Nnenna Onwukwe is a DC Native who moved back to her favorite city after graduating with a degree in English and Film Studies from St. Mary's College of Maryland. A previous preschool teacher, Nnenna's decided to take the switch into DC's film and writing societies. She enjoys re-watching Star Trek Voyager episodes, creating work that focus on queer Africans, and eating as much fries as humanly possible.
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Tiffani Gomez is an afro-latina interdisciplinary artist born and raised in Washington DC. She spent many of her influential years between southern California and Florida. She later found her way back to the DC area and attended Montgomery College with a AFA in Studio Art. From welding, weaving, pointalism to large format she often jumps head first into anything that piques her creative interests. You can find her engaging in artistic forum, working and volunteering throughout the area.
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Soph Bonde is a native Washingtonian (DC) who lives in the city. She is also freelance photo editor and photographer. Soph previously worked in development at the Smithsonian Institution where she learned the basics of fundraising and non-profit work. She enjoys macaroni and cheese and lives her life dedicated between Argot and her 100lbs Alaskan Malamute.
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Dena Rod is a writer born in the Bay Area to parents displaced from Iran. Dena and their wife lived in San Francisco until recently displaced across the bay. Dena enjoys long city walks in search of street art, community connections, and dogs to pet. A graduate of San Francisco State University, they have a Master’s Degree in English Literature. They are currently the managing editor at Argot Literary Magazine. You can find more of their work in CCSF’s Forum Literary Magazine and the upcoming anthology Iran Musings and Endangered Species of San Francisco.
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Helena Bonde has been writing her whole life, from a journaling pre-teen to her current work on her second Masters in children's literature. She's worked as an editor for numerous online and print publications, and has edited more papers than you'd care to know.
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Nino Porter-Lupu is not from there, but they probably speak the language. An immigrant and long-time professional foreigner, they have edited, translated, and written in countries around the world - everything from surrealist poetry to medical records and witness statements.
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