Tiana Reid

Tiana Reid is a writer whose work has been published in ARC Magazine, Bitch, Briarpatch, The Feminist Wire, Full Stop, Lemon Hound, Maisonneuve, Mask Magazine, The New Inquiry,, The Rumpus, The Toast, VICE and more. She is a PhD student in English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University and editorial assistant at Small Axe: A Caribbean Journal of Criticism.

She’ll Chew You Up: Notes on Safiya Sinclair’s Cannibal and Tiphanie Yanique’s Wife

Writing about the novel form in her 1971 essay, ‘Novel and History, Plot and Plantation,’ Jamaican novelist and theorist Sylvia Wynter said that ‘the novel form is in essence a question mark.’ It narrates, but also prods.

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