Naomi Day (she/her) is a queer Black woman who enjoys interrogating the strange ways her mixed-race experience has shaped the way she moves through the world. She primarily writes Afro-centric futurist fiction of varying lengths, and her writing typically centers on queerness, spirituality named and unnamed, broken and found families, and the liminality inherent in her identities. Her work has appeared in Black Warrior Review, The Seventh Wave, and PANK Magazine. She’s part of the Clarion West class of 2020/22 and has been an Uncanny Magazine staff member since 2020, most recently serving as Senior Assistant Editor. She much prefers the nomadic life when possible, finding home in cities from Seattle to London and in the movement of the land everywhere in between. Find her mostly inactive on Twitter @thenaomiday.