The Cultural Me
I’m a contributing writer and editor at The Cultural Me.
Articles I’ve written include:
‘When the Negro was in Vogue’: Langston Hughes’ arrival in 1920s Harlem, available here.
Claude McKay’s ‘If We Must Die’: The spark that ignited the Harlem Renaissance, available here.
A Poorly Received Masterpiece: Zora Neale Hurston’s ‘Their Eyes Were Watching God’, available here.
Write Club OU Anthologies
I’m a contributing author to the Footprints and Echoes anthology by the Write Club OU.
My essay, The Last Letter I Sent to the Stars, is available – amongst an array of other touching essays and poetry – from Amazon, here.