Beatriz is the daughter of Caribbean immigrants, born on the island of Manhattan. She is a mother to little D and wife to Big D; a therapist, with special interest in international trauma, family violence and immigrant rights; and a collector of moments and thoughts though quick prose and poems. She grew up in a household practicing multiple African diasporic religions but only recently initiated into Santeria. Beatriz intends to preserve her heritage by researching, writing about and teaching others on Afro-Indigenous healing traditions in the Caribbean.
Sherronda J. Brown is a native North Carolinian with an academic background in English, Media Studies, Women’s & Gender Studies, and African American & African Diaspora Studies. She primarily writes pop culture and media analysis through a black feminist lens, and is passionate about social justice, black feminisms, and zombies. You can support her work by subscribing to her Patreon or making a one-time donation to her PayPal.
Morgan Lee is a social services professional who enjoys baking, home renovation DIY and sleeping in. She lives in the Northeast with her husband and several hundred books and albums.
Latrice Rose is a 41 year old social work professional who has spent her career working in the non-profit realm advocating for children, the elderly and the physically or cognitively disabled. She hails from the Midwest and has degrees in Psychology and Public and Non-Profit Administration.