Kevin Anglade is a writer, poet, scholar, educator and publisher from Queens, New York. He started taking writing seriously at the age of 21 and since then uses his many talents as a way to educate and promote self-expression. In the summer of 2018, Anglade took residency in Takoradi, Ghana as he was selected to take part in Limited Resources Teacher Training, a fellowship that takes teachers to various countries to provide instructional training and resources as a form of equitable exchange. Anglade holds a Bachelors and Masters from the City University of New York in English literature (Brooklyn & Queens College). He is a professor in the General Ed Studies Department at Goodwin College in East Hartford, and currently teaches English and History at the Ethel Walker School in Simsbury, Connecticut. He enjoys reading, writing, jogging, stand-up comedy and is the author of the forthcoming poetry collection, "A Flower That Rose" (2021).