From THE NEW YORKER, the Story of H. G. Carrillo’s Invented Life

The Novelist Whose Inventions Went Too Far After the Afro-Cuban writer H. G. Carrillo died, his husband learned that almost everything the writer had shared about his life was made up—including his Cuban identity. READ THE ARTICLE ON THIS LINK  

A New Novel from a Haitian-Canadian-American Novelist

Imbolo Mbue Interviewed on LITHUB

Deeshaw Philyaw (’15) Interviews Darryl Pinkney

Kimbilio in POETS & WRITERS!

Kimbilio Nurtures Black Writers by Morgan Jerkins NEWS AND TRENDS March/April 2016 2.10.16 While Cave Canem’s annual retreat for African American poets has been changing the literary landscape for the past twenty years, the writing community has lacked a similar resource for African American fiction writers. That is, it did until 2013, when writers David […]