Angelique V. Nixon is a Bahamian writer, cultural critic, teacher, community worker, and poet. Currently, she teaches in the Department of English and Creative Writing at Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania. Her work as a scholar and poet has been published widely in academic and creative journals, namely Anthurium, Black Renaissance Noire, Caribbean Erotic, Journal of Caribbean Literatures, MaComere, ProudFlesh, and small axe salon. Alongside her academic and creative work, Angelique is deeply invested in community organizing and grassroots activism and is involved with a number of community-based projects. Namely, she serves as co-chair on the board of the Caribbean Region of the International Resource Network, which connects activists, researchers, and artists who do work on diverse genders and sexualities; and she is on the core team of the grassroots healing collective Ayiti Resurrect. As her multi-layered commitments suggest, Angelique strives through her teaching, writing, and community activism to create and envision radical social change.