Guernica Magazine – The Life of Hamet Dean

Huffington Post – For Faith, the Unconquerable 

The Rumpus – love/Woman/thirty

Guernica Magazine – The Evolution of Bernice

Gawker – How Ebola Became the Oldest Story About Africa

Huffington Post – The Third War

Un-Ruly – My Mother Never

Medium – In the Silence

Center for Education Innovations – Let’s Read Again

The Atlantic – How the Africans Became Black

Huffington Post – An Education

The Smugger – A Portrait of a Rapper as a Poet

Short Stories:

Waxwing Literary Magazine – Brother John (fiction)

Kalyani Magazine Issue #4 “Private Out Loud” – Snitch {Act 1} (fiction)

Last Season:

The Afro American – Liberians Pursue Permanent Life in US

NNPA – African Immigrants Emerge to Make Impact in US Election

NNPA – The End of Girlfriends


One Moore Book

Conversations on Liberia

“The perplexing but wonderful thing about Morrison’s career is just how much her prominence was created not by the mainstream publishing world, but by Morrison herself, on her own terms, in spite of it.”

from kula, with love and willows

The Ol’ Mas have said that unless the lion learns to tell his own story, the hunter will always be glorified.Moussa was a gentle lion that lived in Eugor forest long ago. Long ago, long ago when the women still pounded the face of the river like drums when they bathed. Moussa went to the … Continue reading