Minda Honey

Minda Honey’s debut memoir, The Heartbreak Years, about dating as a woman of color in Southern California, is forthcoming from Little A October 2023. She has a series of essays for Longreads on dating and politics and her writing has been featured by the Los Angeles Review of Books, the Washington Post, the Guardian, the Oxford American, Teen Vogue, Salon, and elsewhere. Her essays also appear in multiple anthologies, including “Burn It Down: Women Writing About Anger” by Seal Press and the Hub City Press collection, “A Measure of Belonging: Writers of Color on the New American South.” Minda is the former director of the BFA in Creative Writing program at Spalding University and the current editor of Black Joy at Reckon News.

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Angela Belcher Epps

Angela Belcher Epps is the author of a novella, Salt in the Sugar Bowl (Main Street Rag, 2013). She has contributed to three anthologies: All

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LeJuane Bowens

LeJuane (El’Ja) Bowens is an award-winning spoken word poet, host, speaker, workshop facilitator, and author. Born in Detroit, Mich and raised in Lima, Ohio El’Ja

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