Niema Foxe has been an avid reader and writer since the age of 9. She is a fan of the written and spoken word, has written poetry, short stories, and circulated her Uranian Times Newsletter and Niema’s Monthly Forecast from 1995 to 2005. She recited her poetry live and recorded at local Philly ‘underground’ college radio stations WKDU-FM and WRTI-FM, as well as enacted performance pieces upon joining a local poetry group, coined Today’s Black Writers, where they performed at dinner-theater clubs, museums, and even by bringing their original brand of showcasing poetry in playwright-form to several prison systems. Through contacts made with WRTI, Niema was invited to co-host talk show, Metamorphosis, with then-host, Ron Alexander, where they discussed issues and concerns of the day, as well as interviewed top political figures in the community. She went on to cowrite a play, Moving Right Along, with a fellow writer and poet. Also during this time, she performed in a local band as a vocalist and worked on albums as a backup vocalist. Due to her overlying creative urges, Niema also designs by hand various artistic fashion and accessory items for sale on her ecommerce websites. The overall theme of her life is dedicated to creativity, as she states: “I have been blessed with the gift of creativity. I believe if one is given a special gift, they should share that gift, and I intend to do so in as many ways possible.” Given her abundance of faith and confidence in her own self and gifts, and the love that she incorporates into her work, Niema is bound to succeed, and to share that Love of Life and Hope and Spirit with all. Please visit http://www/NiemaFoxe.com for more info.