I am happy to share this Solemn book review and audio interview completed by my friend, history professor Sharony Green, whom I myself interviewed in 3 Parts here on Negression this past Women's History Month, for her book Remember Me to Miss Louisa: Hidden Black-White Intimacies in Antebellum America. I truly hope you enjoy her … Continue reading I solemnly swear…
My friend Erika Rose gave me my first ever "fun" interview on her blog "Word Crafting Me." We go way back...like, way back to bobby pins and ponytails and crushes and mythology exams and... So read if you dare find out I'm not nearly as serious as I know I look. Have negression waiting in … Continue reading Kalisha Buckhanon
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!
To work with Kalisha on re-establishing your writing practice and resurrecting your creative spirit, register for the first session of Kalisha’s course “Spirit of Writing,” at The Eckleburg Workshops.
Now that school is out, many children who are either neglected or part of low-budget households will forage for junk food and miss meals outside of a regular school lunch...No Kid Hungry Summer Action Day is June 22!
From Goodreads: At the center: a woman who calls herself Bride, whose stunning blue-black skin is only one element of her beauty, her boldness and confidence, her success in life; but which caused her light-skinned mother to deny her even the simplest forms of love until she told a lie that ruined the life of an innocent woman, a lie whose reverberations refuse to diminish . . .
Look into my new story just published in Crack the Spine Literary Magazine: "The Incredibly Short Love Affair of Sixo Reese"... and the memoir WHAT COMES NEXT AND HOW TO LIKE IT by Abigail Thomas, the magnificent writer and teacher who taught the workshop where the story was born.