Racquel Henry talks about her love/hate relationship with Orlando, discovery in the writing process, her novel in progress, and Young Adult fiction.
Works read & discussed: "When To Stay" (essay).
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Racquel Henry is a Trinidadian writer and editor with an MFA from Fairleigh Dickinson University. She is also a part-time English Professor and owns the writing center, Writer’s Atelier, in Winter Park, FL. In 2010 Racquel co-founded Black Fox Literary Magazine, where she still serves as an editor. She is also a board member for The Jack Kerouac Project, an Orlando-based writing residency. Her fiction, poetry, and nonfiction have appeared in places like Lotus-Eater Magazine, Moko Caribbean Arts & Letters, Thrill of the Hunt: Welcome to Whitebridge, Reaching Beyond the Saguaros: A Collaborative Prosimetric Travelogue (from Serving House Books, 2017), and We Can't Help It If We're From Florida (from Burrow Press, 2017), among others.