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The Richmond Hill Love Letter

Last December, I was invited by Bridget Bartolini, founder of the Five Boro Story Project to be a part of the culminating event of The Richmond Hill Love Letter series by sharing my love for Richmond Hill, Queens, alongside poignant storytellers: Richard S. David, Nadia Misir, Sean Kulsum and Bridget Bartolini .

I had the opportunity to share my story of growing up in Richmond Hill and my connection to the neighborhood. In my story I explored the meaning of home, my family history as well as examining the immigrant experience. For me Richmond Hill is my “keepsake box” of childhood memories and coincidentally my son’s keepsake box as well.

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About wendyang

Wendy Angulo is a New York City born Latina, raised in Caracas, Venezuela. Wendy is a mother, writer, lawyer and the founder of Wendy Angulo Productions, an organization whose goal is to support, encourage, and promote poetry and visual arts in the borough of Queens. Wendy, re-discovered her love for writing in the summer of 2011 after attending a spoken word event in Queens. She then joined the New York City Latina Writers Group where she has been an active member and has taken on the role as the organization’s Program Director. Wendy is an essayist who is currently working on her Memoir. She has read her work at several venues throughout New York City, including Nuyorican’s Poets Cafe, East Harlem Cafe, Sankofa Sisterhood, Camaradas and has been published in the online journal Mom Egg Review; she is a 2016 VONA alum and the sole creator/curator and producer of Canvas of Words, an art and poetry showcase that birthed of Wendy’s desire to bring the arts back to her beloved borough of Queens. Wendy continues to scout for new talent and build new connections to perpetuate the arts and strengthen the literary community.

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