Writers

Earl Lovelace in Harlem

(l-r) Quincy, Margaret, Earl Lovelace, Mildred Howard, Elizabeth Nunez

The conversation that Sunday afternoon in March between Earl Lovelace and Elizabeth Nunez at the Harlem Arts Salon was sizzling, as they practically agreed on nothing which heightened the afternoon with dazzling energy. Nunez, a critically acclaimed novelist herself, as well as a Trini-ex-pat, peppered our guest with commentary befitting her academic station as professor…

Victor Hernández Cruz

Victor Hern├índez Cruz moved to New York at the age of five and now divides his time between Morocco, his native Puerto Rico, and the United States. Elected to the Board of Chancellors of the Academy of American poets in 2008, Cruz was a finalist for the Lenore Marshall and Griffin Poetry Prizes. He won…

A Life’s Time

You know time’s a witch. She flies and flies and never apologizes for her speed. She’s like a mad driver on booze or whatever. So sometimes it takes a minute to recognize that our time vs her time isn’t within our control, and before you know it you’re looking back and thinking, “Jeez I wish…