I've Seen Love Die

Nona’s been estranged from her family for the past 10 years. When Nona made the decision to come out to her Mormon family about her sexuality the family persecuted her in front of the entire church, and she was excommunicated. Nona lost everything she ever knew with the raise of her father’s hand to cast the final vote of excommunication.

B. Danielle Watkins, author, screen-writer, and film maker, was born and raised in Buffalo, New York. Growing up in Buffalo she was exposed to many different variations of the arts including stage, and film. She began writing at the age of 9 starting with poems and short stories. In 2000, at the age of 15, Ms. Watkins had her first poem published in the “Poetry Gems

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