Loiza's identity crisis spins her
into another dimension of her Afro-Latino ancestry.
Nicole Negrón is a fiction novelist, short story writer, and museum professional from Jersey City, New Jersey. Her published works include “A Dream,” “Faith and Dandelion Seeds,” and “Evermore.” She writes thrillers, drama, speculative fiction, and mysteries that center on family, women, and BIPOC communities.
Negrón is passionate about writing, reading, and providing accessible and educational enrichment experiences for the community. She has a Bachelor of Arts in English and History from Misericordia University, and Master of Arts degrees in Museum Studies from Johns Hopkins University and a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from Wilkes University. When she isn’t writing or reading, she spends time with her husband, sons, doggo, and the rest of her large family.