Myles E. Johnson is a writer and artist living in Brooklyn. Named “One of the greatest writers of this generation” by Janelle Monáe, he is the author of children’s book, LARGE FEARS, that centers a Black queer child. His work has been featured on platforms like The New York Times, NPR, Vice, Buzzfeed, Out, and Essence. Johnson is the founder of countercultural digital zine, Queer Quarantine. Above all else, he is dedicated to spreading love.