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A Nuyorican from Queens, Jennifer Caroccio is a graduate student, poet and writer. She is currently pursuing a PhD in American Studies at Rutgers University-Newark. Where her dissertation project focuses on the narrative capabilities of Latinx graphic memoirs and comic biographies as they reclaim a Latinx subjectivity in US cultural production. You can read some of various her work online here: A Boricua Abroad; Review of Reading Lessons in Seeing; and Elevators (for Billy).