous social justice events, Spokane Arts Awards, opened for traveling punk bands and also opened for queer poet legend Andrea Gibson.