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Kyandreia Jones received a Creative Writing BFA from Hamilton College in Clinton, New York. She was born and raised in South Florida. When she thinks of home she likes to muse that she is in a “sunshine state of mind.” Jones’ poetry and prose has been published in various college literary publications and magazines such as Red Weather, Grasping Roots, The Black List Journal and The Underground. Opportunities like having her first short story “At Home” published by Living Spring Publishers in Stories Through the Ages, College Edition 2017 inspired Jones to take her writing to new heights. Working for Choose Your Own Adventure has been the highlight of Jones’ career and she cannot wait to see what other adventures await her! Jones values reading, writing, laughing, and promoting universal kindness. She lives in the Miami area with her dog, Noble.

The Portrayal of Women in Netflix’s 365 Days is Disappointing but Unsurprising

Too often women have been characterized as femme fatales, dangerous temptresses and damsels in distress. Women such as Eve, Helen of Troy, Medusa are a few iconic examples that have appeared throughout (his)story. If a woman is not a “sinner,” a “whore,” or a “monster,” then she is represented as weak, fragile and eternally in…

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Escapism or self-care? The complicated role of streaming platforms amid the pandemic

In the first six months of 2020, there have been many social, political and economic events that have undoubtedly led to mental, physical and emotional trauma all over the globe. In the U.S. alone, there was a fatal plane crash that killed NBA legend Kobe Bryant and eight other beloved individuals; President Trump was impeached…

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