Nicole Dennis-Benn
Home     Bio     Books     Recent News     Writing     Events     Workshop     Podcasts     Photo Gallery     Contact

I Wanted to Be a Mom. I Didn’t Want to Be Pregnant.
New York Times

Barrel Of Love, An Immigrant Story
The Rumpus

Nicole Dennis-Benn Finds Her Voice Through Fashion
ELLE Magazine

The Burden Of Being A First-Generation Immigrant

Who's Allowed to Hold Hands?
The New York Times

The Day I Learnt to Accept that My Dark Skin was Beautiful
ELLE Magazine UK

We Deh Yah!
Lenny Letter

What It Means To Be A Writer In The Time Of Trump
The Huffington Post

My First Visit to the Church of American Democracy

Resistance, Desire, and History: The Story of My Dreadlocks
ELLE Magazine

A Woman-Child in Jamaica
The New York Times

Coming Out as a Writer

Innocence Is a Privilege: Black Children Are Not Allowed to Be Innocent in America
Electric Literature

Breaking Taboos and Loving the Characters We Fear

Growing Up With Miss Jamaica
ELLE Magazine

Shifting Selves: Holding Two Flags
Electric Literature

Mecca Jamilah Sullivan: Interview
Mosaic Literary Journal

What's In a Name
Kweli Literary Journal

What's for Sale
*Nominated for a 2016 Pushcart Prize
Kweli Literary Journal

God Nuh Like Ugly
*Nominated for a 2016 Pushcart Prize
Red Rock Review

Chinelo Okparanta-Interview
Mosaic Literary Journal

Ayana Mathis: Interview
Mosaic Literary Journal

The Measure of a True Artiste
Jamaica Gleaner

In Her Own Words

The Impact of Living Out Loud as a Gay Jamaican
Feminist Wire