Salomé Luna Gemme was born in the hot weathered & even hotter tempered city of Miami in 1991. She’s a writer, visual artist, & overly enthusiastic critic of nothing in particular.
Salomé’s work spans across topics of identity (both her own as a Latina & identity as it manifests in society), psychology of the self, & socio-political issues.
She hates time spent too long in one place, whipped cream on coffee, Jeff Koons & Romero Britto.
She loves people with weird laughs, guayaba, walking barefoot in soft grass, & honesty at high stakes.
✉ For rage, praise, questions, & collaborations: lunagemme@gmail(dot)com ✉
About The Site
An experiment in living.
If you’re into self-awareness, introspection, & find every & anything interesting, join the fam.
Some of the best of the bests:
»A Country Named Mother
»False Seeds Don’t Grow: Corrupted Motivation & Honest Intent
»How I Travel (Mostly) for Free
»Cerca de la Tierra
»Paying For Our Own Destruction
»Your 10 Year Plan for a Remarkable Life
»The Gift of Burden
» A Week in Naples (The Other Naples)