Shamecca Harris is a New York-based creative writer and teaching artist. Her essays, reportage, and experimental writing have appeared in The Rumpus, River Teeth, PANK, Apogee, midnight & indigo, and elsewhere. Her work principally focuses on issues related to race, culture, and identity.
Background & Experience
Shamecca has a BA in English from Georgetown University and an MFA in Creative Writing from the City College of New York. Prior to the MFA, she wrote and edited digital content for publishers including ABC News and The Huffington Post and worked as an editorial liaison for various Fortune 500 companies to help develop and execute their content marketing strategies. She currently teaches writing at Fordham University and the City College and explores independent creative projects in New York City.
“Being a black woman writer is not a shallow place to write from. It doesn’t limit my imagination; it expands it.”