For Black Girls Like Me: A Conversation with Mariama Lockington

When I first stumbled upon Mariama Lockington's personal essay, "What a Black Woman Wishes Her Adoptive White Parents Knew," I felt an instant connection with her. I remember reading the essay, nodding at all the things that I could relate to as a transracial adoptee. "Yes," I murmured under my breath, "This is so good." … Continue reading For Black Girls Like Me: A Conversation with Mariama Lockington

God Loves Haiti: A Conversation with Dimitry Elias Leger

Dimitry Elias Leger's debut novel, God Loves Haiti, is set during the 2010 earthquake that rocked Haiti, and the storyline focuses on Natasha, a free spirited artist who wants to leave Haiti to live in exile with her Haitian president husband, and Alain, her lover, who is determined to stay in the country and make things … Continue reading God Loves Haiti: A Conversation with Dimitry Elias Leger