885730_10206447453964156_2760724292405099826_oKhadija Anderson returned in 2008 to her native Los Angeles after 18 years exile in Seattle. Khadija’s poetry has been published in Switched-on Gutenberg, About Place, Unfettered Verse, Qarrtsiluni, Gutter Eloquence, Killpoet, Wheelhouse 9, and many other online and print journals and anthologies. Khadija was a Pushcart Prize Nominee and her first book of poetry, History of Butoh, was published by Writ Large Press. She runs a monthly social justice themed literary series in Pasadena, Poets & Allies for Resistance, and can be found at khadijaanderson.com.

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