Bianca Cockrell is someone most might call a “young adult” who lives in Los Angeles, the greatest city in the world, and often prefers to write about herself in the third person. Here are various things to know about her:
She is currently working as a field segment producer for Shed Media, creating the newest season of Supernanny. She also serves as the Zone 10 representative on the South Robertson Neighborhoods Council.
She has done research and produced for The New York Times, Netflix, and Maverick Television, and her writing has appeared in a variety of publications like Screen Queens, Magenta Florence, La Repubblica, and Robot Butt. She has formerly worked in Congress and consulted for progressive congressional campaigns.
In her spare time, she reads a lot of essays and compiles lists of her favorites. You can subscribe to her newsletters of these and other fun things here. She is writing a novel, trying to write poetry, and takes photographs.
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The last book she read that made her cry was Housekeeping, by Marilynne Robinson, because it is so beautiful.
The last book she read that made her laugh was The Sellout, by Paul Beatty, for both similar and different reasons.
The best book she read recently was Jazz by Toni Morrison, and she kicked herself for waiting so long to do so.
If you would like her to write things for you or if you would like to recommend new books or poems, she checks her inbox firstname.lastname@example.org at least four times a day.