Queen Sheba’s works have been published in several anthologies
and periodicals including, Griot (2005), Skipping Stones Anthology of
Hampton Roads Poets (2004, 2005), Vibe, and Essence. She is currently
on the second ranked poetry slam team in the country and is the Red
Bull Word Clash champion '05-'06 and two time Southern Fried Regional
Grand Slam Champ. She is one of the most highly demanded performance
poets and lecturers and is a 106&Park and Apollo favorite. Her national
radio and television appearances include but are not limited to, BET,
VH1, Apollo, Robert Townsend's The Black Family Channel, Clear Channel,
Radio 1, and Infinity Radio. In addition, Queen Sheba has a cameo in
Spit; a major motion picture about the different paths of Spoken Word.
Queen Sheba founded Oya Xclusive International a record label for poets
and also founded Akoben, the only international music and poetry festival
created for people of color.