Erin Rae Threlkheld
Erin Rae Threlkeld is a West Chicagoland suburb native. She was raised in a middle class family and is in an ongoing journey to explore intersections of culture, gender, faith and social class within the African American community. Her work reflects her experience with spaces that question identity. She aspires to be a voice for young Black girls living untold stories in normative groups. Through her writings Erin hopes to provoke questions people have about the conditions that’ve shaped Black communities globally. She’s currently a graduate instructor and MFA student at Columbia College Chicago.