Myles E. Johnson is a writer located in Atlanta, Georgia. His work spans between critical and personal essays, children’s literature and speculative fiction. Johnson focuses on black and queer identities, and specifically, the intersection of the two. Johnson’s work has been featured in NBCBLK, Huffington Post, Out Magazine and The Guardian.

What I'm Listening To: 

jazz, trap music, jazz, disco, jazz, nina simone, miles davis, john coltrane, sarah vaughn, dinah washington, gil scott-heron, fela kunti, detty davis, beyoncé, erykah badu, alabama shakes, fiona apple, joni mitchell, prince, & jazz.

What I'm Watching: 

documentaries.

What I'm Reading: 

audre lorde, bell hooks, toni morrison, james baldwin, octavia e. butler, samuel r. delany, alice walker, warsan shire & nikki giovanni.

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