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Nicole J. Georges is a writer, illustrator, podcaster, and professor from Portland, OR.
s.e. smith is a Northern California-based journalist and writer who has appeared in publications like The Guardian, Bitch Magazine, Esquire, Rolling Stone, and Rewire.News, in addition to anthologies including The Feminist Utopia Projectand (Don't) Call Me Crazy.
Michael Arceneaux writes the “Dearly Beloved” advice column at INTO. He is the author of the forthcoming book I Can't Date Jesus from Atria Books/Simon & Schuster. His work has appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, Rolling Stone, Essence, The Guardian, Mic, and more.
Delilah Friedler is a non-binary poet and writer. They currently reside in New Orleans, which is known to its indigenous inhabitants as Bulbancha, "place of many tongues." Read more of their work at callmewhenurfree.tumblr.com
Hari Ziyad is a New York-based storyteller and the Editor-in-Chief of RaceBaitR. They are also a script consultant on the untitled Tarell Mccraney television series coming to OWN, the managing editor of Black Youth Project, and an assistant editor for Vinyl Poetry & Prose.
Andrea Ngeleka is a writer in Los Angeles.
Clarkisha Kent aka Lex Luther aka [REDACTED] doubles, triples, and quadruples as a Blerd, a Crystal Gem, and a Care-Free Black Girl. She is the creator of #TheKentTest as well as the co-creator of the entertainment blog Sublime Zoo and co-creator of the podcast We Robbed A Zoo. She has also been featured on The Root, The Establishment, Wear Your Voice Magazine, Huffpost, BET. Fun Fact: Her nemeses include Lena Dunham, Frank Grillo, and Taylor Swift.
Naveen Kumar is a New York-based writer and editor who covers entertainment, lifestyle, and sex and relationships. His work appears on VICE, Refinery29, GQ, NewNowNext, The Daily Beast, Entertainment Tonight, and Towleroad, where he serves as theatre critic.
Mathew is a staff writer at INTO. His work has appeared in Mic, Slate and Complex. He loves "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," Flannery O'Connor and female rappers and is working on a memoir.
Phillip Henry is a writer, comedian, advocate, and performer in New York City. His writing can be seen in various publications including Teen Vogue and Mic. He hosts a weekly LGBTQ comedy variety show The Tea Party in the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood of Manhattan.
Arkee E. is a writer based in the Bronx.
By day, C.P. Hoffman writes about digital accessibility and the law; by night, they write about comics, pop culture, books, and gender. They have lived across North America (Indianapolis > Chicago > New York > Montreal > Indianapolis again), as well as a brief sojourn in Siberia, but now reside just outside of Washington, DC.
Tora is a self-proclaimed eldritch gender terrorist committed to challenging normative viewpoints and outdated paradigms in all ways of life. Her work centers on the intersections of race, gender, sexuality, and mental health - - focusing on black neuroqueerness; she brings an unapologetically black and trans outlook to every party, and seeks a way back to the void that spawned her in her downtime.