Michaela Keeble is an Australian writer living in Aotearoa with her partner and kids. Her poetry and fiction are published widely online and in print, both Australia (Plumwood Mountain, Westerly, Southerly, Not Very Quiet, Cicerone Journal) and Aotearoa (Pantograph Punch, Spinoff Ātea, NZ Poetry Shelf, Mimicry, Capital, Geometry and Turbine). Her poems have been anthologised in the Poems in the Waiting Room series and by the Caselberg Trust.
Michaela's background is in anticolonial social justice, including climate justice, and she has worked towards these ends in community development, communications and publishing for change.
An editor, Michaela has worked for various NZ and Australian publishers, including Huia, Random House and Penguin. Michaela is also the translator of Che Guevara's The Motorcycle Diaries (HarperCollins UK) and the editor of America, My Brother, My Blood, a dialogue between the paintings of Oswaldo Guayasamín and the poetry of Pablo Neruda (Ocean Press).