Editors of Color Database

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Title
First Name
Kesha
Middle Name
Last Name
Grant
Pronouns
Company
City/Town
Atlanta
Province/Territory

Professional Info

Bio
Kesha is a Georgia based writer and editor whose projects include picture books, middle grade and young adult fiction / non-fiction and folklore. Prior to launching a writing career, Kesha spent many years as a Language Arts and history middle school teacher. Her first nonfiction text, Women in the Civil Rights Movement, published by Scholastic, debuted in 2020. She was bitten by the writing bug in middle school when she entered her first writing contest. Kesha didn’t win the contest, but her love for writing stuck. She received her MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from Hamline University. Kesha also holds a master’s degree in education. When not writing, she enjoys cooking, yoga, and spending time with her family.
Areas of Expertise
Children/Family, Diversity, Feminism, Folklore/Mythology, Literature/Books, Marginalized Communities, Social Sciences, Society/Culture, Writing
Other Areas
Nonfiction Genres
Children’s & Young Adult Books, Creative Nonfiction (Literary), Historical
Fiction Genres
Action/Adventure, Children’s & Young Adult Books, Fantasy, Historical, Horror, Mythology
Editorial and Adjacent Services
Coaching (Writing), Developmental Editing, Fact Checking, Line Editing, Manuscript Evaluation, Research, Sensitivity Reading, Writing
Other Services
Types of Media
Articles/Blogs, Biographies/Memoirs, Books, Comic Books, Essays, Newsletters, Novels
Other Media
Other Skills
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