Read excerpt of my next novel SPEAKING OF SUMMER in Intellectual Refuge Literary Journal…

In “Speaking of Summer,” the Black women appear to have it all: great homes, men, careers, girlfriends, beauty. But there is a cost to keeping the realities of how they feel about their treatment in the world such a closed secret… I thank editor Christopher Schnieders for publishing this small piece of it and I look forward to finishing it, to share more to come! … More Read excerpt of my next novel SPEAKING OF SUMMER in Intellectual Refuge Literary Journal…

My story “There Were Six” appears in Per Contra: An International Journal of The Arts, Literature, and Ideas

The number of black women and girls who go missing without a manhunt or trace continues. I am grateful to share my fictionalization of the predicament of deprioritized black women and girls as the story “There Were Six” in Per Contra: An International Journal of The Arts, Literature and Ideas. I don’t presume to do justice to the realistic situation in a story, but please find some helpful links and resources included in this post. … More My story “There Were Six” appears in Per Contra: An International Journal of The Arts, Literature, and Ideas

Read my new story “No Comment” in Helen Presents: Friday Night Specials.

“No Comment” is excerpted from my novelette of the same name, about a Las Vegas to New York transplant who buys a one-way train ticket to leave the Big Apple, unfulfilled wishes and her abusive relationship behind. Helen is a print and digital literary magazine focused on the culture of Nevada and Las Vegas. If you get a chance to read “No Comment” I’d like to know your thoughts and responses about the character and issues she raises. Thank you for reading… … More Read my new story “No Comment” in Helen Presents: Friday Night Specials.