Liza Zayas, also known as Luna del Flor, works with the power of poetry as a mirror and healer. She intersects her lifelong passion for justice, equality, and the healing of humanity with her artistic goal of dialogue through individual and shared experiences in rhyme. Raised in Lawrence, Massachusetts, Liza’s Puerto Rican roots have pulsated her rhythmic poetry into performance art. As Luna del Flor, she performs at poetry, VDay One Billion Rising, International Women's Day, and Women’s History Month events. When not on stage, she curates events with other talents for these movements and more as a stage manager, talent coordinator, hostess or DJ.
Having moderated panels, hosted premieres, judged dance competitions, and co-organized and co-managed fundraisers, a music conference and the Boston stop of an international tour, she continues to perform poetry while coordinating appearances by local and world-renowned House Music DJs. She has also co-founded Boston counterculture dance events Release Your Dance, ERATO, and Central Underground. Her Underground Garden series is a poetry and arts column for Oddball Magazine. She is also a songwriter and appears on the works of Boston-based producers. You can find her collection of love, lust, ego, and self-respect tales at The Other Sides and on Facebook.