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About Steven Underwood
Hi. My name is Steven. I do the unexpected.
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Bio: Hailing from Columbus, Ohio, Steven Underwood is an award-winning writer with a penchant for finding the magic in the hypercritical world. Honest to his experiences, Underwood has published essays on Blackness and identity with Oprah Magazine, BET, LEVEL, MTV News, Essence, Cassius Life, and Banango Street, including an essay entitled “I Should’ve Talked Black” and other critical voyages into race and masculinity. Some of his works include Bisexual Fathers Can Undo the Damage We Inherit From Our Fathers, Black Boys and Bird-Chests, or the Racialized Legacy of Body Dysmorphia in African-American Men, There is An Imbalance Of Who Gets To Be Black, Happy and Well in Our Community, and Is Black Excellence Killing Us? He has no dogs or cats, but two nieces and a nephew who swear they are smarter than him.