Ep 116 | The Merry Writer Podcast

In today’s podcast, I was sadly unable to join Rachel but she had the chance to chat with our guest, author Yecheilyah Ysrayl. Yecheilyah talks all about writing black historical fiction. Enjoy the podcast:

“How Do You Approach Writing Black Historical Fiction?”

Episode 116

ABOUT YECHEILYAH YSRAYL

Yecheilyah (e-see-li-yah) Ysrayl is an Author, Book Blogger, and Poet from Chicago, Illinois. She studied Technical and Professional Writing at Chicago State University and Psychology with a minor in Child and Adolescent Studies at Argosy University, Atlanta. Yecheilyah has been writing since she was twelve years old and has published fourteen books to date, including her 2019 Award-Winning Poetry Collection I am Soul. 

Ysrayl writes to empower the Black community and hopes her work will aid in the restoration of black historical truth. Though Poetry is her first love, she also writes Black Historical Fiction, Urban Fantasy, and Inspirational Nonfiction. 

When Yecheilyah’s not writing, she enjoys spending time with her family and traveling. She hopes to visit Accra, Ghana, and Cairo, Egypt, one day.

Yecheilyah now lives in Dallas, Georgia, with her husband.

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