Freesia McKee

Freesia McKee writes poetry, prose, and genres in-between. She’s the essays editor at South Florida Poetry Journal and a regular contributor to the Ploughshares blog. Freesia’s work has appeared in Flyway, Bone Bouquet, So to Speak, Tinderbox Poetry Journal, Painted Bride Quarterly, CALYX, About Place Journal, and the Ms. Magazine Blog. Her poetry chapbook How Distant the City was published by Headmistress Press. She teaches poetry, hybrid forms, and micro-memoir classes on the homelands of the Miami people and other Indigenous nations, a place also known as Fort Wayne, Indiana. Freesia welcomes you to connect with her online at or through Twitter at @freesiamckee.