Keisha Cassel

Keisha (she/they) is grappling with the mortifying ordeal of being known and sometimes writes poetry. Currently based in Boston, MA they received their MA in Creative Writing from Royal Holloway, University of London, and have an BA in Music from Smith College. Keisha is a 2019 Fulbright Semifinalist and a 2020/2021 Pushcart prize nominee. You can find their work in Kissing Dynamite Journal, The Shade Journal,  and their micro-chap Constructs (Ghost City Press.)


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Constructs  Ghost City Press

The Fat Black Woman Performs a Vanishing Act Surging Tide Magazine 

An Algorithm to Undo | Red Ogre Review

On Subjugation | Kissing Dynamite Poetry

A Sketch Through Longing | The Shade Journal – 2021 Fall / Winter Issue

Transformative Assets | Call + Response Vol II: Folklore

How to Dissociate: When Will Our Memories Return From War | Olney Magazine

A Case Study of Beethoven’s Nine Symphonies | Variety Pack: Voices of Pride

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