Oluwatomisin Oredein is a Th.D. student at Duke University Divinity School. Her work focuses on Christian theology and ethics, African feminism, womanist theology and ethics, and black and postcolonial theologies. She is an editor for The Marginalia Review of Books, a Los Angeles Review of Books site, where some of her work can be found. She also writes poetry that speaks to black identity, belonging, and dispossession. She is the author of the chapbook, i have stared down winters. She was part of the summer 2015 Writing to Change the World writing workshop at the Collegeville Institute.