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If you are interested in learning more about the books I’ve written and edited, click here.
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If you’d like to learn about my plays you can click here. Write me at KhadijahOnline at gmail [dot] com if you would like to commission me to write a play.
I am also available for speaking and facilitating opportunities. Learn more here.
I am also a professional actor and singer. I am a member of the Washington Area Music Association and ASCAP. Booking info is here.
If you are interested in more information regarding Liberated Muse Arts Group and would like to book one of our productions, please contact us at LiberatedMuseArts [at] gmail dot com. You can visit Liberated Muse’s site here.
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Below is a standard arts bio for all interested:
Khadijah “Moon” Ali-Coleman is founder of Liberated Muse Arts Group, a production house for cultural arts events. She will be directing and producing In Her Words, as well as portraying the legendary Lena Horne for the 2014 season. Besides In Her Words, two of her full-length original plays have been produced, her second play Running: AMOK debuting in the 2010 Capital Fringe Fest. Two of her 10-minute plays have been produced, performed by the defunct theater company The Saartjie Project as part of their “Deconstructing the Myth of the Booty” tour 2008-2010.
She has an extensive resume in the performing arts, appearing as a performer on numerous stages across the country. As an actor and poet, she has won awards and recognition for her moving work as a performer, producing artist and wordsmith, awarded recognition as a “Woman of Power” from eMedia in 2011, and in 2012 recognized by the Prince George’s County, Maryland Innovation Fund as a “Top Forty UNDER 40″ awardee in the Arts & Humanities and a 2012 Artist of Distinction by the organization Womanifesting, Inc.
She edited the books Liberated Muse Volume I: How I Freed My Soul (Outskirts Press, 2009) and Liberated Muse Volume II: Betrayal Wears a Pretty Face (Liberated Muse Publications, 2012) and released her first poetry chapbook Revisionist Tale in 2010. She has appeared in numerous books, journals and creative writing online sites. Since then, she has worked with numerous writers as a creativity coach and freelance editor. Currently, she serves as an adjunct faculty member at Northern Virginia Community College in their department of Communication Studies and Theater. She is a Reflections Magazine faculty advisor at Prince George’s Community College.
As a singer, she has appeared on the television show Showtime at the Apollo and was a winner during Amateur Night at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York. Her single “Unbound” can be downloaded from iTunes.
Below is a standard writer’s bio for all interested:
Khadijah Z. Ali-Coleman is a writer who’s bylines have appeared in print and digital media since 2006. She has written news for Ebony.com, The Washington Informer, and Capital Community News publications. As an arts writer, she has served as writer and contributing editor to SoulTrain.com, SoulBounce.com and East of the River magazine.
As a digital innovator, she created the online community LiberatedMuse.com in 2008 which existed for five years as a space for literary, performance and visual artists to network and collaborate. She continues to maintain the Liberated Muse blog and produce events through Liberated Muse Arts Group. She edited the books Liberated Muse Volume I: How I Freed My Soul (Outskirts Press, 2009) and Liberated Muse Volume II: Betrayal Wears a Pretty Face (Liberated Muse Publications, 2012) and released her first poetry chapbook Revisionist Tale in 2010. In 2011 eMedia recognized her as Woman of Power in Media.
Currently, she serves as an adjunct faculty member at Northern Virginia Community College in their department of Communication Studies and Theater. She is a Reflections Magazine faculty advisor at Prince George’s Community College.