Naima Yael Tokunow (neé Woods) is the editor of the Black Voices Prose series at Jaded Ibis Press. See her vision for this series and how to submit your work here. She is also an educator and writer, currently living in New Mexico. Her work and life focus around interrogating black femme identity, social justice and black futurity. She is the author of the chapbook, MAKE WITNESS, published in 2016 by Zoo Cake Press. She is a three-time Pushcart Prize nominee, a TENT Residency Fellow & has attended The Home School workshop. She proudly edits the Black Voice Series for Puerto del Sol and is a poetry reader for Nat. Brut. New work is published or forthcoming from Bone Bouquet, The Shade Journal, Bayou Magazine, DIAGRAM, and others. She is blessed to be black and alive.
Email Naima at: firstname.lastname@example.org