Khadija Anderson returned in 2008 to her native Los Angeles after 18 years exile in Seattle. Her poetry has been published extensively in print and online. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Antioch University L.A. In 2009 Khadija was a Pushcart Prize Nominee, and her first book History of Butoh was published October 2012 by Writ Large Press. Her chapbook Cul-de-sac: an american childhood was published with Ethel in June 2020. Khadija is currently one of two Poets Laureate of Altadena, CA. She currently lives in the mountains of the Iberian Peninsula.
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