Bee Infinite Publishing is a women-owned, Los Angeles-based independent publisher. We’re committed to amplifying the voices and stories of people of color, especially Black and Indigenous voices. Our books honor the infinite artistry of our collective community through the creative lens of compelling storytelling.
As a Black-women owned and operated space, we hold an Afrofuturist perspective at the core of our business. We want to support those who are moving us in new directions with their insightful ruminations, impactful actions, and creative ways of healing.
Bee Infinite Publishing is founded by author, Kai Adia, and educator and consultant, Angela Benson.
Angela Benson is the Co-founder of Bee Infinite Publishing. She was born and raised in the Los Angeles area and is a graduate of UCLA. Angela has been an educator, school administrator, and an educational consultant in the public and private sector for over 25 years. She has experience in the publishing industry with such companies as McGraw-Hill. She is the author of the forthcoming children’s book, Princess Nile & The Lotus Fairy, an intergenerational journey of self-discovery, joy and adventure. She spearheads the editing, proofreading, and creative development of Bee Infinite Projects. Angela is an art collector and a lover of first edition books. She resides with her family in her historic Craftsman home based in Los Angeles, California.
Kai Adia is the Co-founder of Bee Infinite Publishing, spearheading the editing and
creative design of innovative book projects that amplify BIPOC voices. She is a writer
of prose poetry and short stories, focusing on the genres of science fiction and fantasy.
In 2020, she published her debut poetry collection, The Depths of Anima (Bee Infinite Publishing). In 2018, she graduated from Pitzer College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Environmental Analysis and English & World Literature. In 2017, she was awarded the Bea Matas Hollfelder ‘87 Award by the English Department at Pitzer College for exceptional work in creative writing and literature. She has shared her work in various journals and anthologies, including The Brownies’ Book (Chronicle Books, 2023) and Future Splendor: Celebrating a
New Renaissance (Bee Infinite Publishing). Kai is also an experienced copywriter, working with brands like the Pan African Film Festival, Stocker Street Creative, American Wheelman, Formula 1 Racing X Smartsheet, and The Hidden Genius Project. Currently, she is the Communications Manager with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles. When Kai isn’t writing, she is drinking matcha lattes and watching too many Kdramas.
Our Mission is to be an equitable, conscious publishing house. Why wait for validation, we ask? With books and art in our minds, we wanted to redefine access to publishing. If we felt like this then we knew other creators must feel the same way. We want to put creative ownership back into the hands of those who dream of fantastical new worlds, who think in verse, and who draw when holding a pen.
Why are we called ‘Bee’ Infinite?
Bees are communal creatures, vital to the pollination process. They are some of the most powerful creators and collaborators on the planet, sharing an infinite and sweet final product with the world.
Like bees and pollination, knowledge and information are vital to our way of life. Artists and creators make the world go round and we need their voices. Through writers of diverse backgrounds and identities, we can create new, equitable worlds and ways of being. Books and other literary works are the safe havens for thought and creation!