Alexis Teyie is a Kenyan writer and feminist. Her poetry is included in the Jalada Afrofuture(s) and Language issues, and Black Girl Seeks. Her short fiction is published in Short Day Africa’s Water and GALA’s Queer Africa II. She has also appeared in Omenana, Q-zine, This is Africa, Writivism, African Feminist Forum, Anathema: Spec from the Margins, and HOLAA’s safe sex manual. Teyie recently coauthored a children’s book, Shortcut. She currently works in development and is a poetry editor with Enkare Review. She is the author of the chapbook “Clay Plates: Broken Records of Kiswahili Proverbs” included in New-Generation African Poets: A Chapbook Box Set (Tano).