Frankie Concepcion is a writer from the Philippines currently living in the US. Her fiction and poetry have been published internationally, both online and in print, in editorials such as Straylight Literary Magazine, The Fat City Review, Literary Orphans, and many others. Her essays have appeared in Vagabond City Lit Review, Rappler, and The Toast. She is also the founder of GUNITA, an online collective for Filipino artists, and has been featured in various schools and events in the Boston Area to speak about her work and writing. She is passionate about education, feminism, and literature, and much of her work in the US has been with immigrant and inner-city high school students.