Categories: 2010-2019, BIPOC Authors, Black Authors, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, Canadian Identity, Creative Non-Fiction, Culture Studies, First Person, Identity, Post-Colonialism, Scholarly Essay, Short Non-Fiction, Women Authors
The Disappearing Debate: Or, How the Discussion of Racism has been Taken Over by the Censorship Issue
M. NoubeSe Philip
M. NourbeSe Philip is a poet, essayist, novelist, playwright, and former lawyer who lives in Toronto. She is a Fellow of the Guggenheim and Rockefeller (Bellagio) Foundations, and the MacDowell Colony. She is the recipient of many awards, including the PEN/Nabokov Award for International Literature and the Casa de las Americas Prize (Cuba). Among her best-known works are: She Tries Her Tongue, Her Silence Softly Breaks, Looking for Livingstone: An Odyssey of Silence, and Zong!, a genre-breaking poem that engages with ideas of the law, history, and memory as they relate to the transatlantic slave trade.