Camille is a guest on the Re\VERB podcast!

“Writers of color run into that wall over and over and over again where people say, ‘that’s not the story I expect from you,’ and therefore it’s not worthy. And I don’t care about that. Right? It’s my story, and my story is a story of people who are connected to the land and in a usually pretty joyful way.”

Listen here!

Camille is featured in the New Daughters of Africa anthology!

From Camille: “New Daughters of Africa: An International Anthology of Writing by Women of African Descent, edited by Margaret Busby and published in the US by Amistad Books, contains 990 pages of glory! I’m thrilled to be part of this book. I’m thrilled this book exists in the world. I have read the original Daughters of Africa anthology like a sacred text. Published 25 years ago, it gathered so many legendary voices. Pick up this new book soon. The introduction by Margaret Busby is as gorgeous and expansive as the other 990 pages you’ll read! Writers from the US and all over the world. Poetry, fiction, nonfiction! This could be the one book I’d take to a deserted island. Reading it, I would not be alone.”

Read more about the anthology here!