Nina Gaby is a writer, visual artist, and advanced practice nurse who specializes in addiction and psychiatry. Her essays, fiction, prose poetry, and articles have been published in numerous anthologies, journals and magazines, and her artwork is held in various collections, including the Smithsonian, Arizona State University and Rochester Institute of Technology. Her anthology, Dumped: Stories of Women Unfriending Women was published in 2015. She exhibits her mixed-media widely in New England, and maintains a clinical practice in psychiatry. In addition to a Master’s degree in Psych-Mental Health nursing, Gaby holds bachelor’s degrees in Fine Arts and Nursing, offers trainings, workshops, and has taught at several universities. More information at www.ninagaby.com.
Pact Press is proud to include “Bring Back the Batakas: The Long View,” by Nina Gaby, in our upcoming anthology, Fury: Women’s Lived Experiences in the Age of Trump.