Kenesha Williams is an independent author, screenwriter, speaker, and Founder/Editor-in-Chief of Black Girl Magic Lit Mag.
She took to heart the advice, "If you don't see a clear path for what you want, sometimes you have to make it yourself," and created a Speculative Fiction Literary Magazine featuring characters that were representative of herself and other women she identified with. She has happily parlayed her love for the weird and the macabre into Black Girl Magic Literary Magazine, finding the best in undiscovered talent in Speculative Fiction.
Kenesha has been a panelist and speaker at StokerCon, the Horror Writers of America convention; Boskone, the longest-running science fiction & fantasy convention in New England; ECBACC, the East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention; the 2017 African Americans Expo, and BSAM, the Black Speculative Arts Movement convention.
She has been interviewed by Black Nerd Problems, and several podcasts: Katara’s Café, Cinema After Dark, Talking with Authors, SORMAG’s Writers Café, Minister Faust’s Galaxy, and RCR Reviews. As an, essayist she has written for, Time Magazine’s millennial imprint, Motto. Kenesha is also a screenwriter who is in pre-production on a horror based web series and a short horror film.
An Army Brat who’s travelled the world, she currently lives in the DC Metro Area.