Collection: Michaela Keeble
Michaela Keeble is a white Australian writer living in Aotearoa with her partner and children.
Her chapbook intertidal about change underway in our oceans was published in early 2020 and she has a children’s book, co-authored with her son Kerehi Grace and illustrated by Tokerau Brown, forthcoming from Gecko Press in 2022. Watch out for Paku Manu Ariki Whakatakapōkai!
Michaela's anticolonial poetry has been published and anthologised widely, including in Intimate Relations: Communicating in the Anthropocene (Lexington Press, 2021), No Other Place to Stand (AUP, 2022); and Not Very Quiet (Recent Work Press, 2021). Her poetry & fiction have appeared in Pantograph Punch, Capital, The Spinoff, Newsroom, Cordite, Plumwood, Westerly & elsewhere.
Michaela is a guest poet at the 2022 Brisbane Writers Festival. Find out more at her writer's website: www.michaelakeeble.com.
"i'm committed to undermining whiteness and the colonial project with every word."