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Cave Canem fellow Aisha Sharif reads from her work at the 2010 Cave Canem retreat.
Cave Canem Fellow Gives Voice to the King of Pop
First-year Cave Canem fellow Aisha Sharif reads three poems, including two about the late Michael Jackson, at this summer's Cave Canem retreat.
Aisha Sharif received her MFA in poetry from Indiana University, Bloomington. Her work has appeared in Muslim Wakeup!, Touchstone Literary Journal, Poemmemoirstory, Callaloo, and is forthcoming in Mythium. She currently lives in Kansas City, Missouri.