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Day Sibley (b. 1992) was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada with her two older brothers and creole parents based out of Louisiana. Her body of work includes discussion on blackness, sexuality, depression, spirituality, social justices and womanhood. She interned for the Red Rock Review-Journal at CSN, and served as secretary for the Blue Sage Writers at NSC. They used to compete in local poetry slams before creating the Dream Noir Magazine in 2018. When they’re not working she’s playing photographer, web surfing various subjects, learning about Jyotish and trying to understand the works of the universe.