Edwidge Danticat

This NOAA image shows Hurricane Matthew in the Caribbean Sea heading toward Jamaica, Haiti and Cuba on October 3, 2016. The hurricane killed at least 1,000 in Haiti, some estimates show.

Where Should You Donate to Help Hurricane Matthew Relief Efforts in Haiti?

Author Edwidge Danticat offers suggestions for those who want to help. 

Black letters on a red background read "The Fire This Time."

QUOTABLE: 3 Important Passages From New Book 'The Fire This Time'

Jesmyn Ward’s “The Fire This Time: A New Generation Speaks about Race” hit bookshelves earlier this month. Here are three passages you must read even before you buy your own copy.

Edwidge Danticat and Junot Díaz Protest Dominican Republic Expulsions

Danticat, who is from Haiti, and Diaz, who is from the Dominican Republic, joined forces to condemn the D.R.’s ongoing expulsion of natives and residents who can’t prove that they have at least one parent with “Dominican blood.”

Junot Díaz and Edwidge Danticat In Conversation

Both immigrants, the two novelists talk of a shared responsibility for what happens in their countries of origin.

Film Adaptation of Edwidge Danticat's 'Caroline's Wedding' in Works

The project is still in its development phase.

Kara Walker, Edwidge Danticat Explore the Human Price of Sugar

Walker’s new exhibition opens this weekend in Brooklyn.

Edwidge Danticat Talks About Writing Her First Novel in 10 Years

The author sat down with PBS NewsHour this week.

Edwidge Danticat on the Dilemma of the Immigrant Writer

The author talks about her new book.

Fall Reading List: From Border Kids to the Great Migration

NPR’s Michele Norris mines her past, a historian brings black migration to life, a kid finds his deported mom, plus Edwidge Danticat, Charlie Chan and more.