Khalisa Rae is a poet and journalist in Durham, NC that speaks with furious rebellion. Her essays are featured in Autostraddle, Catapult, LitHub, as well as articles in B*tch Media, NBC-BLK, and others. Her poetry appears in Frontier Poetry, Florida Review, Rust & Moth, PANK, Hellebore, Sundog Lit, HOBART, among countless others. She is the winner of the Bright Wings Poetry contest, the Furious Flower Gwendolyn Brooks Poetry Prize, and the White Stag Publishing Contest, among other honors. Currently, she serves as Assistant Editor for Glass Poetry and is founder of Think in Ink and Women Speak. Her debut collection Ghost in a Black Girls Throat will be released on April 13, 2021 from Red Hen Press, and Unlearning Eden in Jan 2022 from White Stag Publishing. Follow here at @k_lisarae on Twitter. Find more information at khalisarae.com.