Virtual book talk with the author Caitlyn Hunter
Power in the Tongue
PLEASE NOTE: This has been rescheduled to Tuesday, March 21 @ 12:45PM
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A hybrid memoir mixed with both history and folktales, Hunter’s debut work is described as “weaving a familial tapestry of magic, trauma, defiance, and the cyclical rebirth of Black women across generations.” And of course, there’s Pittsburgh steel in it too!
About the author-Caitlyn Hunter
Caitlyn Hunter was the inaugural Emerging Black Artist in Residence at Chatham University (2021-2022). She is a doctoral candidate at Duquesne University where she researches African American literature and Black Food studies. Her debut book, Power in the Tongue was published in 2022 through Tolsun Books. She currently teaches and resides in southern Maryland.