RSK's writing includes a variety of forms and is influenced by the language and landscapes of the Caribbean, Africa, and the USA, as well as lyric and “spoken-word” traditions.

Her poetry has appeared in well over a dozen journals and anthologies. To read RSK's work, look between the pages of journals such as Xcp: Cross-Cultural Poetics, Macomère, and The Americas Review; anthologies such as Surviving in the Hour of Darkness: The Health & Wellness of Women of Colour and Indigenous Women, Bittersweet: Contemporary Black Women's Poetry, and Beyond the Frontier: Africa-American Writing for the 21st Century.

This image is of the chapbook Codeswitching created in a limited edition of 50. Codeswitching is handmade, and each cover is unique.

Samples of RSK's poetry are available on and by request.