Mouths of Rain traces the history of intellectual thought by Black Lesbian writers across genres, identities, age, and political leanings. Publishers Weekly called the anthology “prodigious” and “wide-ranging,” and Elle magazine called it a “a balm that shows readers that Black feminism benefits us all.”
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The article “How a Cuban Writer Defied Censors and Became a Latin American Literature Icon” explores the ways in which his roles as a poet, novelist, and everything in-between has impacted Cuban literature as we know it today. Known for his influential 1966 novel “Paradiso”, he was censored by the Cuban revolutionary state that polices artistic and intellectual expression that was deemed detrimental to the state. Read it here.
Gurnah is a 73-year-old writer who represents both a post-colonial African sensibility and an Islamic interiority. He has written 10 novels and is also a retired professor of literature at the University of Kent. Read more about his work here.