She has been featured on the Nghosi Books, Femme Noir, Sistahs for Sistahs, Soulful Pen Xpressions and Kuma.com websites. Her work also appears in the Nghosi Books anthology, Longing, Lust & Loving. Her short play, The Ride, was a featured staged reading at the 3rd Annual Potpourri’s Reading Festival. She also has acted in Kimberly Q's "Erotica Monologues: Orchids" Play, and Wesley Curtis’ “Window in Harlem.”
Renair has performed extensively, as a spoken word artist, gracing stages in Atlanta , Rochester, Philadelphia and in New York City, where she hosts Speak Your Myne Harlem, a monthly open mic showcase of her creation. Just as passionate working behind the scenes, she has produced venues for Mo Beasley of UrbanErotika fame, James Saunders III, founder of Black Pride NYC, and performance artist Nhojj, among others. As a motivational speaker, she was a presenter at the Empowering Women Workshop in Charlotte, North Carolina, where she unveiled the first of her C.A.S.H. (Communicate and Accept that you have the Strength to ask for Help) series. She is also the founder of Eroticize Your Myne, a workshop focused on promoting healthy intimacy of self which taps into the sensual mind.
In 2006 Renair formed Pmyner, Ltd., a media and entertainment company created to provide services to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender literary, visual and performance arts communities. The website includes an online community forum and a radio station on which she hosted Myne Myc, an online radio talk show that profiled LGBT artists of all genres from across the globe. In 2010, Renair Amin was named one of the Top 5 Lesbian Entrepreneurs by LezNation Magazine.
Renair’s vast accomplishments have not gone unnoticed, garnering an appearance on The Best Shorts, a BETJ offering that profiles the best in African American short films. She has been a guest on the Spotlight on Jazz and Poetry radio show, Buddah’s Picks of the Week on Vocalized Ink Radio and the Black Authors Network Radio Show. Later, Renair would join the OutFM Collective as a host and associate producer on WBAI (99.5 FM) in New York .
She is also the author of her first poetry collection, Mental Silhouette (Dodi Press 2011)
She currently resides in Brooklyn, New York.
Awards:Urban Lyfe Award Winner - Best Spoken Artist Word 2010
LesNation Magazine - Top 5 Lesbian Entrepreneurs
Renair Amin is currently serving as Minister-Elect at Restoration Temple Ministries under the sheparding of Pastor Yvonne M. Harrison. She will be licensed in the Fall of 2011.