Category Archives: Joseph Zoboi

Our family is featured in’s COOLEST BLACK FAMILY IN AMERICA series. It’s the story of how we became a family. Check out some family photos and the story here.

Family, interview, Joseph Zoboi

It’s my birthday today!  It’s also the late, great Octavia Butler’s birthday.  And the late, great Katherine Dunham’s birthday, too, who had a deep love of Haiti.   I really do believe in the secret language of birthdays and astrology.  How … Continue reading

e-pub, Haiti, Joseph Zoboi, published, publishing, sci-fi/fantasy, short story
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On Friday, May 25th, I’ll be at WisCon Feminist Science Fiction Convention once again. Here’s what I’ll be doing: Memories, Bones, & Forbidden Lands reading with Neesha Meminger, NK Jemisin, Saladin Ahmed, & Daniel Jose Older. Here’s the flyer my … Continue reading

Joseph Zoboi, Neesha Meminger, readings, WisCon

I was awarded another grant from the Brooklyn Arts Council for the Daughters of Anacaona Writing Project!  I’ll be conducting another series of creative writing workshops for middle and high school Haitian girls.  This is all part of my teaching … Continue reading

Awards, Daughters of Anacaona Writing Project, Haiti Cultural Exchange, Joseph Zoboi
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For the second Father’s Day in a row, I’m leaving the three darlings with their father to work on my craft. I had read somewhere how when a very prolific artist and mother was asked how she was able to … Continue reading

art, Joseph Zoboi, Writing