B.A., The Evergreen State College, 2007
M.F.A., Antioch University Los Angeles, 2010
Khadija Anderson returned in 2008 to her native Los Angeles after 18 years exile in Seattle. Khadija's poetry has been published in Pale House, The Ticket, Altadena Library Poetry Anthology, The Ark Magazine, Unfettered Verse, Washington Poets Association's online whispers & [Shouts], CommonLine Project, Here & Now, Gazoobitales, Qarrtsiluni, Gutter Eloquence, Unlikely 2.0, The Citron Review, Killpoet, Short, Fast & Deadly, and Wheelhouse 9. Khadija was a 2009 Pushcart Prize Nominee and she holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Antioch University Los Angeles. Her first book of poetry, The History of Butoh, will be published fall 2012 by Writ Large Press.
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How did Evergreen help you in your career?
Focused me into writing and helped me decide to attend a Masters in Creative Writing program.