She’s co-founder of Thou Art Woman and has always been involved with community and political organizations. She’s an avid theatre geek! She also writes reviews for lesbian fiction and is the current president of the GLLN (Gay and Lesbian Lawyer Network).
PJ is a Board Member of Island City Stage
She loves to surround herself with friends and family and her amazing dog Harley.
Sheree L. Greer is a text-based artist living in Tampa, Florida. In 2014, she founded The Kitchen Table Literary Arts Center to showcase and support the work of Black women and women of color writers and is the author of two novels, Let the Lover Be and A Return to Arms. Her work has been published in First Bloom Anthology, LezTalk Anthology, VerySmartBrothas, Autostraddle, The Windy City Times, Bleed Literary Journal, and the Windy City Queer Anthology: Dispatches from the Third Coast. Sheree is a VONA/VOICES alum, Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice grantee, Yaddo fellow, and Ragdale Artist House Rubin Fellow. Her essay, “Bars” published in Fourth Genre Magazine, was nominated for a Pushcart Prize and notably named in Best American Essays 2019, and her latest essay, “None of this is Bullshit” was published at The Rumpus and featured as a best of 2020 editors’ pick. She teaches fiction, creative writing, composition, and African American Literature for St. Petetsburg College in Florida.
Detourbutterfly, aka Nikki Saraiva, is a multifaceted published artist. With a background in business, art & education, she has stretched herself across a creative map. Her outlets have consisted of dimensional mixed media art, set design, film production, fashion show production, as well as a retail business owner for 10 years. She is currently a working metal artist, her choice material being copper. She is a traveling artist exhibiting nationwide.