Elaine Musiwa is a Zimbabwean-born writer who currently lives in the Bronx. She writes about black identity and the lives of immigrant families. Her writing has appeared in Vogue, Allure, New York Magazine, and Ebony. She's received a summer fellowship in creative writing at Rutgers- Camden University and is currently at work on a book of fiction and a collection of personal essays.
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Duane Bailey-Castro is a self-taught photographer and a lifelong Bronx resident, who specializes in urban landscape and travel photography. His main focus is… more
I am a multidisciplinary artist who works in photography, video and sculpture. I received my B.A. from Hunter College in 1994 and completed the Whitney Museum Independent… more