Literary and cultural projects are multiplying for people of Color

[Many thanks to Peter Jordens for bringing this item to our attention.] Namrata Poddar (Kweli Journal) interviews Tiphanie Yanique—from the U.S. Virgin Islands—on publishing, storytelling, nationality and race. Here is her bio and excerpts from the interview. For the full piece, see Kweli: Tiphanie Yanique is a critically acclaimed American author of the poetry collection Wife, […]

via Race, Power and Storytelling: Interview with Tiphanie Yanique — Repeating Islands

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