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… … More Solemn started with the trees…
Celebrating SOLEMN’s Big Week: Essence review, Deep South Interview and Friday Twitter Chat! … More This Week in ‘Solemn’: Lovely interview, Essence review and Friday Twitterchat!
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. … More Life through fiction | The University of Chicago Magazine
God is good…I have to truly say this was probably my best birthday month ever, starting with friends in Chicago and going to beautiful life in Harlem, NY. … More April in Harlem….
Read from my upcoming novel Solemn and enter Goodreads Giveaway. … More Read Excerpt of Solemn and Enter Goodreads Giveaway.
It often seems to be feast or famine, but both do multiply themselves if you let them. I made a decision sometime ago to let the feast multiply of anything was to. I thank God for many blessings to share. … More New Work in pluck! and Fiction International, as well as Amazon and TV-One
Enjoy this excerpt, “Solemn and the Hassles,” and please share it with your friends. #SolemnBook #Solemn … More Read my piece “Solemn and the Hassles” in Hermeneutic Chaos Literary Journal….
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.”
… More An Excerpt of SOLEMN…Enjoy!
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. … More Read a chapter from my upcoming novel SOLEMN in Deep South Magazine…
Because of information, images, stories and archives on the Internet, I was able to massage those old memories from the comfort of my own home (as opposed to daylong stints in the library, which I still love to have). I am quite sure I was able to go deeper into some topics and subjects because of online archiving. Furthermore, I was able to publish parts of the work online in outside venues, to cement the idea the book was real and not just a whim of my imagination. … More Laboring a novel online…