Candice Iloh is a poet, creative writer, and educator residing in Brooklyn, NY whose work has appeared in Insight Magazine, Blackberry Magazine, Fjords Review, The Black Youth Project, The Grio, and For Harriet. She is a VONA fellowship recipient and the Managing Editor of Quiet Lunch Magazine. When she is not writing or working with young people, she dances.
- Tired (Fighting Cancer with Poetry)
- DO I STILL GOT IT. (Fjords)
- Why I'm Not Here for the Abusive Language of Respectability Politics (For Harriet)
- Deborah Cox was the bright spot in film that seemed more about Bobby than Whitney (The Grio)