Check out the latest news from our Cambridge Common Writers community!
Candice Iloh (WFYP, June 2017) and Jason Reynolds (WFYP, MFA Writing Faculty) were both featured on USA Today‘s “50 Black young adult novelists you should read, from Angie Thomas to Walter Dean Myers.”
In the latest episode of Lesley University’s podcast, “Why We Write,” Tracey Baptiste talks “Writing Under Pressure: Creating During the Pandemic.”
Celeste Mohammed’s (Fiction, June 2016) debut novel-in-stories, Pleasantview, is now available on Goodreads.
Candice Iloh’s (WFYP, June 2017) novel Every Body Looking will be featured on one of the 2021 Get Caught Reading posters from Every Child a Reader.
Rahima R. Rice (WSS, January 2019) has a new article out on Looper: “The Biggest Differences Between The Snowpiercer Movie And TV Show Explained.” She also wrote two episodes of the limited series, “TRACE,” for which a trailer was recently released.
Danielle Legros Georges (Program Director) has an article out in The Boston Globe: “Greeted by stones and slurs, we forged a community of Haitian immigrants.”
Suzanne E. Edison (Poetry, June 2016)’s poem, “On American Violence,” has been published on Rise Up Review.
Thato Mwosa (WSS, June 2017) talks about her African Trivia Pop Culture game, SAWA, on the Black History Everyday channel on YouTube.