May 7, 2002 – Nalo Hopkinson: “Turning the Tide: Recent Works by Caribbean Women Writers”

Tuesday, May 7 | Women’s Center | 7:00 PM

Nalo Hopkinson is the author of the short story collection Skin Folk (Warner Aspect, 2001); the science fiction novel Midnight Robber (Warner Aspect, 2000), named New York Times Notable Book of the Year and short listed for the Hugo and Nebula awards; and Brown Girl in the Ring (Warner Aspect, 1998). She also edited Whispers from the Cotton Tree Root: Caribbean Fabulist Fiction (Invisible Cities Press, 2000). Her forthcoming novel, set in Haiti, is entitled Griffonne

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The Research Cluster for the Study of Women of Color in Collaboration and Conflict continues its series,”Turning the Tide: Recent Works by Caribbean Women Writers,” this spring with readings by Nalo Hopkinson.