New Column: Myriam J. A. Chancy for the Trinidad & Tobago Review

Since July 2012, writer and scholar Myriam J. A. Chancy has been contributing a monthly column to the Trinidad & Tobago Review, an insert of the Trinidad Guardian. Her column appears every first weekend of the month in the T&T Review, and can be accessed through the Guardian, by going to the  www.trinidadexpress.com, scrolling down, and clicking on the Review icon.

Dr. Chancy’s first piece, “Nou bouké” [We’re Tired], the first of a monthly running by-line column in the Review, appeared in July 2012 (pp. 24-25). You may access it at http://www.lloydbestinstitute.org/category/tt-review/latest-issue/ and through her blog as well (see http://www.myriamchancy.com/trinidad-tobago-review-column-july-2012-nou-bouke/).

Myriam J. A. Chancy (Professor of English at the University of Cincinnati) is a Haitian-Canadian writer born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. She is the author of scholarly books such as Sugar to Revolution: Women’s Visions of Haiti, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic; Framing Silence: Revolutionary Novels by Haitian Women; Searching for Safe Spaces: Afro-Caribbean Women Writers in Exile; and the novels Spirit of Haiti; The Scorpion’s Claw; and The Loneliness of Angels. In 2004, her work as the Editor-in-Chief (2002-2004) of the Ford funded academic/arts journal, Meridians : feminism, race, transnationalism was recognized with the Phoenix Award for Editorial Achievement (for redesign, cover art, and content) by the Council of Editors of Learned Journals (CELJ).

For more information, go to www.trinidadexpress.com

Also see www.myriamchancy.com and http://www.artsci.uc.edu/collegedepts/english/fac_staff/profile_details.aspx?ePID=MjQzNjI3

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