George Kevin Jordan is a writer based out of New York. He is currently executive editor at Bleulife Media, as well as a contributing writer at Black Art in America. In between searches for beach locations for vacations, he can be spotted watching as much theater as possible. Find him at georgekevinjordan.com or hit him up on Twitter @GKJWrites.
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