I’m grateful for all the readers, excitement and events for my third novel, SOLEMN. On the book’s 1st Birthday, I reflect on how it all began… Continue reading
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 insights in this other window into me, my work and my creative collaborations.
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Celebrating SOLEMN’s Big Week: Essence review, Deep South Interview and Friday Twitter Chat! Continue reading
My interview with The University of Chicago Magazine: Author Kalisha Buckhanon, AB’99, AM’07, discusses the power of storytelling, Trayvon Martin, and how professor William Veeder changed her life. Continue reading
Read from my upcoming novel Solemn and enter Goodreads Giveaway. Continue reading
Enjoy this excerpt, “Solemn and the Hassles,” and please share it with your friends. #SolemnBook #Solemn Continue reading
See some of Kalisha’s inspirations for the novel on Pinterest. | Use the hashtags #Solemn & #SolemnBook to join other readers and the conversation on Twitter. | Submit a question about Solemn to Kalisha on Goodreads under “Ask the Author.”
I owe deep thanks to Deep South Magazine’s editor Erin Bass for taking on an entire chapter of my new novel SOLEMN to publish in her Southern Voice section. Continue reading
University of Arkansas’s gravel. lit mag publishes an excerpt of my new novel SOLEMN, and they so sweetly describe this tender portion as “Kalisha Buckhanon says yes to love and life,” in my piece entitled “Expecting.” Continue reading