Rhonda Jackson Joseph, a writer, editor, family woman, and educator from Texas imports in her online biography that the most intense, physical experiences she's had has prompted her foray into horror writing. It's no surprise that managing the unpleasant aspects of the human condition is sometimes best rectified by an investigation of why horror makes us tick. With published short story titles like “A Woman’s Work,” “To Give Her Whatsoever She May Ask,” and “Mama’s Babies,” is where Rhonda's intuitive nature in gender and reproduction as tangible terror sparkles. Rhonda's critical analysis gets into Black femininity, vampires, and her fascination with the present-absence of Black femininity in Get Out . With this new knowledge in horror scholarship, Rhonda's been recognized on an international scale and has presented her researched theories across the globe. When her bags are unpacked, she's serving as an assistant professor of English at Lone Star College.