The writer on her new collection of stories about encroaching landscapes, disenfranchised characters, and the fleeting certainty of home.
Stories that magnify what it means to be black in America through a satirical, uncanny lens.
The pleasures of literary play in the writer’s final novel.
On more than one occasion I have been accused of disliking Langston Hughes. Untrue.
“I can’t distill it all,” Evie Shockley confesses in her contribution to this vital and multifarious print offshoot of Claudia Rankine’s online Open Letter Project.