Kopper Boyd is a creative non-fiction writer focused on exploring the intersectionality that exists for queer people of color and capturing the graceful and inspiring ways that they navigate their world.
She moves from topics such as romance and sexual exploration to more complex stories. Stories of racism, discrimination, and erasure from the community, duplicity in higher education, and frailty and strain in relationships with family.
Boyd is making it her mission to transcribe these moments in order to begin conversations of healing and understanding for herself, her family, her community, and her world.
In The Press
"I was exploring the side of myself that lusted heavily after Sade Adu, Angela Bassett, and Rihanna in the worst ways."
After Them: Reflections of a Serial Monogamist