Dakota Parks is a freelance writer and poet. She holds a Master of Arts in English with a specialization in creative writing from the University of West Florida. In 2020, she helped revive, Feminist Spaces, an international journal of women’s, gender, and sexuality studies, and she currently serves on the board of directors for Sunday’s Child, a philanthropic LGBTQ-focused nonprofit. Recently, her poetry appeared in Someone Waits for Me, a queer documentary on aging screening at film festivals across the nation, Emerald Coast Review, The Pensacola Museum of Art, Screen Door Review, Midwest Review, and Sinister Wisdom. She currently resides in Pensacola, FL.
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"Dakota was very highly recommended to me by both colleagues and mentors in the community, and she absolutely delivered a product that will long be remembered for its sincerity, truth, and rhetorical strength. Dakota was an asset to the project, easy to work with, and I hope our paths cross again!"
— Josh Newby, President/CEO Council on Aging of West Florida