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Belinda Cai is a writer and journalist. She has an M.S. degree in journalism & communications from the University of Southern California (Annenberg). She is currently a copy writer/content strategist for AvatarLabs, a creative agency in Los Angeles that works with the film and television industry.

She previously worked as the assistant producer for NPR Member Station WVXU‘s longform show, Cincinnati Edition. Her freelance work for the station has been on Morning Edition and All Things Considered.

Belinda is a contributor for VICE, has been published in Bitch Media and has a radio documentary on PRX featured on Bitch Media’s Popaganda Podcast/Portland Public Radio, XRAY.fm. Belinda regularly contributed to CityBeat, Cincy Magazine and Acro Collective.

She was the lead content editor of INHAILER, a startup that brings local music and arts to a radio/digital platform. She hosted and produced the live talk show “Brat Chat with Belinda Cai,” which aired Monday-Friday for an hour each day.

Her collection of poems “Girl Who’s Been Hurt” is published in ENTROPY Magazine. She also has a poem published in issue 14 of REALITY HANDS called “Glowing Dust.” Belinda is working on a full-length anthology of poems and essays, as well as a memoir.

She guest-taught a journalism course at Wright State University on 9/6/17. She was featured in an AJ+ video.

Belinda started an independent podcast about crying and made a short documentary about zines. You can listen to her music here/follow her band page here.

Tell her your story/e-mail her at belindafcai@gmail.com. View her LinkedIn here. Tweet at her here.

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