We’ve been too patient
Stories from Radical Mental Health
In 2019, Kelechi published her anthology with L.D. Green, We’ve Been Too Patient, which includes poetry on the subject of mental health, essays, and research.
She is currently working on a collection of poetry through memoir.
The New York Times
Home Sweet Funeral Home
Kelechi Ubozoh was the first undergraduate journalist to be published in the New York Times. Check out her 2006 article here.
Kelechi is also published in the following works:
The Bay Area in Color
Essential Truths: The Bay Area in Color is a robust and timely anthology featuring 130 BIPOC writers, poets and artists reflecting on recent and current Bay Area realities.
Endangered species, enduring values
An Anthology of San Francisco Writers and Artists of Color
Endangered Species, Enduring Values, an Anthology of San Francisco Area Writers & Artists of Color from Pease Press.
sParkle + blink
Kelechi is featured in
sPARKLE + bLINK through Quiet Lightning. The live performance can be seen
Trauma tresses & truth
Untangling Our Hair Through Personal Narratives
Kelechi is featured in Trauma, Tresses & Truth: Untangling Our Hair Through Personal Narratives Through Chicago Press
When we exhale
An Anthology of Black Women: Rooted in ancestral medicine
Kelechi Ubozoh is featured in When We Exhale
digital futures in mind
Reflecting on Technological Experiments in Mental Health & Crisis Support
Digital Futures in Mind: Reflecting on Technological Experiments in Mental Health & Crisis Support By: Jonah Bossewitch, Lydia X.Z. Brown, Piers Gooding, Leah Harris, James Horton, Simon Katteri, Keris Myrick, Kelechi Ubozoh & Alberto Vasquez