Maya Washington’s poems, prose, and monologues have appeared in The Playwrights’ Center Monologues for Women (Heinemann Drama, 2005), Perigee-Apogee Journal, Prairie Schooner, Gulf Coast, Talking Stick, Angel Face, Rock Paper Scissors, Lone Star Legacy and more.

Her work is also featured in a number of anthologies. Forthcoming anthologies include The Beiging of America: Personal Narratives About Being Mixed Race in the Twenty-First Century edited by Cathy J. Scholund-Vials and Tara Betts (2Leaf Press, 2017), and Nothing To Lose But Our Chains: Black Voices on Activism, Resistance and Love edited by Marvin K. White (Justice Matters Press, 2017).

Her poem, January First, is featured in the Family Housing Fund’s ‘Home Sweet Home Again,’ touring exhibition in Minneapolis. She is the editor of White Space Poetry Anthology featuring the work of deaf and hearing poets as a companion to her award-winning short film, White Space. She regularly curates poetry readings and events featuring some of America’s most talented poets and writers.