In the Name of Allah
Most Gracious-Most Merciful
Eshe (Aisha) Asale
Eshe (Aisha) Asale is a published freelance writer with non-fiction, fiction and poetry published in a diverse number of Magazines and Newspapers. She writes on various topics including Islam, Culture and Identity, Race and Representations, Holistic Health, Nutrition, and Independent Cinema.
Eshe has written for Iqra newspaper and is a DC Examiner. Her short story "Staying Firm" was published in the Islamic Fiction Anthology Between Love, Hope and Fear. She also writes for Demand Studios and Constant Content and is a Certified Massage Therapist and Holistic Practitioner.
Although Eshe is originally from London, UK she has been living in the USA for almost 4 years and currently resides in Washington, DC.
In her spare time, Eshe loves to do Yoga, meditate, write poetry and attend visual arts and theatre events. She enjoys travel and is always keen to learn about different cultures.
Eshe has a Bachelor of Arts in Writing and Publishing/Film Studies, and a Masters in Media and Communications.
Organization and Group Membership/Affiliations
Islamic Writers Alliance-member
Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals (ABMP)-member
Examiner.com (The color purple: Muslims call for an end to domestic abuse)
Iqra (Muslims in Europe)
Helium (Culture Clash)
In Love Hope and Fear/Anthology/Islamic Fiction (Staying Firm)
ehow (Dreadlocked styles for women)
Answerbag (How would I apply for a government grant, How do you get a healthcare interpreter certificate)
6 degrees (Continental Drifts, Four Little Girls, Floyd Webb-Digital Futures, bfm film festival)
Black Media Journal (The Life and Times of Sara Baartman/Third world Cop)
BFMmedia (Shaft/From Stereotype to Social Worker)
Presidents List 2007-2009 (Camden County College, NJ)