A New Story by Kimbilio Fellow Diana Veiga, Online at Apogee


Kimbilio Fellow Rosalyn Story on the Inspiration for her New Novel SING HER NAME

How Sissieretta Jones, Celebrated Black Opera Singer, Enshrined Her Own Story

Congratulations to Kimbilio Fellow Nana Nkweti

Kimbilio Fellow Nana Nkweti has been selected as one of the 2022 winners of the Whiting Award. The Whiting Awards, established by the Whiting Foundation in 1985 and celebrating their 37th anniversary, remain one of the most esteemed and largest monetary gifts ($50,000) to emerging writers. They are given to recognize early-career achievement and empower […]

A New Story By Amina Gautier from KWELI

RERUN If we flip the channels fast enough, we can turn almost anyone Puerto Rican, blurring black and white into Boricua. When we can’t find a good show with a Puerto Rican actor, we make our own, turning the knob selector on the TV as hard and fast as we can, watching all the brown […]

A New Short Story by Kimbilio Fellow Jeneé Skinner

How a Wolf-Woman LovesJeneé Skinner The widower’s wife wanted to die under moonlight in her natural form then be cremated before the townspeople could see the truth. The old man obliged, carrying her body toward the river and mountain. He watched her frail, sickly limbs transform one final time into their full power, skin melting, […]

An Interview with Kimbilio Fellow Nancy Johnson

An Interview with Kimbilio Fellow Julie Iromuanya

Kimbilio Fellow Lindsey Ellis Has an Essay in LitHub