Born into a military family, she has traveled extensively. She has been an advocate for people with disabilities, victims of violence, and for children and families. These experiences have added a unique flavor and dimension to her poetry and presentation that is difficult to find. Adeke Rose has performed in theatre, at open mics, at conferences, victim rights events, Black history events, Formal dinners and in other venues across the country. Adeke Rose's has two albums Autobiography of a Rose (2010) and Wounded Kings and Warrior Women (2013/remix 2015). She has been published in journals, newsletters and magazines. Adeke Rose has four books/chapbooks. To purchase or for more information email from this site, or purchase from www.createspace.com, Amazon.com CD Baby and on this site. Her next project is due to be released in March 2015.