Born in Washington D.C., Jordan Taliha McDonald is a writer, editor, and student from the DMV studying history and English at Dartmouth College. Her essays, criticism, commentary, reviews, fiction, and poetry has been published in HuffPost, Artsy, The Offing, Africa is a Country, Bitch Media, Smithsonian Voices, Baltimore Sun, Teen Vogue, and more.
Podcasts (Still Processing, Lose Your Sister, Longform, Bad Gays)
Music (Bbymutha, Giveon, Kyle Dion, Kelela, Flo Milli, City Girls)
TV Shows (Married at First Sight, RHOP, P-Valley, Mindhunter)
Sula (Toni Morrison), Charisma and the Fictions of Black Leadership (Erica R. Edwards), White Negroes (Lauren Michele Jackson), Revolutionary Suicide (Huey Newton), and Amalgamation Schemes (Jared Sexton)