Jordannah Elizabeth is an American author, music and arts critic, editor, and folk soul musician. Elizabeth is also a civil rights and feminist writer who often offers commentary on racial and gender issues in America. She has interviewed notable writers and musicians such as Talib Kweli, Saul Williams covering topics of race, class and cultural appropriation. She is the founder and director of Publikprivate.org, a literary nonprofit organization that helps musicians, arts and culture journalists and creative writers find jobs and internships. The blog has featured contributors like Pulitzer Prize winner, Mark Fritz, Cat Power music director, Gregg Foreman and film director, Lee Davis.
She is the author of "Don't Lose Track Vol 1: 40 Articles, Essays and Q&As” published by UK based publisher Zero Books.