Khalisa Rae

Instructor & Writer
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Khalisa Rae is a poet and journalist in Durham, NC that speaks with furious rebellion. She is the author of Ghost in a Black Girl's Throat.  Her essays are featured in Autostraddle, Catapult, LitHub, and others. Her poetry appears in Frontier Poetry, Florida Review, Rust & Moth, PANK, Hellebore, Sundog Lit, and HOBART. Currently, she serves as Assistant Editor for Glass Poetry and co-founder of Think in Ink and the Women of Color Speak reading series. Her second collection Unlearning Eden is forthcoming from White Stag Publishing. Follow at @k_lisarae on Twitter. Her website is khalisarae.com

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