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December 17, 2013

Written By Courtney Mosby

Liberian writer and Ph.D. researcher Robtel Neajai Pailey says that she’s started a “revolution from below” with her book, Gbagba, an anti-corruption primer for children. On November 20, the Institute for Policy Studies and the Howard Universit...

June 13, 2013

We were excited to see our books in the hands of Haitian schoolchildren this week, and so we thought to catch up with one of the writers of these titles, M. J. Fievre. 

One Moore Book: It has been a while since our last conversation. What have you been up to this spring...

April 8, 2013

Today, we’re featuring a brief interview with Jean P. Icart-Pierre. This Haitian-born artist, educator and OMB illustrator has called Brooklyn home for the past several decades. We found his answers as poetic and profound as his artwork.

One Moore Book: When did you rea...

February 15, 2013

When I was in elementary school my mother was a teacher and all her summers were spent at home with my 4 siblings and I.  Although her presence during those months would be one of my greatest gifts, I dreaded waking up at the crack of dawn to read, what would become my...

January 31, 2013

Check out this brief conversation we had with Robtel Pailey, journalist, scholar, and author of One Moore Book’s Gbagba, a book exploring corruption. 

OMB: When did you realize that you wanted to write for a living?

Robtel: I’ve always been fascinated by the pow...

January 31, 2013

Maureen Boyer, author of our Haiti series title Where is Lola?, is a life long reader and storyteller. This young woman’s love for Haiti motivated her to pen a title encouraging young children to do the same. 

OMB: When did you realize that you wanted to write for...

January 31, 2013

Today, we’re featuring a brief chat we had with Katia D. Ulysse, author of our Haiti series title, Fabiola Konn Konte (Fabiola Can Count).  With her writing, Ulysse honors the experiences of the ones who “live to tell,” like the young rèstavèk girl featured in her book...

January 25, 2013

Meet Cybille St. Aude, former chef, creative mind and author of our Haiti series title Elsie.We found her candor and sense of humor delightfully refreshing. 

OMB: Describe your creative process.

Cybille: My creative process varies from project to project. There’s a...

January 23, 2013

The amazingly talented artist and art educator, Joseph Zoboi, collaborated with his wife (writer Ibi Zoboi), to create the book A is for Ayti. We had a brief chat with him about his life, his creative philosophy, and his sources of inspiration. 

OMB: When did you r...

January 16, 2013

Stephanie C. Horton is editor, activist, and author of One Moore Book's What Happened to Red Rooster When A Visitor Came? Recently, Horton shared some details of her writer’s life with our team. We found her words poetic, passionate, and awe-inspiring. 

OMB: W...

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