THE WOMAN BEHIND THE WORDS
Born and raised in South Florida, I am a first-generation Cuban-American and a student at the University of Central Florida studying Business Communications, with a minor in Mass Culture and Social Behavior.
I published my first book at the age of seventeen entitled "Why We Play With Fire" and sold copies internationally.
Today, my anthology can be found through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other booksellers.
Working with a variety of online and print magazines, I would describe my niche as "social commentary". Unraveling the connection of current events to preconceived cultural beliefs, I hope to bring attention to those that deserve questioning and inspire readers to create meaningful ideological change.
On my days off, you'll find me enveloped in a perception-altering memoir, painting, or traveling the world with friends and family.
And sometimes, if you're lucky, you'll catch me on a late-night drive, seeking an adventure worth writing about.
LOS MARIELITOS: INTERVIEW WITH CUBAN IMMIGRANTS
An interview about resilience and courage.
Read about Marina Garcia, a mother of two, as she recounts her story alongside daughter Millie Milone describing the hardships of life in Cuba under the Castro dictatorship, and their triumphant exodus to freedom in the United States.
YEARNING FOR MORE?
Click below to find links to articles published on several online and print platforms.
Escaping the Male Gaze
The Evolution of Perspective: Willingness to Listen
To Shave or Not To Shave
Why We Should Teach Our Sons Its Okay to Cry
Published in 2018 when she was only seventeen, Emily Seggio's poetry anthology "Why We Play With Fire" invites readers to travel through five years' worth of reflecting on passion, heartache, and forgiveness.
In this powerful poetic debut, she offers a collection of prose, poetry, and photography as she embarks on her journey of self-discovery.
Join Emily Seggio in her coming-of-age exploration of the beauty and bittersweetness of life.