Angel Eduardo is a writer, musician, and photographer from Northern New Jersey. He has published prose in Mr. Beller's Neighborhood and The Caribbean Writer; poetry in NJCU’s PATHs literary journal, The Cross Review, Walking is Still Honest Press, and Label Me Latino Journal; and has read publicly at various New York and New Jersey events. He holds a Master of Fine Arts for Memoir from CUNY Hunter College.
His photographs have been published in The Olivetree Review and exhibited at various shows in Northern New Jersey, most notably Jersey City’s Casa Colombo as part of the Eye Write photography exhibit, and at the Oakeside Bloomfield Cultural Center as part of and event called The Photographic Code. Angel has also provided cover art for books, including Personal Effects: Essays on Memoir, Teaching and Culture in the Work of Louise DeSalvo for Fordham University Press, which makes use of his photograph entitled “Early Bird.”
Angel has been writing and performing music as a guitarist and vocalist since the age of 15, and has performed at numerous venues in the tri-state area and beyond. His former band, Blue Food, released a full-length album and joined the line-up of 2014’s Mantrabash outdoor festival in Ferguson, North Carolina. Angel has also performed as a solo singer/songwriter, and is currently planning the release of his first solo material.