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Ravynn K. Stringfield is a Ph.D. candidate in American Studies and Africana Studies graduate affiliate at William & Mary. She is a writer, scholar, and digital human(ist).

“I am deliberate and afraid of nothing.”

-Audre Lorde

About

Ravynn K. Stringfield is a Ph.D. candidate in American Studies and Africana Studies graduate affiliate at William & Mary. Her dissertation project focuses on Black women and girls as creators and protagonists of new media narrative that are futuristic, fantastic and/or digital in nature.

Her writing practice also includes blogging, crafting essays and drafting novels and short stories. You can find her written work across the Internet, though most notably on her weekly blog, Black Girl Does Grad Schooland her freelance work has appeared in Black Youth Project, Wear Your Voice, ZORA, and Catapult.

Her fiction is represented by Leah Pierre of Ladderbird Agency.

When she’s not writing, she can be found posted up in local coffeeshops, trying out new beginner asanas in a yoga studio or telling her dog, Genghis, all about her Lois Lane obsession.


“I was never meant to fly…”

-Eve L. Ewing, Riri Williams: Ironheart #1

Contact

Admittedly, the best way to make sure I see and respond to your message is to DM me on Twitter (@RavynnKaMia).

But I also respond to ravynn@ravynnkstringfield.com