Roseangelina Baptista

Roseangelina Baptista is an American-Brazilian, newly aspiring literary voice of multicultural heritage. Currently based in Central Florida, she is also a bilingual freelance writer with interests in promoting poetry and mindfulness for society and in reviving Indo-Portuguese literature. Her essay Bojja Tharakam: A Brazilian Perspective was published by Bojja Tharakam Trust, Hyderabad, 2018. Her poetry first appeared in the Joao Roque Literary Journal’s June 2019 issue, Adelaide Literary Magazine’s November 2019 issue, and Change: A Space Coast Writer’s Guild Anthology December, 2019.

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