Freesia McKee is a poet and essayist who writes about gender and power. Headmistress Press published Freesia’s first chapbook How Distant the City in 2017. How Distant the City is now available on the Headmistress online store and from Amazon.com. Her series of post-election poems For the Immediate Aftermath is available online. Freesia’s words have appeared in cream city review, The Feminist Wire, Painted Bride Quarterly, Huffington Post, Gertrude, Rust Magazine, New Verse News, Burdock, Lavender Review, If You Can Hear This: Poems in Protest of an American Inauguration, The Wanderer, Sundress Press’s Political Punchanthology, and many other journals, anthologies, magazines, and websites. Freesia lives in North Miami. She is pursuing an MFA in poetry at Florida International University and reads submissions for Gulf Stream Magazine.